We serve amputees and those who want to maximize their physical potential.
At Tierney Orthotics and Prosthetics, we are a progressive orthotic and prosthetic clinic that serves amputees and those with physical limitations who want to minimize complications and maximize their physical potential. Our range of services includes orthotics, compression, diabetic footwear, mastectomy prosthetics and specialized prosthetic fittings.
You may have heard of us thanks to our work with local hospitals or our commitment to always putting our patients first. We serve patients throughout the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area, including Kernersville, North Wilkesboro, Lexington, and Greensboro, and help all patients who want the best care possible, as well as burn victims and those who want the stabilizing and corrective effects of custom orthotics.
With three certified staff members, our clinic is run by Winston-Salem natives who want to make a real difference in the lives of their patients. Since 2014, we have made a name for ourselves in the area as the place to go not only for custom-made compression, but also for prosthetics and orthotics designed to maximize physical potential and make daily living easier.
Every patient receives a customized care plan designed to meet his or her specific needs and clinical care that consistently exceeds expectations. After developing a plan for your current needs, we will introduce you to products of exceptional quality designed to help you move forward.
Let your treating physician or therapist know you want to come to Tierney Orthotics and Prosthetics to receive the compassionate, individualized orthotic and prosthetic care you deserve.
Meet Our Staff
A Winston Salem native, Cynthia Tierney started working in healthcare in 1991 with an administrative position for The Custom Source, Inc, a family owned orthotics and prosthetics company. With a background in computers, Tierney found ways to automate patient billing and streamline the ordering process. She became proficient as a billing specialist and worked in claims for five years. “Once I realized I would rather work directly with a patient than with an insurance company, I set my sights on becoming a Certified Orthotist,” says Tierney when asked about why she became an Orthotist. As a certified practitioner, she has found her greatest professional joy – helping people by creating and providing custom orthotic and prosthetic devices, designed especially for the patient’s individual need. In 2015, she decided to continue her career in O&P by opening Tierney Orthotics and Prosthetics Inc.
D’Neil has been in the field of Prosthetics and Orthotics for 25+ years and has been an American Board Certified Orthotic fitter for 15 years. He was introduced to the field of Prosthetics and Orthotics in 1991 while working in Kenner, Louisiana. During this time, he worked mainly in the hospital setting and specialized in continuous passive motion devices for ACL injuries and knee replacements. He was also involved in athletic bracing for the New Orleans Saints. From 1993-2004 he was a contract provider in the LSU health system and was the orthotic provider for Charity Hospital in New Orleans. From 2004-2008 he worked in Duke Health System in Raleigh, NC continuing to provide bracing in the hospital setting. During this time, he was involved with orthotic care with the Carolina Hurricanes in 2006. D’Neil joined Tierney Orthotics and Prosthetics in 2017. He is a Novant Health Practitioner Support staff and attends to the needs of most hospital fittings. He is complimented in his care for others and dedication to optimal treatment outcomes for all patients.
Emily was introduced to the field of Prosthetics and Orthotics during a biomechanics course at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She became intrigued in the process of neurotransmission to robotic components to aid in activities of daily living for cerebrovascular accident patients. After this, Emily graduated with her Bachelorette degree in Health and Human Sciences with a major in Kinesiology and a concentration in Sports Medicine from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in May, 2013. She continued her education and received her Masters degree with honors from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Orthotics and Prosthetics center in March, 2016. She received two of four educational honor awards in her Graduate program at Northwestern University. Emily completed her first residency specializing in pediatric Orthotics in Norfolk, VA in 2017. She completed her second residency in Prosthetics at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda MD in 2018. Emily is an American Board Certified Prosthetist and Orthotist. Emily enjoys giving back to the community by volunteering in the field of Orthotics and Prosthetics. She has joined mission trips with Range of Motion Project and volunteered as a certified prosthetist orthotist to provide prosthetic services to populations in Ecuador and Guatemala.