Collier O&P is committed to having a practitioner available for after hours, weekends, and Holiday services. For our team to serve you effectively and timely please consider the time frames below for our practitioners to provide superior patient care.
1. Early morning orders received by phone before 12:00pm will be serviced from 11:30 to 1:00pm.
2. Orders received by phone after 12:00pm will be serviced by end of business day.
We can fit your patients for any of the following off-the-shelf products with same day service:
Cervical Post-Op Management
Custom TLSO’s: Our team is committed to a 24 hour turn around on TLSO devices.
For us to be successful and meet your expectations, orders are to be called in by 3:00pm. This will allow a 3-hour window to get the patient evaluated, casted/measured and their device manufactured for guaranteed next day delivery. For after hours care please call 510-502-3515.
Laurence Orthopedic is now associated with Collier Orthotics and Prosthetics.
Laurence Orthopedic was established by Matt Laurence in 1946 and has been providing prosthetic and orthotic patient care services to the Oakland and the East Bay communities for over 70 years.
Laurence Orthopedic specializes in orthotic treatment for scoliosis and clubfoot and state-of-the-art prosthetic services for veterans with limb loss.
Director of Prosthetics George Villarruel talks about the Collier-Laurence transition.
My name is George Villarruel, Director of Prosthetics at Collier-Laurence Orthotics and Prosthetics. I want to speak about the additions-acquisition of Laurence Orthotics and Prosthetics into the Collier Family. This will allow us to service new accounts and to spread our philosophy of compassion and service to the orthotics and prosthetics communities. We feel we can provide excellent service to the pediatric and adult populations in need of an orthotic or prosthetic device.
From her first meeting with Practitioner Brian Lee, Sandra Thomas was eager to be able to reach a new activity level.
After being in a wheelchair for almost 5 years, Sandra wants to walk without any assistive devices or orthoses. Sandra’s biggest challenge has been to overcome her unstable gait due to a spinal cord injury. She has been working with Brian Lee for the last 6 months to learn and adapt to her new device.
Patient Care Solution: By applying the reciprocating gait orthosis, Brian was able to give Sandra the stability to stand and transfer the strength and momentum of her upper body to her legs. She can now ambulate and feels the sensation of lower extremity muscle contraction. She is very hopeful to continue to progress toward independent ambulation.
As you can see by the video, Sandra Thomas is determined and knows it will not be easy – our reward is to see how excited and grateful she is to receive this device that will help her toward her goal.