The types of amputations we see vary as greatly as our clients’ personalities. Each person has their own expectations for the appearance, functionality and primary purpose of their prosthesis. This client’s needs meant we ended the prosthesis at an unconventional point in the middle of their knuckle. The results were outstanding and exactly what we and the client were hoping for. Part of being an expert is listening. We take pride in observing and honoring our clientele’s individuality.
Our client looking in the mirror during the painting process and finally getting to see two legs again.
Having a prosthesis made can bring up a full range of emotions throughout the process. We welcome and encourage our clients to bring close family or friends to their appointments. We are so thankful for this client and her very enthusiastic family member who came to each appointment providing positive emotional support as well as…
California’s mild winter weather doesn’t require boots or sneakers over the holidays. Being a lower limb amputee shouldn’t either.
On September 2, 2013, Diana Nyad completed her record-breaking 100.86-mile, 52-hour 54-minute swim from Cuba to Key West, Florida. Aesthetic Prosthetics® played a role in her journey by designing and creating a custom-made silicone mask to protect her from deadly box jellyfish stings during her swim. It feels like yesterday and it’s hard to believe…
Symmetry Restored This teenage girl was born without a fully formed left arm. Here she wears her highly realistic, passive silicone prosthetic restoration for the first time.