Q: What is an Orthotist?
A: Provides care to patients with neuromuscular and musculoskeletal impairments that contribute to functional limitation and disability by designing, fabricating, and fitting orthoses, or brace orthosis; orthoses; orthotic device; field of orthotics
Q: Will my brace/orthosis fit under my clothes?
Q: How long do I wear my brace/orthotic each day?
Q: Will my short ankle-foot orthosis (AFO) fit in my shoe?
Q: What is a prosthetist?
A: Provides care to patients with partial or total absence of limbs by designing, fabricating, and fitting prostheses, or artificial limbs prosthesis; prostheses; prosthetic device; field of prosthetics.
Q: How soon after amputation will I get a prosthesis?
Q: Will my prosthesis look natural?
Q: Is it normal for me to still feel my missing limb?
Q: Will the prosthesis be heavy?
Q: Will the ankle on my prosthesis move?
Q: Will I have different prosthesis for different activities?
Q: How many visits will be required for the measurement and fitting of my prosthesis?
Q: When will physical therapy begin after my amputation?
Q: What are my options for various heel heights on my prosthetic foot?
ARNOLD PROSTHETICS & ORTHOTICS
318 - 425 - 2400
619 Jordan St.
Shreveport, LA 71101
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 AM
Friday: 8:00AM - 1:30 PM
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
HOPE ORTHOTICS & PROSTHETICS
318 - 812 - 0119
1209 Royal Ave.
Monroe, LA 71201
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