Insurance companies limit how often you can get a new brace. We are dedicated to advocating on your behalf for coverage.
Our unique 3D printed AFOs, SMOs, and FOs are comfortable, light weight, and provide targeted control.
This video goes over common post-op milestones after lower limb amputation, including healing timeframes.
This chocolate lab needed bracing after surgery. Now he’s ready for his walk! Bracing can give pets back their lives.
In these interviews, Staci Dorr, PT, CO discusses the importance of kids wearing their devices while at home during school breaks.
Jennifer shows how she cleans her prosthetic socket and foot shell, making sure it stays in tip top shape.
A prosthesis that is not fitting well can cause skin breakdown, instability, and a lack of confidence.
Our clinics remain open as we closely monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19). The wellbeing of our patients and staff is our priority.
Surprisingly, not many people realize that custom silicone is an option after partial hand or foot amputation.
3D printing has become more common in orthotics and prosthetics.
The biggest benefit to fabricating our devices on-site is that we have the opportunity to manage every step of the process.
August 24th 2019 marked our first Bio-Tech Adaptive Swim Clinic (BASC) event.
My Dad left us when I was 12, so I had to go to work, since I was the oldest of the children.
I was an advanced practice nurse, before I retired. In fact, I was a psychiatric mental health clinical nurse specialist.
In 2014, Catherine went on sabbatical from her career as a psychotherapist to try her hand at real estate.
Whether we’re celebrating a close family member, a great friendship, or a romantic partner, here are some simple ways to fill our hearts with joy and health!
People living with sensory diabetic neuropathy may not be able to feel pain, cold, or heat in their feet.
Snow and ice are slippery and uneven, which can be a recipe for disaster for someone using a brace or artificial limb.
When we think of the latest and greatest prosthetic limbs, our minds often automatically focus on computerized knees, feet, and hands.
People living with lower limb amputation have options for making that happen.