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December 14th, 2018

An article by our founder and owner, Stefan Knauss, was recently published in O&P Edge Magazine.  Stefan is always looking to utilize materials to come up with original strategies for tackling tough cases.  In this article, he details how to create a socket with a seamless connection between HCR silicone rubber and hard resin laminate. Please follow this link to read in detail.

https://opedge.com/Articles/ViewArticle/2018-08-01/academy-society-spotlight-of-rubber-and-resin

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Holiday Best

November 15th, 2018

California’s mild winter weather doesn’t require boots or sneakers over the holidays. Being a lower limb amputee shouldn’t either.

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A Happy REPEAT Client!

October 18th, 2018

Our primary goal is to create a prosthesis that truly satisfies each of our clients and it is always great to hear feedback after they have taken it home. Some of our clients prefer to have a second or “back-up” prosthesis in the event something should happen to one. We created an ear for this client one year ago and he just got a second. Now he has two ears that are in great shape that he can use interchangeably.repeat ear client auricular aesthetic prosthetics pasadena california

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Client Stories

Jose

February 6th, 2017

Jose, a hairstylist, struggled to find a practitioner to make prostheses that fit right for his three missing fingers. The fingers would be too big, too loose, too tight, or the color would be complet...

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Simone

February 6th, 2017

Simone marched on after she lost first one leg and then the other. She wore out many prostheses and dozens of pairs of tennis shoes and flats. But for about twenty years, she had not worn heels. She i...

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Ted

February 6th, 2017

Ted used a hook for his left hand for several years until he learned that his insurance would cover a more realistic hand. He works as an accountant, yet struggled to find a prosthetic hand that would...

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Viola

February 6th, 2017

“What was important to me,” Viola says, “was to return to independence. And in order to do that, I needed to have the tools to work with. And that tool was my prosthesis.” Viola radiates many things–h...

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