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Lower Limb Prosthetics

While we are specially trained to provide expert, comprehensive upper limb care, we want to treat you as a whole person and use our skills to provide innovative and improved lower limb prosthetics.

We know that you have a lot of options when it comes to picking a prosthetist. The decision must be handled with care as you will need a prosthesis for the rest of your life.

The team at Handspring want to be the ones to help meet your needs and goals throughout your lifetime.

Rehabilitation

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Learn about the steps in the rehabilitation and prosthetic fitting process to see that you are properly fitted with an upper limb prosthesis. Understanding the care process helps you be in control.

Insurance

Have questions about insurance? Reach out to our team of experts to help gain an understanding of your prosthetic benefits and coverage to ensure you are empowered to make a decision that is right for you.

Creating your Socket

The socket is the most important part of a prosthesis. This is the component that interfaces with you and the rest of the prosthesis. It must be comfortable and provide good control of the rest of the limb. Learn about how it's made.

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Knowledge = Empowerment

Learn more about the parts and pieces that make up your prosthesis by selecting the type below.

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Every patient comes to our office with individual goals and priorities for their prosthesis

Someone who wants to return to running will end up with a prosthesis much different from a person wishing to wear high heels. We are here to provide you with options based on our clinical expertise and involve you in the decision-making process. Our high rates of success are achieved by listening to our patients needs and concerns. As a high-end prosthetic care facility, we also maintain close relationships with manufacturers to provide feedback on new technologies and stay up to date on the latest options.

Now with CAD/CAM Technology

Our team uses various CAD/CAM technologies just such as Ossur Design Studio, Orten, Comb Scanning, Artec Scanner, GeoMagic Freeform, Autodesk Fusion 360, Rhinoceros 3D, HP Fusion Printing, and in-house Icarus and Bambu 3D printers.

The result is a highly repeatable, clean, quick, and accurate patient fitting process, shaving hours off behind-the-scenes work and leaving us with more time to spend meeting your goals.

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Excelerated Care Program

Interested in learning more about this innovative fitting process specifically designed for assisting our out of town clients?

Providing holistic, specialized care in upper & lower extremity prosthetic rehabilitation.

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