All custom prosthetic products are manufactured on-site. If we need to adjust or alter the prosthesis it can be done quickly and accurately.
We believe that most amputees can reach a normal functional level providing they are fitted with the correct prosthesis and undergo adequate prosthetic training. If you need balance, prosthetic or any physical training we have a biokineticist available to guide you through the necessary training.
From time to time we offer running clinics to our patients. These events are full of fun and also filled with information about physical stretching techniques that you can use at home. We work closely with an experienced biokineticist to ensure optimal results.
A biokineticist/physiotherapist who is educated and experienced in the field of amputee rehabilitation will be able to assist you in reaching your physical goals. We work closely with such a specialist. These sessions can be done at our practice where prosthetic adjustments can be made, should your activity level or range of motion increase.
It can happen that child amputees outgrow their prosthetic limbs. Our chAMP initiative is there to assist the parents and the child amputee. Once we have manufactured a prosthesis and successfully claimed from a medical aid, we commit ourselves to maintain, repair or replace the prosthesis until such time as a claim can be instituted at the medical aid again. (T’s and C’s apply)
We deal with most medical aids, the Road Accident Fund, the Workman’s Compensation Fund, Rand Mutual Assurance and many more. As soon as we have all the necessary documentation we will proceed with your claim – you don’t need to submit any quotations or claims yourself.