Collier O and P Specialties
Collier Orthotics and Prosthetics, formerly Collier Rehabilitation, has five areas of specialization: Patient Care, Upper Extremity Prosthetics, Pediatric Care, Knee & Sports Orthoses and a bilingual Prosthetic Practitioner.
Patient Care is our first priority.
Collier’s patient care is directed by experienced and dedicated practitioners in their respective fields of practice making them expert providers. This ensures that each patient receives the most appropriate device by practitioners who specialize in their scope of practice. This specialization includes pediatric and upper extremity prosthetics by practitioners with over 20 years of experience.
At Collier Orthotics and Prosthetics our first priority is patient care. We accomplish this by spending time listening to our patients and their particular needs in order to provide the most appropriate care. Each patient is unique and they are treated as whole individuals regardless of their limb absence or orthotic need.
Our certified and licensed practitioners are educated about all levels of products, and have the knowledge and experience to provide device training for high-level devices. Their many years of experience is a resource for their patients. We work as a team with other providers so our patients will benefit with successful outcomes.
Our practitioners are by your side to help you get the correct device for your lifestyle, needs and goals. If you are struggling, you can call on us. Our Director of Prosthetics holds a degree in psychology, which gives him a better insight to care for patients with limb loss — and he is a terrific listener. Each patient is unique and they deserve to be treated as whole individual who has self-worth.
Our lead prosthetist spent many years with Shriners Hospitals for Children. The volume of patients seen in this inpatient setting established him as a specialist in upper and lower extremity prosthetic care for children and their growing needs. Our philosophy is that we want to treat the family first, and then the patient will have the understanding and guidance they need to be self-reliant.
- Extensive experience working with pediatric patients
- Veterans are welcome to come for a consultation about problems or challenges with their current prosthesis
- Our bilingual practitioners can converse with patients in their chosen language
Meet George Villarruel, our lead Prosthetic practitioner
George is an American Board Certified Prosthetist with over 25 years of experience focused solely in the practice of prosthetics. As the Director of Prosthetics for Collier, he is responsible for lower and upper extremity prosthetic patient care. His experience spans from infancy to geriatrics.
Our team has the background and knowledge of the latest technology, to know what will work most appropriately for the individual.
- Sports and High Activity Design Specialists
- Myoelectric Hands, Elbows
- Microprocessor Knees, Ankles
- Energy Restoring Systems
Knee Arthritis and Sports Injuries
Collier provides the highest quality range of lower orthoses available in the industry today. Custom-designed orthoses can be manufactured on site to meet the unique and individual conditions of sports and high activity patients. We take the time to communicate and understand our patients so that the devices we provide will meet their needs and expectations.
Pediatric patients have special needs and considerations. Understanding the developmental milestones and their effect on orthotic and prosthetic designs is especially
important. Our practitioner group is one of the most experienced you will find in Northern California.
We want to create a relationship with the patient and their family which will
develop positive results for years to come.
• Congenital limb deficiency, upper & lower extremities
• Scoliosis Management
• Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida
• Sports-Related Orthotics & Prosthetics
• Infancy through Adulthood
Meet Our Team
Our experienced practitioners and staff are a resource for physicians and therapists to formulate the patient’s best plan of care. Each member was chosen for their unique skill set within their specialty. Read more here…