Meet our team.

We take great pride in our team, in the care we deliver and how we truly care for our patients' needs in our welcoming and state-of-the-art facility. Helping our patients through their challenges and seeing them live active, fulfilling lives is both a gift and an incredibly 

rewarding experience. Learn more about what our team does and our backgrounds below.

John-Paul Donovan, CPO, CEO and Owner

ABC Board Certified Prosthetist-Orthotist and CEO of AtlanticProCare. He founded AtlanticProCare 27 years ago and has practiced here in Portland for over 30 years. JP received his degree from the University of Texas-Southwestern Medical Center and completed residencies at NOPCO at Boston Children's Hospital and in Portsmouth, NH. He has served as the chairman of the CAD-CAM Society of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists and has lectured at the University of New England, Doctorate of Physical Therapy program for years. Through caring for patients day to day as well as managing the growth of the practice, he has helped many patients build lifelong relationships with the care team at AtlanticProCare.

Kyle Miller, CPO, Certified Prosthetist-Orthotist 

Inspired by experiences and influences from his early life in Connecticut, Kyle knew what he wanted to do – help people relieve their pain, improve their mobility and enhance their overall quality of life. He's a passionate believer that prosthetics and orthotics deserves more recognition for the role it plays in patients' lives, and he feels a responsibility to improve people’s safety, confidence, and mobility and to advocate for the profession at the local and national levels.  

Braylan Wenzel, MSPO, CPO, Certified Prosthetist-Orthotist 

Braylan comes to us with 4 years of professional P&O experience, including direct patient care, prosthetic/orthotic design and fabrication and research. Originally planning to be a special ed teacher, Braylan discovered early on that she was more passionate about hands-on design solutions and patient treatment. Those two interests led her to her career as a Prosthetist-Orthotist. To her, it's more than a job, it's an opportunity to change people's lives, and her enthusiasm for it shows in every patient visit.  

David Ciampa, Care Coordinator

David came to us in 2019 well practiced at putting his naturally outgoing personality to good use as an Ed. Tech. Here, as a Care Coordinator, those strengths are further on display as he serves as the face of APC while performing clinical and patient relationship roles that provide great value to the patients we care for.