At the OIM in Slovenia, he performs engineering examinations of the feet and gait measurements and specializes in the field of custom made orthopedic insoles. He deals with the most difficult pathologies, top athletes, and children.
He graduated from medical high school in Maribor. After high school, he enrolled at the Faculty of Health Sciences, majoring in orthotics and prosthetics, where he successfully completed his studies with honors in 2010 and obtained the professional title of graduate engineer of orthotics and prosthetics (C.P.O.).
During his work abroad, he received additional professional training at various international conferences and trade fairs and congresses, and actively participated in professional conferences within the International Society for Orthotics and Prosthetics (ISPO) and the International Association for Orthopaedic Shoe Technicians (IVO).
He also worked in Austria, where he finally specialized in the field of custom orthopedic insoles. He focused on foot orthotics and in this area in 2014 he founded the company OIM orthopedic engineering, focused on foot orthotics (shoes, insoles, splints), which shows stable professional and business growth. The company is based on three pillars: diagnostics, production and research and development.
Dejan Tašner works a lot with patients and in production and is also active in research and development. It thus complements its scientific and professional work, which has also shown international repercussions in the field of foot orthotics. He is an expert associate of two Slovenian faculties.
In Slovenia, with international professional standards, he is breaking new ground in the field of foot orthotics and entering the professional research field, which is very important for the further development of the profession in Slovenia and in the international environment.
He is a member of the board of directors of the professional association ISPO Slovenia.
He is a member of the board of directors of IVO, which is the global umbrella organization for the field of foot orthotics at the global level, uniting the national federations of most countries in this field. He was elected to the committee as the youngest member of the committee and the first from Eastern and Southern Europe.