Andrew D. Lambert, CPO, LPO

Andy was born and raised in Silverdale, Washington. He graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Orthotics & Prosthetics in 1996. While working for Northwest Prosthetics & Orthotics, he gained valuable trauma experience at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. He was a co-owner and managed the Tacoma, WA clinic for several years.

In 2004, Andy’s company was purchased by Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics. He jumped at the chance to open a new clinic in his wife’s hometown–Richland, WA.

Andy’s desire to get back to a locally-owned company led him to move to Yakima in 2012. He loves the Eastern Washington sunshine and spending time outdoors. He is married with three children.

Andy specializes in custom prosthetics and loves to keep up on the latest technology. He enjoys patient care and strives to provide the best service.

Tamara L. Carswell, CPO, LPO

Tammy graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics in 1987. She completed her internship and continued working in San Diego for 3 years before returning to the Northwest and working in the Seattle/Tacoma area. Having grown up in the Tri-cities, she and her family decided to return in 1996, where she worked locally in Orthotics and Prosthetics for nearly 5 years before becoming the Office Manager at Tri-Cities Orthotics & Prosthetics Center in 2000.

Tammy has been a longtime member of AAOP and served as Northwest Chapter AAOP President during 2002 – 2004. She has over 30 years of experience in all areas of her profession and has been traveling to Pendleton for over 20 years taking part in the Children’s Developmental Rehab Clinic at the Umatilla Morrow ESD monthly. Pediatrics is one of her areas of specialty and she feels working closely with therapists and physicians provides the highest quality orthotic and prosthetic care.

Tammy is married with one daughter and enjoys volleyball, biking, hiking and nature as much as possible

Larry Jensen, CPO, LPO

Larry graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in Orthotics & Prosthetics in 1988. Completing his residency at Newington Children’s Hospital in Connecticut he continued to work on the East Coast until 2002 when he returned to his hometown of Yakima and began working for Yakima Orthotics & Prosthetics. While Larry has vast experience in all areas, he has extensive knowledge of lower extremity Prosthetics.

Chris Becker, CPO, LPO

Chris is a native Washingtonian and graduated from Eastern Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science in 2006. He earned his Prosthetics and Orthotics Certificates from the Newington Certificate Program in Connecticut. After graduating, Chris returned to Washington and completed his residency with Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics in Bremerton.  In 2008, Chris joined Yakima Orthotics & Prosthetics Center.

Chris works with both upper and lower extremity amputees, as well as all areas of orthotics.  He enjoys working with cutting edge technology in the field.  He values educating and working closely with patients, therapists and physicians to ensure the highest quality orthotic and prosthetic care.

Chris has a home in the Yakima area with his wife and 3 children. He loves playing a variety of sports and manages a city league softball team. Chris and his wife are actively involved in their church and enjoy serving the community.

Enoch C. Heileson, CPO, LPO

Enoch is originally from eastern Idaho and received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in Provo in 2000.  After working at the Idaho National Laboratory west of Idaho Falls for several years, he decided to make a career change to prosthetics and orthotics, partly inspired by one of his son’s use of custom ankle braces. He and his family moved to Dallas, Texas, where Enoch attended the University of Texas Southwestern, graduating with a Masters in Prosthetics and Orthotics in 2014. He then completed a two-year residency at the Dallas VA Medical Center, where he gained valuable experience working with patients having a wide range of prosthetic and orthotic needs.

In January 2017, Enoch returned to the Northwest when he joined Tri-Cities Orthotics & Prosthetics. His wife and four children now call the Tri-Cities their home. Enoch enjoys working with patients from all age groups and he enjoys the inherent challenges and creativeness that is often required to find effective prosthetic and orthotic solutions for those patients.