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Products and Services

Orthotics

What is orthotics?

Orthotics is the science and practice of evaluating, measuring, designing, fabricating, assembling, fitting, adjusting or servicing an orthosis. Orthotists work with a prescription from a licensed physician, chiropractor or podiatrist to correct or alleviate neuromuscular or musculoskeletal dysfunction, disease, injury or deformity. The field began to expand in the late 1950's after World War II and an outbreak of polio increased the need for orthoses.

What is an orthotist?

Our team at Total Care O&P is prepared to address your orthotic needs

An orthotist is an allied healthcare professional who is specifically educated and trained to manage comprehensive orthotic patient care. This includes patient assessment, formation of a treatment plan, implementation of the treatment plan, follow-up and practice management.

Orthoses (Braces and Supports) are either custom-fit or custom-made to meet individual needs. Our certified staff is experienced in treating patients with hundreds of different diagnosis. From orthopedic trauma, disease processes, neuromuscular disorders, developmental disorders, post-polio, sports injury, post-op, and many more. We work with Pediatric to Geriatric and everyone in-between.

Working in conjunction with your physician or therapist, our emphasis is placed on the needs and goals of the individual patient. Our decision making is not based on the time it will take a clinician but on how to obtain the best possible results for our patients.

With our on-site laboratory and available technicians we are able to quickly fabricate and modify custom devices as needed. We know that we are not just fitting a product to fill a prescription; we are finding the best solution to fit a life!

Total Care Orthotics and Prosthetics fits a full range of orthopedic bracing devices including spinal, lower and upper extremity orthotic devices including but not limited to:

  • Athletic Equipment Modification
  • Athletic Orthoses
  • WalkAide System-Functional Electronical Stimulation (FES)
  • Cervical Collars
  • Cranial Remolding Helmets
  • Diabetic Footwear
  • Foot Orthoses
  • Osteoarthritis and ACL Knee Braces
  • Scoliosis Bracing
  • Stance Control Knee and Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthoses
  • Wound Care Bracing
  • UCBLs
  • AFOs
  • KAFOs
  • HKAFOs
  • REOs

Prosthetics

What is prosthetics?

Prosthetics is the science and practice of evaluating, designing, fabricating, fitting and delivering a prosthesis or artificial limb. The profession is unique as it combines art with science, and rewarding because of the personal satisfaction in improving the quality of life for amputees. The field began to expand in the late 1950's after World War II and the need for prosthetic devices increased.

What is a prosthetist?

A prosthetist is an allied healthcare professional who is specifically educated and trained to manage comprehensive prosthetic patient care. This includes patient assessment, formation of a treatment plan, implementation of the treatment plan, follow-up and practice management.

Prostheses (artificial limbs) are custom-made high-tech devices used to replace an absent or deficient body part. These devices are designed to enhance the lives of the individuals who wear them. We strive to approach each individual skillfully and compassionately and to help our patients achieve their physical goals.

We offer a variety of services ranging from geriatric, pediatric, to sports and computer controlled micro-processor prosthetics.

Total Care Orthotics and Prosthetics provide services for upper and lower extremity prosthetics. Our prosthetics include specialty prostheses for athletics and computer programmed products and imaging including:

  • Myoelectric technology
  • i-LIMB™ and DynamicArm® for upper extremities
  • VASS technology and LimbLogic&trade VS for residual limb management
  • C-Leg® and Genium™ technology

Lower Extremity

  • Transfemoral "AK" or Above the Knee Amputation
  • Transtibial "BK" or Below the Knee Amputation
  • Hip Disarticulation
  • Knee Disarticulation
  • Partial Foot
  • Symes (Ankle Disarticulation)

Upper Extremity

  • Partial Hand
  • Shoulder Disarticulation
  • Transhumeral
  • Transradial
  • Wrist Disarticulation

Pedorthics

What is pedorthics?

Pedorthics is the science and practice of evaluating, fabricating and delivery of footwear and foot orthoses to prevent or improve painful or disabling conditions of the foot and ankle caused by disease, congenital defect, overuse or injury. The word pedorthics first appeared in medical dictionaries in 1980, although the field itself began to emerge in the late 1950's after World War II and an outbreak of polio created a need to deal with foot trauma and deformities.

What is a pedorthist?

A pedorthist is an allied healthcare professional who is specifically educated and trained to manage comprehensive patient care for orthotic needs that originate from the ankle and below. This includes patient assessment, formation of a treatment plan, implementation of the treatment plan, follow-up and practice management. -Foot Orthoses "Orthotics"

  • Sport Specific Orthotics
  • Athletic Footwear
  • Diabetic Inserts and Shoes
  • Custom Molded Shoes
  • Partial Foot Fillers
  • Shoe Modifications / Elevations

Hospital Services

Total Care O&P has working relationships with many area hospitals including Saint Francis, St. Johns and Hillcrest.

We provide emergency trauma care (HALO's), post-op orthopedic surgery stabilization, post-amputation, and fracture management. With a reputation for unmatched service, quick response, and availability 24/7, we are here to meet your patient needs.

We provide counseling and immediate post-operative solutions and services to prosthetic amputee patients

A unique service we offer is coordinated follow-up care. In conjunction with a case manager, discharge planner and Doctor, we follow-up with the patient at our office, transitional care centers, SNF, or the patients' home. All patients are evaluated and treated by certified professionals. We educate every patient on the use and care of every product they receive from us.

Our practitioners follow hospital protocols for ER's, ICU's, and trauma wards concerning documentation, charting, HIPAA privacy, and credentialing. Whether you need a simple wrist sprint, a custom TLSO body jacket, or an emergency Halo, our professionals will have you covered.

Sports Medicine and Other Services

Patient wearing custom facemask by Total Care Orthotics and Prosthetics custom facemask

Total Care O&P works directly with many team physicians and athletic trainers from state universities and local high schools. Pictured to the right is a custom face mask design specifically for nose protection.

Skilled Nursing Facilities/ Care Homes

We service nursing and care homes throughout the Tulsa area and work with a variety of health care professionals. We pride ourselves on our prompt service and dedicated staff that are willing to go above and beyond to provide all our patients with the highest level of care.

Billing/Authorization

Our friendly office staff pre-authorizes insurance benefits and completes all paperwork necessary for third party billing, including worker's compensation, private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid.

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Contact/Locate Us

6565 S. Yale Ste 901
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136

Phone:
918.502.5975

Hours:
M-F: 8am - 5pm

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Total Care Orthotics & Prosthetics
6565 S. Yale Suite 901 - Tulsa, Oklahoma 74136
Phone: (918) 502-5975 / Fax: (918) 502-5980