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A Timeline of RGP
Joseph Guth establishes RGP-- founded on uncompromising patient care.
RGP legacy of innovation continues as one of the first prosthetic centers to use fiberglass.
Thomas Guth Sr. joins the RGP team and under his leadership the center becomes the West’s largest, independent prosthetic facility.
RGP pioneers the use of flexible thermoplastic material to reduce prosthesis weight and maximize comfort.
Thomas Guth Sr. co-developed the CAT-CAM Ischial Containment suction socket in which revolutionized the quality of life for above knee amputees.
RGP among first to use the BioSculptor computer aided design to secure the most accurate fitting between the prosthesis and patient.
RGP sponsors Blade Across America from San Diego to Washington D.C.
RGP staff teams up with Challenged Athlete Foundation (CAF) to support CAF mission.
RGP begins its continued advocacy of HR 805, the injured and amputee Veterans Bill of Rights.
RGP introduces FIT: Functionally Inspired Technology to provide the best-in-class process for marrying prosthesis and patient.