ability-prosthetics-orthotics-thanks-best-serviceWhat Our Patients Say

At ABILITY Prosthetics and Orthotics of Nevada your comments and referrals are the greatest compliment you can give. We thought we should share some recent comments from some of our satisfied patients.

"Everyone that I met in the office today was so pleasant! Great atmosphere! l just found out today that Ability is the ONLY office in town that still provides compression stockings, so please don't stop. I made sure my doctor who wrote the prescription knows to send everyone with similar needs your way! l'm very happy with my experience today."
–– Compression Garment Patient

Tina-Humphreys-fitter-mastectomyABILITY Prosthetics and Orthotics Staff Just Wants to Say...

 

Happy Birthday Tina!

 

You are an excellent leader with a generous heart. We owe you so much for your constant support and perfect leadership! May you have a long and successful career.

 

What Our Patients Say

thank-you-ability-prosthetics-orthoticsHere at ABILITY Prosthetics and Orthotics of Nevada your comments and referrals are our greatest compliment. We thought we should share some recent comments from some of our satisfied patients.

"Gina was awesome, Very knowledgeable on the product. To me she went above and beyond to make sure I got the brace I needed. You also have an awesome staff. Thank you!"

–– Orthotic Patient

Travis Humphreys of ABILIITY Prosthetics and Orthotics Assisted at World Cup 

prosthetic-travis-humphreys-repair-ABILITYABILITY Prosthetics and Orthotics own Travis Humphreys, CPO was honored to be asked to be the on-site Prosthetist to assist with racer needs and repair damaged or broken prosthetics during the race.

The World Cup for the International Paralympic Committee was held January 15-25, 2017 at the Sierra at Tahoe Ski Resort, 9 countries were represented.

"It was an amazing experience for us. All of the racers were so kind and supportive of each other and their strength, endurance, and extreme athleticism was inspiring!" - Travis Humphreys

Robotics to the Rescue of Disabled

By Ashmita Gupta

CHENNAI: Robotics has now come to the rescue of people with disabilities. A prosthetic arm 'Robo-limb' that operates like a normal arm lifting heavy material, write, eat and do a range of activities, was showcased in 'Shaastra', the IIT-Madras technofest.

A-SET Robotics, a Delhi-based start up company, has developed this new generation prosthetic arm that will hit the market in the second quarter of this year. It is made up of biodegradable ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) or thermoplastic polymer. Unlike the conventional artificial hands, the 'robo-limb' can make movements and lift an approximate 25 kg and can do numerous activities.

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