Upper Extremity – Sacramento Prosthetics
Collier O&P has locations in Sacramento and Pleasant Hill, CA
Your first visit with a Collier practitioner will be an in-depth evaluation of your current condition, and your future goals.
Our practitioners are leaders in Sacramento prosthetics, with many years of experience with patients including pediatrics. Patients can also make appointments at our East Bay Pleasant Hill location for their convenience, and will receive the same quality of care.
The Collier philosophy is always to put our patient’s care first.
Our practitioners are by your side to help you meet your needs and goals. If you are struggling, you can call on us.
Our Director of Prosthetics holds a degree in psychology, which gives him better insight to care for patients with limb loss — and he is a terrific listener. Each patient is unique and deserves to be treated as a whole individual, not just as an amputee.
Our certified practitioners have the knowledge and experience to provide device training from the basics to the highest-level device. Their many years of experience is a resource for their patients in all areas of their care.
We spend time listening to our patients and their particular needs in order to provide the most appropriate care. We work as a team with other providers for our patient’s benefit.
Assisting with the transition
We will teach you how to use your device so you can get back to your daily activities. Since Collier custom engineers devices on-site, we can provide a faster turn-around time, and complete control over our quality standards. When adjustments are needed as your needs change, we will make them quickly.
Continued care, reaching patient goals
Collier practitioners are available for follow up any time you have concerns or questions. Their vast knowledge and experience is your resource. We want you to feel comfortable with your device and be able to take full advantage of its functionality.
Caring for pediatric patients and their families
With many years of experience working one-on-one with pediatric patients, George Villarruel’s first concern is for the caregivers as well as the patient. When parents are positive and willing to learn, their children are positive patients who have the support to push their boundaries during the learning process.