Susan Ewers Spaulding, M.S., C.P.O., is a certified prosthetist and orthotist. Spaulding is also a UW teaching associate with the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine where she teaches Upper Limb Prosthetics, Prosthetic and Orthotic Skills and Professional and Practice Issues. And she co-teaches Outcome Measures for the Prosthetic and Orthotic Clinic and coordination of the Engineering Concepts Course.
Spaulding's clinical interests include pediatric orthotic treatment and upper limb prosthetic treatment of both adults and children. And her research interests include motion analysis, gait analysis and validity of measures related to orthotics and prosthetics.
She believes the best way to serve her patients is to listen to them, learn their needs and help them understand the rehabilitation treatment plan.