A Louisville man who had his leg amputated is able to walk again thanks to a Kentuckiana-based company. WDRB's Sterling Riggs recently spoke with James Green and learned about his journey of hope and determination. continued (WDRB) »
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he survived the Henryville tornado with little more than a scratch, but the aftermath of the storm cost her all of her limbs and nearly took her life.continued (News & Tribune) »
Link to full list of Governors appointments found below:continued (LaneReport.com) »
Paralympian pleased with rowing honor - and with technology that lets her wear 3-inch stilettos. continued (Courier-Journal) »
A Louisville soldier says he feels like the
Six Million Dollar Man. It's a medical breakthrough that's helping him and other war vets who've lost limbs. continued (WHAS) »
A local prosthetic center unveiled a state-of-the-art technology on a local amputee and Iraq war veteran Friday. continued (WLKY) »
The 20th Annual Amputee Tournament Players Championship. continued (AMPGC) »
It is the premier meeting event for the limb loss community. continued (external) »
American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association Orthotic & Prosthetic World Congress. continued (external) »
Louisville, KY. – Kentucky Prosthetics & Orthotics, Inc. recently fit tornado victim Stephanie Decker with the Genium™ Bionic Prosthetic System and Harmony Triton System for her bilateral amputations. continued »
It's official. Kentucky Prosthetics and Orthotics has relocated to:
552 E. Market Street, Suite 102
Louisville, KY. 40202
The BiOM is a true bionic lower-leg system that is made of reflexive powered plantar flexion to simulate true action of the human ankle, the Achilles tendon and one’s calf muscles by propelling the amputee upwards and forwards during each walking step.
Kentucky Prosthetics & Orthotics innovative, industry leading prosthetic solutions and personal service makes us a destination clinic for amputees in Louisville, Kentucky, Indiana and across the U.S.
At Kentucky Prosthetics & Orthotics, it is our goal to get patients back to where they want to be; whether that means rowing for the U.S. Paralympics team, returning to the Louisville Metro Police Department, hitting a round of golf, or simply making dinner for the family. We believe that every amputee should be able to do at least 95% of what they did prior to amputation, if not more.
Kentucky Prosthetics & Orthotics provides unparalleled customer service. We focus on eliminating unnecessary prosthetic complications and helping patients reach extraordinary success. Our certified prosthetists are dedicated to delivering the right prosthetic and orthotic technologies, the right fit, and above all, the right ongoing personal support, to transform your life.