There are so many differences that separate us from the competition. First, we are practitioner owned and operated. Our staff have years of experience working in large hospitals, medium sized clinics and private companies.

Using these experiences, we founded Gateway Prosthetics to provide a truly hands-on, personal approach to orthopedic and prosthetic care for adults and children, for cranial remolding and craniosysnostosis treatment. We love providing our service on a one to one basis, where we get to know our patients as individuals. We work to develop a deeper relationship of mutual trust and respect.

Our focus is helping people more forward, making lives fuller, more complete and productive. Using a team approach, our practitioners, technicians, and administrative staff work together to provide our patients care, compassion, excellent service, plus state of the art information and technology. Plus, our excellent relationships with area physicians, therapists, case managers and hospitals makes our care more complete and convenient for you.

Upper Limb Prosthesis
    • Partial Hand Prosthesis (PHP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the hand and/or fingers below the wrist.
    • Wrist Disarticulation Prosthesis (WDP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the hand or forearm through the wrist joint.
    • Below Elbow Prosthesis (BEP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the hand or below the forearm.
    • Elbow Disarticulation Prosthesis (EDP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the hand or forearm through the elbow joint.
    • Above Elbow Prosthesis (AEP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the hand, forearm and elbow above the elbow.
    • Shoulder Disarticulation Prosthesis (SDP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the complete arm involving the hand, forearm, elbow and upper arm through the shoulder joint.
    • Scapular-Thoracic Prosthesis (STP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the complete arm involving the hand, forearm, elbow, upper arm and shoulder through the scapular-thoracic juncture.
Lower Limb Prosthesis
    • Partial Foot Prosthesis (PFP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the foot and/or toes below the ankle.
    • Syme’s Prosthesis (SP): Utilized for amputations of the foot and ankle just above the ankle joint.
    • Below Knee Prosthesis (BKP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the foot and ankle below the knee.
    • Knee Disarticulation Prosthesis (KDP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the foot, ankle and shin at the knee joint level.
    • Above Knee Prosthesis (AKP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the foot, ankle, shin and thigh above the knee joint level.
    • Hip Disarticulation Prosthesis (HDP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the complete leg involving the foot, ankle, shin and thigh at the hip joint level.
    • Hemipelvectomy Prosthesis (HP): Utilized for amputations or congenital absences of the complete leg involving the foot, ankle, shin, thigh, hip and pelvise.