Our Prosthetic & Orthotic Care facility in Little Rock, Arkansas is best in class. Our knowledgeable staff of LPO’s, CPO’s and Patient Care coordinators have years of experience in treating and restoring mobility to patients who may have at one point believed this quality of life was no longer available to them.
At Prosthetic1, our primary mission is to restore your mobility with excellent prosthetic & orthotic care so you can regain the quality of life that you deserve. We are proud to offer our services to patients that find it difficult to return to normal life after losing a limb(s). We are here for more than just your prosthetic or orthotic care needs, we also provide counsel and education to our patients throughout the entire process.
We believe in empowering our patients with support resources, information and all options available to restore mobility and quality of life.
When you visit our offices, you can expect our knowledgeable specialists and staff to greet you with a warm welcome smile. Our staff will conduct initial consultations to identify challenges, goals and your lifestyle.
We deploy a step by step approach when developing a treatment plan. This is the best way to quickly develop the optimal prosthetic to help you regain your independence and confidence. Whether you need to replace an existing prosthetic or are in need of a new prosthetic device, either way, we understand that you will have questions. Our Care coordinators help our patients navigate through the administrative processes, explain your benefits, and help communicate your needs to healthcare providers.
We are proficient in providing above the knee and below the knee prosthetic solutions. At the Prosthetic1 location in Little Rock, we have extensive experience in developing customized rehabilitation plans, increasing mobility and functionality, and fabricating custom devices.
Marcus Baker and his team of orthotic and prosthetic specialists understand that your lifestyle and goals must be considered in order to develop custom solutions.
Transtibial amputations are also known as below-knee amputations (BKA). These surgical procedures involve the full removal of a lower limb. Transfemoral amputations are surgical procedures that involve the removal of the leg above the knee joint. Mid thigh amputations occur when the lower leg and knee cannot be saved after traumatic injury or disease.
There are several key things to consider before getting a prosthetic limb:
On average, with regular rehabilitation, it can take between two and four months until the patient will begin to feel comfortable using the prosthetic limb. Of course, this time period can vary from patient to patient as various other factors can affect how well the patient adapts to life with an artificial limb.
If you have any general questions about our process or about your current prosthesis, please reach out to us and schedule an appointment. We understand what you are going through, with this understanding and our expertise, we strive to eliminate the thought that your device is a barrier to doing the things you need and love to do. We care about the outcomes of our patients and sincerely want you to have the best results possible. Contact our Little Rock location for an appointment today.
Patient Care Coordinator