People living with partial hand and foot amputations now have a new option in the Triangle. Surprisingly, not many people realize that custom silicone is an option after partial hand or foot amputation.

Highly realistic silicone devices address physical and emotional needs. For example, a partial hand amputee may be unable to grasp a cup without a partial hand prosthesis. The prosthesis provides passive function, grasp, and extension. In some cases, realistic anatomical restoration is key to the user’s physical and emotional healing.

Whereas some people require realism, others may focus more on function. Or perhaps their funding source will not cover a highly realistic prosthetic design. In these cases, we offer functional custom silicone devices that offer the functional restoration without the focus on realism.

In order to determine the right prosthetic design for the user, we recommending scheduling a free consultation with our team. To schedule a consultation, simply call our office. Our care coordinators are happy to guide you through the process.

3D Print Innovations

3D Print Innovations

Posted on: 1/29/2020

3D printing has become more common in orthotics and prosthetics.

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On-Site Fab is Key

On-Site Fab is Key

Posted on: 1/15/2020

The biggest benefit to fabricating our devices on-site is that we have the opportunity to manage every step of the process.

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The 1st Bio-Tech Adaptive Swim Clinic  (BASC) was a success!

The 1st Bio-Tech Adaptive Swim Clinic (BASC) was a success!

Posted on: 9/3/2019

August 24th 2019 marked our first Bio-Tech Adaptive Swim Clinic (BASC) event.

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Mr. James Shaw’s Story ​

Mr. James Shaw’s Story ​

Posted on: 11/7/2018

My Dad left us when I was 12, so I had to go to work, since I was the oldest of the children.

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Mr. Knoop’s Story

Mr. Knoop’s Story

Posted on: 11/7/2018

I was an advanced practice nurse, before I retired. In fact, I was a psychiatric mental health clinical nurse specialist.

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