"Rob Murphy experimenting
with prototype dive legs
only 4 months after his accident!!!"
Cheers Matt
"It feels great to finally
be diving again with friends,
and getting some of my life back"
Rob Murphy
'When we were finally able to get started,
AneMary took right to the leg.
I used one of my proprietary suction
designs and it worked great.
She looked up at herself in the mirror
and I saw that bright smile of hers.
The next time I saw her, she just walked in
.. no walker, no canes…'
Matt & AneMary
"Little Jeff showing off
his new power ranger prosthesis,
losing his first tooth and learning
how to ride his bike all in one week!"
Matt and Scott show off
a Guy Harvey design on a socket.
Patients love the custom
patterns we can create
for their prosthesis.
Matt & Scott
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Gait Training

If you want to learn something faster, a coach who has experience is the way to go. This is especially true for amputees.
Now, many amputees start walking without difficulty and think they do not need any gait training. Well, it really depends on your ultimate goals with your prosthesis.
There are tips and tricks that a good therapist will teach you. Especially one that has experience with amputees. Here in south Florida, I coordinate with my patient’s therapist to meet and work out a game plan together. I also teach several accredited coursed for therapists to learn my philosophies on amputee gait training.
I even designed and made two pairs of prosthetic legs for NON-AMPUTEES. Yep, therapists get to walk on prosthetic legs and get an idea of what the issues are for amputees. The courses have been very well received and we have a lot of fun while learning.
In my office, I do some initial gait training, but the learning is a fluid process that changes as you improve, so I can’t really do what is needed. If you want to maximize the use of your prosthesis, I will refer you to therapists that I trust to get you back on your feet.

  • Gait Training
  • Gait Training