HOUSTON, May 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pediatric Prosthetics Inc. , the national provider of specialized pediatric prosthetics for upper and lower limbs, announced that effective at the open of the market today, the Company has commenced trading on the OTC Bulletin Board. The Company's trading symbol remains PDPR. President Linda Putback-Bean and VP of Operations Kenneth Bean, would like to personally thank all shareholders for their support throughout the listing process and hope they will join them in celebrating this key milestone.
Mr. Bean said, "A move to the OTC Bulletin Board is an important part of our strategy to increase liquidity and transparency for our stock. For those who have been with us from the beginning, we appreciate you and reiterate that we expect great things to come as a result of our new status as a fully reporting company. We look forward to welcoming new investors into the fold, as we increase our reach to retail and institutional investors."
About Pediatric Prosthetics Inc.
Pediatric Prosthetics Inc. is the national provider of specialized pediatric prosthetics for both upper and lower limbs. The Company's CEO Linda Putback-Bean pioneered fitting state-of-the-art myoelectric upper extremity prostheses for the pediatric niche market. In the absence of a hand or arm, a child's brain still continues sending signals to grasp or open the hand in the residual limb. Myoelectric sensors can read those signals through the skin, (requiring no surgery), and with a computer chip can magnify those signals many fold to actuate a tiny powerful motor to accomplish tasks with the life- like hand. In 2003, Ms. Putback-Bean founded Pediatric Prosthetics to create a comprehensive organization that connects parents and their children with a limb loss, to expert pediatric prosthetic fitting, rehabilitation, and life- long care. As a result, Pediatric Prosthetics hopes to increase the quality of life for patients and their families nationwide. For more information, visit http://www.kidscanplay.com.
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CONTACT: At Pediatric Prosthetics Inc., Kenneth Bean, +1-866-582-0966,firstname.lastname@example.org; or At OTC Financial Network, Geoffrey Eiten,+1-781-444- 6100, ext. 613, email@example.com; Rick McCaffrey,+1-781-444-6100 ext. 625, firstname.lastname@example.org