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Considering a new prosthesis?

If you are visiting our site because you already have an artificial limb and are unhappy with it, or it is time for a replacement, we can help you too.  

Every limb we build is created using state-of-the-art components.   And that includes helping you get a socket that fits you right and is as comfortable as possible. Because as you already know, a poorly fit socket can mean the difference between a limb you use everyday and a limb that sits in the closet unused.

It is not uncommon for us to take an existing prosthesis and with a better fit socket or a few component modifications to be able to give you back a prosthesis that truly fits your needs, without having to start from scratch.

new prosthetic

Plus we always pay close attention to ensuring that your new limb will help you accomplish the things you need to do in life. Whether you are at work or at play.   There is even a section of the site where you can learn about some of the special purpose limbs we have crafted for our clients that help them to things like hunt, ski, run marathons, and more.

You will also find out about our many success stories with others who we have helped to get back to life with a new artificial limb. You can even ask other amputees about their experiences living with a prosthesis in our community chat room.

Take a few minutes now and read over the rest of the site then call us at 877-476-9697 with your questions to find out more about how we can help get a prosthetic that is right for you.


 


"I have been to many prosthetists since losing my leg. I am now in the most comfortable socket I have ever worn. I am able to wear my prosthesis for 16 hours a day without discomfort. When I am not working, I enjoy biking, hiking and canoeing." – Ron Hepler, Williamson

"I have an above knee amputation. I'm 89 years old and I use my prosthesis all day, every day. If I'm not a walking advertisement, there's no such thing! I highly recommend these folks to anybody." – Sidney Greenberg, Cazenovia, NY