We're thrilled to announce that Orthotic Prosthetic Center (OPC), a long-time leader in prosthetic care throughout Northern Virginia, has merged with MCOP. However, even though their name will be changing, OPC will still operate in the exact same manner it always has, providing the highest level of quality care to clients throughout Virginia.Learn More

A Team of Leading Prosthetists and Orthotists

Meet MCOP's prosthetics and orthotics specialists

Ben Koch

Prosthetist with expertise in upper extremity prostheses

Ben achieved his Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Health Services from Saint Joseph’s University where he was awarded an academic and track scholarship.

Following graduation, Ben started working as a PT assistant in a local rehabilitation hospital where his interest in prosthetics began. In 2005 he transitioned to the field of O & P as a technician at the OPC office in Fairfax until his decision to return to school to become a clinician in 2006. After graduating from Cal State Dominquez Hills, Ben returned to the area to complete his residency and became a certified prosthetist in 2007.

Ben covers the Northern Virginia area as a tenured ABC-certified prosthetist. He provides exceptional care for lower limb amputees and is an expert in upper extremity prosthetics with a passion for integrating the available technologies to each individual’s unique goals and lifestyle. As an NCAA Div. 1 track athlete, Ben is particularly tuned in to helping his patients regain their mobility.

Outside of the office, Ben holds a strong belief in the value of educating current students on the field of O & P. Ben has lectured introductory courses in both Loudoun and Fairfax County school districts, as well as helping to develop the O & P portion of Shenandoah University’s Physcial Therapy Program.

Ben Koch posing with his chickens

Ben currently resides in Loudoun County with his wife, 2 dogs, and 4 cats. Together, they own what was originally an old dairy farm and have been converting it to a horse farm. When he is not rehabilitating the old buildings on the property, Ben can be found raising chickens, riding horses, walking dogs and running on the back country roads.

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