This client had a need for utility fingers at work and for the gym as well as a realistic restoration for times when he wished for increased hand function and realism for privacy. Utility fingers are made of a tougher, harder material compared to our realistic pieces and look more like a modified glove than a prosthesis to the casual observer.
This prosthetic nose tip weighs less than a gram. Although very small, it covers a permanent scar and restores lost form from an injury in the center of this client’s face. In spite of its small size, pieces like this can make a large difference in a person’s social confidence.
This client was so excited about getting his new prosthetic finger, he couldn’t sleep the night before his appointment. We’re happy to meet his expectations!
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….
This client has been a prosthesis wearer for many years and traveled cross-country to California to have us create a right partial foot for her. She expressed her feelings of having a new prosthesis made as, “More exciting than getting a new car.”
For the first time in eleven years, this below the knee amputee is wearing heels again and feeling great about it. She’s ready to wear dresses and walk tall.
As we’ve mentioned, we have an international reach. We are located in Pasadena, California and the majority of our clients live in the Southern California area. However, it is not uncommon for people to travel from much further for our services. The red pin on the map represents our office. The black pins show the…