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JP&O has staffed our team with Certified Practitioners to help create and fit the orthotic and prosthetic products that our patients need.
JP&O specializes in providing prosthetic devices for both lower-limb and upper-limb amputees. Utilizing the latest technologies, each one of our custom-made prosthetics features a light-weight design with a comfortable fit.
JP&O specialists are trained in the assessment of lower limb anatomy and biomechanics, and the appropriate use of corrective footwear – including shoes, shoe modifications, custom function insoles, diabetic insoles, and other pedorthic devices.
Custom Made Prostheses & Artificial Limbs
What is a prostheses? A prostheses is often referred to as an artificial limb that is applied to the body to replace something that has been lost through accident or disease, or was missing at birth. JP&O Prosthetic & Orthotic Lab provides preparatory and definitive prostheses for both above-the-knee prosthetics, below-the-knee prosthetics and all levels of amputation. These prosthetic devices are designed to match the functional goals and needs of each patient to improve the quality of their lives.
JP&O Prosthetic & Orthotic Lab
specializes in the following prosthetic services:
Intelligent, precise, and reliable. Express yourself with the enhanced bebionic hand by Ottobock, designed for individuals with upper limb loss to perform everyday activities with ease.
and Genium Knees
Building on the unique functionality of the Genium leg prosthesis, the X3 is particularly robust and resilient. Physically demanding occupations, an active family life, swimming and sports activities, seaside holidays and situations where you encounter water, dust, sand, dirt, or grime – these are the ideal conditions for the X3.
Integrates the world’s fastest responding microprocessor ankle/foot technology and carbon fiber to provide low – to moderate impact K3 ambulators the stability they expect – instantly.
XC Torsion Foot
Pro-Flex XC has been developed to comfortably support the active user who enjoys hiking and jogging, as well as level‐ground walking. The foot is ideal for active users who want to use a single, lightweight foot for their normal daily life, as well as a range of higher impact activities.
Evaluating and Creating Orthoses
What is an orthosis? An orthosis is commonly called bracing or a brace. Common orthoses include those used to support feet, ankles, wrists, hips and necks. An orthosis is applied to the affected body part to strengthen, straighten or to restrict improper movement.
JP&O Prosthetic & Orthotic Lab specializes in the following orthotic services:
The Spino Med IV is a lightweight brace designed to provide support for the wearer’s lower back. Strong but flexible and with wide straps, The Spino Med IV is both comfortable and easy to wear.
This knee brace offers stability and protection for the knee joint. This hinged knee brace features breathable liners to reduce friction and increase comfort. This brace comes in various sizes for a better fit for the wearer.
Lightweight and sturdy, the Stance Control knee brace offers bracing from the foot to above the knee. By reacting to the leg’s movement, this brace locks and releases the knee joint as the wearer moves.
Individuals living with foot drop will enjoy better movement with this lightweight and easy to wear device. Programmed and painless electrical shocks activate the nerves and muscles that make the foot respond and provide a more natural gait.
Foot orthoses and diabetic shoes
What is a foot orthosis? A foot orthotic is any device that is created to treat a wide array of possible foot-related problems including congenital (at birth) deformity, improper walking/gait and/or partial foot amputations due to trauma or illness. The main goal of a pedorthist (the person trained to diagnose and create a pedorthic device) is to improve function and reduce pain.
Pedorthists are trained in the biomechanics to build custom insoles and accommodative shoes to alleviate pain, improve function, and prevent progression or deformity. Diabetic shoes are custom made to prevent diabetic pressure ulcers and offload high pressure areas.