Orthotics and Prosthetics
The orthotics and prosthetics team of Loma Linda University Medical Center designs, fabricates, and fits prosthetic limbs, orthotic devices, cranial remolding helmets, and provides a post-mastectomy prosthetics program. Our team also provides "bionic" technologies, such as C-Leg, Rheo knee, Proprio Foot, Myoelectic prostheses, and functional electrical stimulation (FES) myo-orthotic devices such as the WalkAid. Our goal is to provide cutting-edge O & P treatment for patients from all over the world, in a caring and compassionate manner.
- Scoliosis treatment
- Cranial remolding helmets for the treatment of plagiocephaly, brachycephally, and scaphocephally
- Knee orthoses
- Foot orthoses
- Full-spectrum orthoses for club foot deformity, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, stroke, fractures, spinal cord injury, and others
- Amputation clinic
- "Energy Storing" feet (Flex-foot, Springlite, and Freedom)
- Microprocessor controlled knees (Rheo, C-Leg, Adaptive knee)
- Upper extremity prosthetics (Conventional, Myo-electric, Hybrid, and Cosmetic)
- Gait training and strengthening
What Is Orthotics?
An orthosis is an external medical device designed to stabilize, immobilize, prevent deformity, protect against injury, or assist with the function of a body part.
What Is Prosthetics?
A prosthetic device or prosthesis is an external medical device designed to replace a missing or amputated body part such as an arm or a leg.
All services require a prescription from a licensed physician.
If you would like further information regarding the program or the services we offer, or if you wish to refer a patient, please contact our offices at (909) 558-6272. You may also fax your referral to (909) 558-6271.