Prosthetic Limb Fitting Process   Before a patient can wear a prosthesis their residual limb must be healed and have attained the proper shape. This means that all fluids that accumulated due to the operation have been removed through compression therapy and that the residual limb edema has subsided. Once the residual limb has been properly formed…

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There are three main types of upper limb prosthetic fittings: body-powered, myoelectric and hybrid, which is a combination of the other two. Body-powered systems use a harness with cables to move the prosthesis. By engaging larger muscles, the cables can open and close a hook or hand, as well as an elbow or shoulder joint. With myoelectric systems, the…

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Our Services Our registered Prosthetist will address each individual’s personal needs to ensure that they receive the best possible breast form that offers shape, support and confidence. The products available to patient’s are breast forms and braziers of the highest quality that meet a wide range of needs. What Can Be Expected At Your First Appointment…

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