Dr. Kentner Graduated from Temple University's School of Podiatric Medicine in 2001, and completed his residency in surgery and biomechanics at Warminster Hospital.
Upon completion of his residency, Dr practiced in the Philadelphia area with offices in Roxborough and Northeast Philadelphia.
During his years in practice, Dr Kentner saw the use of orthotics help prevent patients from surgery, and assisted patients after. Unfortunately, the current options for orthotics were antiquated, relying on plaster casts and outdated manufacturing.
Looking for a modern, reliable, reproducible method to make orthotics led Dr. Kentner to computer scanning and 3D printing.
Dr. Kentner started consulting with Resa, and joined the company full time, closing his practice.
After 4 years, with periods of extended travel to conduct research in Singapore at SUTD and NTU universities, Dr Kentner is back in Philadelphia.
This new office in South Philadelphia's Bok building will act to showcase 3D printed orthotics to Philadelphia, and function as a work shop to further develop new technologies.
As medical director for Resa, my duties often require some travel. I will be out of the office for an extended period starting the 28th of September..
The office will be open for scanning appointments only, the design and printing will be done by myself off site, and then mailed to you!