Enable Me welcomes Army veteran John Estorga, recent USF graduate Abigail Cranston to its customer service team

Enable Me Hires New Team

TAMPA, Fla. — Enable Me, a Tampa-based provider of technologically-advanced and user-friendly movement therapy devices, is growing again. Enable Me welcomes John Estorga and Abigail Cranston to its customer service team. Estorga, an Army veteran, brings more than 14 years of experience in multi-intelligence environments in time-sensitive report writing, briefing, training, quality assurance and customer service.

He has served as the noncommissioned officer in charge of an unmanned aerial vehicle exploitation team in a forward deployed Army intelligence operations battalion where he successfully assembled and maintained unit movement plans and documentation. He also readied the unit for movement, created the unit’s equipment list and supervised the forward deployment of the unit. Before joining Enable Me, Estorga was a grocery team leader at Publix Supermarket in Tampa, where he oversaw the daily operation, morale and welfare of a seven-person grocery stock team. He has also served as a security training manager for G4S in Sterling, Va., and a full motion video analyst for Vykin Corp. in McLean, Va.

Cranston is a 2018 graduate of the University of South Florida (USF) with a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences, focusing on Biological Sciences and Social/Behavioral Sciences. She is certified as an EKG technician and as a home health aide, and in phlebotomy and CPR. She has volunteer experience for P.C.A.T. Ministries that enhanced her leadership skills, required her to multi-task and work with colleagues to complete administrative duties. Cranston also volunteered for University Area CDC’s Block-by-Block program, a 10-week schedule in which volunteers work one-on-one with families to identify their needs and connect them to resources and items of assistance.


Enable Me is the largest provider of products from German manufacturer RECK-Technik GmbH & Co. KG in the United States. Its mission is to improve the quality of life by providing user-friendly and motor-assisted movement therapy devices designed to restore natural body movement in people suffering from neuromuscular injury or disease. Its products benefit healthcare facilities by offering high-quality, dependable, computer-controlled therapy devices that hasten recovery and offer staff safety and financial advantages.

With Enable Me’s products, caregivers and end users have the confidence that they are applying the most modern movement therapy processes that can hasten return to mobility for loved ones and patients in wheelchairs. For more information, please visit https://EnableMe.com/.

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