What is an Orthotist?

An orthotist measures, designs, fabricates, fits, or services orthoses, and/or assists in the formulation of orthoses.

A Certified Orthotist or CO is an Orthotist who has passed the certification standards of The American Board of Certification in Orthotics & Prosthetics (ABC) or The Board of Certifcation in Orthotics (BOC) and maintains certification through mandatory continuing education program and adherence to the Board's Code of Professional Responsibility.


We realize that each patient is unique and that an orthosis that fits one patient may not be the best choice for the another patient’s needs. Whether your objectives are to provide support and stability, reduce pain or prevent a musculoskeletal deformity we strive to provide you with the most functional, lightweight orthosis that is currently available. Listed below are some of orthotic services that we provide.


Lower extremities:

  • Custom/off-the-shelf foot orthotics
  • Diabetic foot care
  • Osteoarthritis knee braces
  • Sports bracing
  • Custom ankle foot orthotics for various conditions
  • Custom knee ankle foot orthotics for quad weaknesses
  • Arizona Afo's
  • Carbon Fiber Lightweight Energy Storing Afo's
  • Custom Diabetic Shoes


Upper extremities:

  • Wrist and hand orthoses
  • Post surgical/injury elbow orthoses
  • Post surgical/injury shoulder orthoses
  • Cranial Remolding Helmets
  • DMO Dynamic Movement Orthoses


Spinal Services:

  • Custom/off-the-shelf lumbar supports
  • Post surgical TLSO’s, LSO’s and cervical orthoses
  • Scoliosis treatment
  • Positional TLSO’s for neuromuscular disorders
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