We serve pediatric and adult patients in need of orthotic or prosthetic care.
Our certified practitioners have several specialty areas which include lower extremity ankle foot orthoses, OA knee orthoses, knee ankle foot orthoses, pediatric care, and upper and lower extremity prosthetics. Our team has a combined 38 plus years’ experience, including extensive work with the Shriners Hospitals.
Our goal is to help acutely injured or permanently challenged individuals progress through their rehabilitation to attain the fastest healing and highest quality of life possible. Our patient population encompasses all age groups, from infants to geriatrics, with the goals remaining the same…to help the physically challenged achieve their greatest potential.
Your care team spends time listening to your particular needs in order to provide the most appropriate care. Each patient is unique and they are treated as whole individuals regardless of their limb absence or orthotic need. Just as we take great care to manufacture the highest quality device, we understand that follow-up and continuous care is the key to long term success.
When seeking scoliosis treatment, protocol is determined by the referring physician. This procedure can be different for different doctors, and the Collier and Laurence team members work closely with your providers to provide the best possible outcome for our patients.
Our certified practitioners specialize in providing the best possible service to our patients and developing custom orthotics for the most complex deformity or controlling anatomy instability.
Our custom-made AFO family of orthoses are designed for maximum patient comfort therefore resulting in a higher rate of success for the patient.
Our RGO trained practitioners are enabling people with mobility impairments more freedom with Ambulation Device Training for Adult and Pediatric patients. When fit with the proper Reciprocating Gait Orthosis (RGO), training and a lot of determination, patients can get out of their wheelchair and walk again.
Collier practitioners are your helping hand with growing and changing pediatric needs.
Certain pediatric orthopedic conditions require the knowledge and skill of a pediatric orthopedic specialist.
It is always important to Follow-up after each fitting. We want to give our patients the opportunity for questions, adjustments and reassurance.
Our practitioners listen to their patients. Whether their issue is short-term, and especially when it is long-term. We want to understand the emotional journey of our patients to better help them with their physical progress.
Our team of certified practitioners take the necessary time to provide each patient with device training. Their many years of experience is a resource for the patient and care team, including family members.
A patient care team includes Collier practitioners, physicians, therapists and family members. Communication among all is vital for the best outcome of the patient.