Meet the Team
With 25 years’ product design experience, and a true flair for design, Jeff is an expert in creating innovative solutions for enhanced comfort, better anatomical fit, and improved function in spine, wrist, ankle and knee orthopedic bracing products. Jeff has designed innovative products for Bissell Healthcare (Sammons Preston), Lenox Hill, Biomet EBI, Allard USA and many others. Jeff co-founded Wellgate Products, the first orthopedic bracing line for women.
As Chief Creative Officer, Jeff continually challenges the Bullseye Brace team to strive for quantum leaps in our creative thinking and vision. He has the unique and valuable ability to both ‘think big’ and arrive at real and effective solutions. Jeff’s practical experience in design for manufacture, vendor sourcing & relationships, logistics, FDA regulatory requirements, patents, and management are invaluable assets for HMEi and our clients.
Jeff’s executive responsibilities include managing design engineering, regulatory, and manufacturing people and processes as well as overall strategy for Bullseye.
Kirk Turner, OTR, CHT
Kirk Turner OTR, CHT graduated in 1994 with a BS in Occupational Therapy from the University of Tennessee. After graduation, he completed a hand internship at Vanderbilt University, followed by employment as a hand therapist at Johns Hopkins University Hospital. Kirk is currently the Director of Hand Therapy at Lakeshore Bone and Joint Institute in Chesterton, Indiana and lectures internationally on upper extremity topics.
Amy Turner, MHPE, OTR, CHT
Amy Turner MHPE, OTR, CHT graduated in 1994 with her BS in OT from the University of Tennessee, Memphis. After graduation, she worked in Washington D.C. and Bethesda, Maryland for the National Rehabilitation Hospital, developing a hand therapy program while working closely with local hand surgeons. Following her passion for hand therapy, Amy moved to Indiana to join the prestigious, Indiana Hand Center in Indianapolis. During her time at The Indiana Hand Center, she was fortunate enough to lecture at Hand Care and was a contributing author for The Diagnosis and Treatment Manual for Physicians and Therapists. Throughout her twenty-two-year career, Amy has lectured extensively throughout the U.S. and Guatemala on various topics including wrist pathology, functional casting, sensory testing, shoulder dysfunction, and treatment of the stiff hand. Amy received her Masters in Health Professions Education from the University of Illinois, Chicago in 2007. Since then she has devoted much of her time to serving the people of Guatemala through her work with the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation (GHHF). She has presented numerous times at the International Conference and Workshops provided by GHHF in collaboration with The American Association for Hand Surgery and The Hand Surgery Endowment. Amy continues to work full-time for Lakeshore Bone and Joint Institute as a supervising hand therapist in Portage, Indiana