How limbionics can design the right upper extremity prosthesis for your individual needs:

  • Feel Confident Again
    The effects of amputation can make hope for the future difficult. But with a team around you, you’ll find the confidence you need to overcome daily challenges.
  • Start Moving Again, With Comfort
    A prosthetic that doesn’t fit correctly will make life pretty irritable. Get a custom prosthesis that helps you start moving again, with comfort, control, and stability.
  • Everyday Activities Are Possible Again
    Writing, driving, gymnastics, archery, throwing a ball… It’s normal to feel that they are insurmountable obstacles. But they’re not! With the right prosthesis, you’ll find that everyday activities are possible again.

How limbionics can design the right upper extremity prosthesis for your individual needs:

The negative effects of amputation can make hope for the future difficult. But with a team around you, you’ll find the confidence you need to overcome.

A prosthetic that doesn’t fit correctly will make life pretty irritable. Get a personalized-to-you prosthetic that helps you start moving again, with comfort.

Writing, driving, gymnastics, archery, throwing a ball… It’s normal to feel that they’re gone forever. But they’re not! With the right prosthetic, you’ll find that everyday activities are possible again.

Upper Extremity Prosthetics So Can You Play, Write, Lift Again

Arms, hands, and fingers are vital to the modern way of living. When you lose them due to an amputation, it can be confusing and hard, both mentally and physically, to continue forward in life.

Upper extremity prostheses are devices that support the activities you love, giving you the chance to re-engage them anew. Whether gymnastics, fishing, shooting, archery, photography, playing guitar, weightlifting, or any other activity, we can get you the protheses, training, and support you need to start doing what you love (again).

With an upper limb prosthesis, you’ll be able to:

  • Start doing those activities requiring the use of your hands, shoulders, and upper body
  • Get back to normal, every-day life

Upper Extremity Prosthetics So Can You Play, Write, Lift Again

Arms, hands, and fingers are vital to the modern way of living. When you lose them due to an amputation, it can be confusing and hard, both mentally and physically, to continue forward in life.

Upper extremity prostheses are devices that support the activities you love, giving you the chance to re-engage them anew. Whether gymnastics, fishing, shooting, archery, photography, playing guitar, weightlifting, or any other activity, we can get you the protheses, training, and support you need to start doing what you love (again).

With an upper limb prosthesis, you’ll be able to:

  • Start doing those activities requiring the use of your hands, shoulders, and upper body.
  • Get back to normal, every-day life.

How Others Found Hope Through Upper Extremity Prosthetics & Care

I have had the honor of working Brittany as my Prosthetist for several years. She is one of the most amazing people and most amazing practitioner I have ever met. Brittany has an amazingly strong work ethic and everything she does, she does with excellence.

Ms. Brittany Stresing is the best Prosthetist I have ever known! She is not only a person that will help you, she is a person that is passionate, caring and would do anything in the world for her patients. So my message to all amputees, is that I personally recommend you see Ms. Brittany Stresing. She is one of a kind!

How Others Found Hope Through Upper Extremity Prosthetics &  Care

I have had the honor of working Brittany as my Prosthetist for several years. She is one of the most amazing people and most amazing practitioner I have ever met. Brittany has an amazingly strong work ethic and everything she does, she does with excellence.

Brittany’s warmth and personality truly shine when she works with me. Everything, down to the bathroom, floor and walls are so different from any other office I’ve been to. The Limbionics building and staff are filled with amazing energy. Brittany truly understands her patients and always focuses on OUR best interests. She “gets it” because she was at one time a patient herself.

Brittney’s journey into the field of prosthetics and orthotics is inspiring to me. As a young woman myself, I have always looked up to her and held her in the highest regard. With Brittany, you will NEVER be disappointed! I sincerely and highly recommend her!

Types of Upper Extremity Amputations We Treat:

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(Above Elbow) Transhumeral Amputations

Transhumeral amputation, commonly referred to as an above elbow amputation, is when the arm is amputated between the shoulder and the elbow. Read More

(Below Elbow) Transradial Amputations

Partial Hand Amputation (PHA)

Wrist Disarticulation

Types of Upper Extremity Amputations We Treat:

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(Above Elbow) Transhumeral Amputations

Transhumeral amputation, commonly referred to as an above elbow amputation, is when the arm is amputated between the shoulder and the elbow. Read More

(Below Elbow) Transradial Amputations

Partial Hand Amputation (PHA)

Wrist Disarticulation

Transhumeral amputation, commonly referred to as an above elbow amputation, is when the arm is amputated between the shoulder and the elbow. The chief concern when treating this amputation is weight distribution. We try to remove the burden of the excessive weight of a prosthesis for the patient, by making it easy to use the motions of each joint to balance the prosthesis.

Transradial amputation, commonly referred to as a below elbow amputation, is when an amputation occurs between the elbow and wrist. In this type of amputation, we are concerned with restoring motion of the wrist and hand. Transradial amputations are the most commonly treated upper extremity amputation.

Partial hand amputations can include fingers or part of the hand. Technology advances have allowed for great improvements in the treatment of these amputations. We are now able to provide cutting-edge prostheses for those missing a single finger, multiple fingers or a portion of the hand. Silicone fingers are commonly used, but they are more cosmetic than functional. The partial hand amputations have numerous possibilities for care.

The wrist disarticulation is an amputation that occurs between bone surfaces, rather than by cutting directly through the bone. This type of amputation provides a long lever arm to aid with control of the prosthesis as well as maintaining the ability to pronate and supinate. When the styloids are preserved, they assist with prosthetic suspension. Wrist disarticulation is particularly favored in pediatric amputations to reduce bone spurs and issues of length.

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Schedule your consultation today.

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