man trimming treeBecause each individual has unique needs regarding level of amputation, function, durability, comfort and appearance, our certified prosthetic staff fits and crafts a wide variety of both upper and lower extremities.

Our clinicians are experienced in creating prosthetic devices that range from a partial hand or foot, to those requiring prostheses as a result of total shoulder or hip disarticulation, as well as upper and lower extremity bi-lateral amputations.

Prosthetics is where science and art truly converge


Every prosthesis that we create is backed by an impressive array of science and technology, with new discoveries and techniques coming on line on a regular basis. Our practitioners are required by their certifying body and by RHS to educate themselves on new scientific developments and components for the benefit of our patients.

We are committed to designs that make amputees more functional as well as those that make the process go more smoothly and efficiently. Our CAD/CAM system is a perfect example. In many cases, this system allows the prosthetist to make a prosthetic socket from several measurements without the patient having to be cast. It assists the practitioner in achieving an intimately fitting socket so that the amputee feels more secure.


When our practitioners evaluate and consult with an amputee, they want to be a part of helping you to meet your personal dreams and goals. To us, prosthetics is not just “making legs” but is an art form based on restoring your maximum lifestyle and mobility. The prosthetist that sees you at your appointments will always be directly involved in overseeing the fabrication of your device.

Upper Extremity

  • Wrist disarticulation (amputation of hand)
  • Functional finger and thumb prosthetics
  • Transradial (below elbow)
  • Transhumeral (above elbow)
  • Shoulder disarticulation
  • All other types of upper extremity amputations

Lower Extremity

  • Partial foot
  • Transtibial (below knee)
  • Transfemoral (above knee)
  • Hip disarticulation
  • All other types of lower extremity amputations

Advances in Prosthetic Technology

We invite you to visit our Advanced Technology section to learn more about new developments in prosthetics and how you might benefit from enhanced techniques and designs.

Life Style Specialty Devices

We invite you to visit our Lifestyle Specialty Devices section to discover the many types of components that are available to enhance your ability to continue to participate in recreational and work related activities.