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

Brittany Mott

Prosthetist- Orthotist serving amputees in Annapolis, MD

Brittany Mott has always had a passion for empowering mobility. In college at Penn State, Brittany chose to pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology with a Movement Science option. During her college years, Brittany interned during the summers at a military hospital, where she began working in 2011. After college, Brittany entered the Masters in Prosthetics and Orthotics program at Northwestern University. She joined MCOP as a Prosthetic Resident in April of 2015 after completing the coursework component of the MSPO degree.

After completing her Residency Program and Obtaining her ABC certifications in both orthotics and prosthetics, Brittany soon became a key member in MCOP’s clinical staff. Having worked in all locations – she has been able to apply her skills and knowledge to help treat a variety of complex cases in the DMV area. It wasn’t long before she was approached to run her own office.

Today, Brittany is a prosthetist-orthotist based out of MCOP’s Annapolis location. While Brittany serves all types of amputees, her specialty is in applying her background in movement science to improve gait dynamics and mobility for her patients. She is very proficient in finding recently developed solutions to aid her patients in achieving not only their therapeutic goals but life goals as well.

Outside of work, Brittany is an avid horseback rider. Having a long history of competing in shows and competitions. She also enjoys working out and leading an active a lifestyle as possible. Brittany also likes to give back. She supports the Range of Motion Project, a non-profit that serves the prosthetic needs of impoverished communities in Ecuador and Guatemala.

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