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Care Instructions

The care, treatment, or services provided by Inland Artificial Limb & Brace, at all times, is in accordance with a licensed physician's prescribing order. We make every effort to satisfy the needs of each orthotic and prosthetic patient.

The success of the orthotic and/or prosthetic care is dependent not only on the competency of our practitioners and appropriateness of the orthosis and/or prosthesis, but also upon its effective use by the patient. Inland Artificial Limb & Brace strives to provide appropriate instruction and information to our patients as to the purpose, function, care, and use of the prescribed orthosis and/or prosthesis that can enhance the benefits of the orthotic and/or prosthetic care and management.

Patient Services

The patient is provided with both verbal and written instructions on the following:

    • -Operating the equipment
      -Relative Safety Aspect
      -Preventative maintenance and clearing
      -On-site troubleshooting procedures

Our corporation also provides appropriate patient follow up care, consistent with the services rendered and according to the patient's diagnosis. This allows us to review and advise relative to the fit, function, and safety of the orthosis or prosthesis as well as keep an update on our patient's progress. Inland Artificial Limb & Brace, Incorporated is dedicated to the ultimate health, safety and well being of our patients.

Should you have any questions concerning your treatment or are experiencing any problems, please contact our offices. Our practitioners will work with you and your doctor to choose the best way to approach your specific treatment plan.

Care Pamphlets

  • Corset
  • Halo Vest
  • Body Jacket
  • Residual Limb
  • Shoe Care Instuctions
  • Scoliosis Orthosis (TLSO)
  • Ankle Foot Orthotic (AFO)
  • Wrist Hand Orthosis (WHO)
  • Foot Orthotic (Arch Support)
  • Knee Ankle Foot Orthosis (KAFO)
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    Disclaimer: The Brochures are not intended to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice. Should you have any questions always consult with your treating physician.