An orthosis is a brace made to correct or support a deformity or deficiency of your child's body. A prosthesis is an artificial limb utilized when a child has a limb deficiency.
Your orthotist or prosthetist is a trained specialist in the field with an extensive educational background. There are strict guidelines and procedures that he/she must follow in order to become an American Board Certified practitioner. Your orthotist or prosthetist is only one member of your treatment team. Other members include orthopaedic surgeons, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers and pediatric physiatrists (a physician who specializes in rehabilitation medicine). The team works together to provide optimal care to your child.
Custom Devices and Services
FO, UCBL, SMO, AFO, KAFO, HKAFO
Reciprocating Gait Orthoses
Sport Medicine Orthoses
Hip Abduction Orthoses
Static and Dynamic Wrist Hand Orthoses (WHO)
Scoliosis Control Orthoses
Custom Body Jackets (soft and rigid)
Cranial Remolding Orthoses
Upper- and Lower-Extremity Prostheses
Custom Myoelectric Prostheses
Advanced microprocessor knees and hands
Physical Therapy Services
Pediatric Clinical Specialist