Upper Extremity Prosthetics

Individuals born without an arm or hand, or those who experience an upper extremity amputation, are missing not only a limb, but also an intricate tool for daily living. The goal in fitting an upper limb amputee with a prosthetic limb is to replace the lost function and appearance of the missing limb.

Functional and Passive for:
  • Fingers and hands
  • Below and above elbow
  • Shoulder disartic
Amputations - Below elbow (BE) and above elbow (AE)
  • Cosmetic restoration
  • Conventional harness/cable, myoelectric
  • Hybrid-combine conventional
  • Myoelectric hand/elbow units
    • 1-Limb, Bebionic
    • Utah Arm
Selecting and learning to use a prosthesis is a major challenge. Throughout the course of fitting, fabrication, and final delivery of the prosthesis, our patients receive an extensive, detailed education on the use and care of the prosthesis, along with information on personal care and hygiene of their residual limb.

LIMBCARE PROSTHETICS & ORTHOTICS OF GEORGIA
IS A VETERAN-OWNED BUSINESS.