Orthotics & Prosthetics - MTI

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Orthotics & Prosthetics

Empowering the Injured Worker to Return to Work and Live Life to its Fullest

Every injured worker’s needs and abilities are different.

That’s why MTI takes a specialized caring approach to servicing the needs of injured workers requiring orthotics & prosthetics. Our dedicated orthotic and prosthetic teams work to ensure communication and collaboration between the injured worker, provider, claims adjuster and nurse case manager. Our practitioners are some of the best in the industry, combining art with science.

Depending on the severity of the injury, the transition to a prosthetic or orthotic can be life altering. That’s why we have designed our personalized care programs and services to help create a seamless and positive experience for the injured worker.

From braces for work related carpal tunnel to all types of fracture management, we have you covered.

What is Orthotics?

Orthotics is the design, fabrication and fitting of devices that provide external support and assist weak or abnormal joints and/or muscle groups.

Orthotics are prescribed to:

  • Protect joints and limbs
  • Immobilize
  • Restrict range of motion (ROM)
  • Rehabilitate from Injury/Surgery
  • Provide pain relief

MTI Orthotic Services Include:

  • Knee ankle foot orthotic (KAFO)
  • Ankle foot orthotic (AFO)
  • Cervical orthotics
  • Spinal bracing
  • Knee orthotic bracing (ACL)
  • Upper extremity orthotic bracing
  • Soft good orthotics (walking boots, back braces, ankle braces.)
  • Cosmetic enhancement
  • Compression garments
  • Footwear
  • Custom molded shoes
  • Orthopedic footwear and supplies
  • Cosmetic enhancement
  • Compression Hosiery

What is Prosthetics?

Prosthetics is the science and practice of evaluating, designing, fabricating, fitting and delivering a prosthesis or artificial limb.

MTI Prosthetic Services Include:

  • Transtibial (below the knee)
  • Transfemoral (above the knee)
  • Partial feet prosthetics
  • Hip disarticulation
  • Vacuum Assisted Suction Sockets
  • Micropressor (knees and feet)
  • Upper extremity conventional systems
  • Cosmetic prosthetics