As an essential health care service provider, our offices remain open with a full staff of trained, licensed, bonded and insured practitioners who are ready to provide on-going care for those in need of mobility devices and for in-patient hospital calls 7 days a week, evening and holidays.
Providing Orthotics and Prosthetics care for seniors, pediatric patients, and those with special needs is the heart of what we do.
Our Practitioners and staff can assist those that are in need of orthotic and prosthetic devices to improve or maintain their mobility for all Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) such as personal care, cooking, walking, exercise, essential transportation to the grocery store and pharmacy, safety, reassurance and especially with those tasks one may have difficulty in accomplishing during this period of Sheltering in Place.
We are here for you. If you need an appointment, please do not hesitate to call. Nothing is more important than the health and safety of our patients and staff. We have taken precautions based on state and federal mandates to provide a safe and comfortable environment for our patients and staff. We follow all social distancing guidelines and ask you to please remain 6 feet from any other patients and staff.
Orthotic and Prosthetic services remain an option to those at risk of mobility and we will do everything in our power to support our patients, staff members and community in every way possible to keep them safe and cared for by continuing services for improved mobility during these times.
Please rest assured that we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation very closely at all our locations.
We will continue to keep our Management, Practitioners, and Office Staff Employees well-informed on a daily basis about the virus and best practices to ensure the health and safety of all of our clients and employees. The following precautions are being taken to combat this changing situation:
- Limiting the number of people in our facility at any given time. If you require assistance, we ask that you limit caregivers/companions to one support person only for your visit.
- Reducing patient appointments to comply with social distancing in waiting rooms
- All patients, caregivers/companions, and staff are required to wear a mask. The mask must remain over your nose and mouth throughout your entire visit to our office.
- We ask that patient family members remain in vehicle at the time of patient appointment
- Pediatric patient can be accompanied by an adult during their appointment
- All patients entering the clinic will sanitize or wash their hands on the way in and out.
- We will continue to disinfect all equipment and surfaces after each treatment.
- We will be modifying treatment to accommodate your specific needs.
- We ask you to help our efforts by staying home if you feel sick or are at risk.
Those defined as at risk are:
· The elderly
· Those with heart or lung disorders
We are doing our best to take the proper precautions and modifications to meet the needs of our patients under these unusual circumstances. Make sure you are doing your best to protect yourself, and if you have any questions or concerns, please visit www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.
Our compassionate and professional staff and practitioners have been serving the community since 1988 for Collier and 1946 for Laurence. We are committed to offering the same legendary service which we are known for, especially during this unprecedented COVID-19 crisis.
If you have any questions, or are in need of services, please contact us by email below or call 916-979-9729.