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Mobility

Phoenix rises from Fuller's ashes

June 22, 2012Elizabeth Deprey

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - When Fuller Rehab went bankrupt in 2011, James Rogers felt the company left its employees, patients and vendors in the lurch.That didn't sit right with Rogers, owner of Chattanooga, Tenn.-based PPS Orthotic and Prosthetic. He felt a connection with the employees and patients in Ringgold, Ga., a city his family helped found and where Fuller Rehab was based."I wanted to be a white knight and save those jobs and save those patients," said Rogers.So Rogers bought Fuller Rehab's key...

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What put an end to Fuller Rehab?

February 4, 2011Liz Beaulieu, Editor

Ringgold, Ga.-based Fuller Rehab has closed its doors and a bank has seized its assets, according to a story published today in the Chattanooga Times Free Press. Here are the details, according to the newspaper: Fuller Rehab was in business for 21 years. It had seven locations in four states and employed 82. It announced to employees last Friday (Jan. 28) that it would be closing that day. It secured jobs for 50 of its 82 employees with a consulting company that it had hired. The last paychecks...

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Mobility

Fuller targets complex rehab

June 22, 2010Liz Beaulieu, Editor

RINGGOLD, Ga. - Scott Higley, who helped The Scooter Store launch its complex rehab division, is now helping Fuller Rehabilitation increase its presence in that market. Higley has joined Fuller Rehab as senior vice president of market and business development, with an eye toward growing the provider's product mix beyond standard power wheelchairs. "Scott has a lot of experience," said Carter Fuller, president and CEO. "Complex rehab is an important segment and we need to align our company to meet...

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