Custom Prosthetics Solutions

We want you to achieve your goals. To that end, we will only give you the highest standards of personalized care and prosthetics. We will gladly answer any question you might have whether you are a new patient or in need of a replacement limb.

Adult Upper Limb Prosthetics

World-class expertise and experience are at the heart of our upper limb specialty. We know choosing a prosthetist is an important decision. The right specialist can give you a new arm, hand, or finger that can change your life for the better.
Getting your new limb as soon as possible lets you get back to work and your life faster than delaying it. You should interview potential providers as soon as possible before and after your surgery. While your hospital or doctor may recommend a particular prosthetic company, you always have a choice of provider.

Adult Lower Limb Prosthetics

Nothing changes your life like losing a leg. Thus, you want to get the latest technology available so you can walk again. This is also why we go out of our way to design your prosthetic leg with the most advanced, state-of-the-art components from the best manufacturers in the industry. We will even custom your new leg to your needs so you can achieve your goals of independence as quickly as possible.
Our lower limb solutions include Above-Knee Limb, Below-Knee Limb, Hip and Ankle Prosthetic Feet and Partial Foot Prosthetics.

Body-Powered Prostheses

If you need heavy-duty functionality, you can choose body-powered limbs. While not as technologically advanced as myoelectric, these protheses are the more durable and simpler option. They are also less expensive, making them the more popular artificial arms. Suction or straps hold them in place while a cable and harness system control their movement through exaggerated body movements. They do grow uncomfortable over time and need occasional adjustments.

Above-Elbow, Shoulder, and Bilateral Prostheses

You need an experienced upper limb prosthetist if you need a prothesis that goes above the elbow. Shoulder and other above-elbow limbs have more parts which must work together. We will do everything to ensure your new limb works, and then help you learn how to use it.

Partial Hand and Partial Finger Prostheses

If you only need a new finger or thumb, you can go with a partial prothesis. This technology lets you change your hand to suit your situation with ease. You can have one set for work while another for home and play.

Post-Mastectomy Prosthetics

There are various types of post-mastectomy and lumpectomy prostheses, also called breast forms. Manufacturers make a wide selection of types, shapes, sizes, and colors.
The type of prosthesis required is determined by the amount of breast tissue that is removed. A prosthesis can be worn against the skin, inside the pocket of a mastectomy bra, or attached to the chest wall. Prosthetic devices are designed to look feminine while ensuring comfort.

Myoelectric and Hydraulic Arms and Hands

Sometimes called bionic arms, myoelectric technology restores your full range and motion. These arms and hands feature individual motorized fingers and joints that are extremely durable. While limitations still exist, these prostheses relay the signals from your muscles to act as if they were your original body parts.