Forelimb Prosthetics – Is My Pet or Patient a Candidate?

In order for a pet/patient to be a candidate for a front leg prosthetic device, there are three minimum requirements needed: 1). The pet/patient needs to have at least 30%-40% of the radius and ulna remaining so that the pet/patient can control the prosthetic. Less...

Hindlimb Prosthetics – Is My Pet or Patient a Candidate?

In order for a pet/patient to be a candidate for a back leg prosthetic device, there are three minimum requirements needed: 1). The pet/patient must have at least 30%-40% of the tibia and fibula remaining so that the patient can control the prosthetic....

Featured Partner Clinic: Walking Paws Rehab (Colorado, USA)

Danyel Wynn DVM, CCRT, cVMA started her career at an equine rehabilitation center for injured or abused horses. She would assist with performing physical therapy on the horses and once healed train them to assist special needs children through hippotherapy. This...

Study on Clinical Outcomes for Prosthetic Cases

Our awesome Australian Partner Clinic, Dogs in Motion, participated in this study about outcomes for canine stump socket prosthetic patients. Click the link below to read more! Phillips2017_socket prosthetics outcomes