The Ortho Remedy treats over 500 amputees per year. Our specialty is lower extremity prosthetics (artificial legs). We treat a combination of new amputees as well as experienced amputees who choose us for a number of reasons.
We are experts at managing all levels of lower extremity amputations from partial feet to trans-tibial (below knee) amputees to trans-femoral (above knee) amputees to hip-disarticulations and hemipelvectomies. Each prosthesis is meticulously, designed according to the client's specific physical and technological requirements. We offer every technology available in the prosthetic industry today. This includes all socket designs and suspension mechanisms too numerous to mention. All computerization and micro-processor control systems are also available. Call to speak to an experienced practitioner with regards to your condition and desires.
Since 1976 our mission has always been to serve the physically challenged to the best of our abilities. Honesty and integrity are our strengths. Schedule a free evaluation and you will find that we never recommend or provide services unless your comfort and or performance will be improved. This is why we are able to offer a satisfaction guarantee unparalleled in the industry. No satisfaction no charge.
The Ortho Remedy offers over 80 years of combined experience. Our administrative staff investigates, navigates, and negotiates insurance claims for you, while our technical staff, comprised of well seasoned, certified and licensed practitioners actually manufactures your device in-house, in our state of the art laboratory. We are able to hold superior quality controls and attention to detail because our practitioners follow each project throughout the manufacturing process. This method allows us to constantly customize and refine equipment for each individual.
The Ortho Remedy can produce a Prosthesis within 36 hours if necessary. Typically prosthetic devices are delivered one week after casting and measurements are acquired. This is possible because our laboratory is designed somewhat like a production line. In it there are stations for all segments of manufacturing. From cast modifications to plastic molding, to trimming, assembly, polishing and finishing. We pride ourselves in delivering equipment when patients need it and no later.
In today's world we see flexibility as a matter of survival. There are many factors to consider when designing prostheses such as: age, sex, activity level, weight, performance requirements, intended usage, cosmetics, financial limitations, hygienic concerns, and any personal requirements an individual might have. Flexibility is the ability to understand and address all these issues. We are the artists and our patients are our canvases. The more colors you provide us with, the prettier the picture will be. Many patients comment to us how we are the first to actually listen to them. This is how we fill out palette with color.