Welcome to Georgia Prosthetics!
Located in Atlanta, Georgia, we have been proudly serving amputees in the southeast since our founding in 1964. We are certified and accredited by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics & Pedorthics.
The prosthetics field is constantly evolving, with newer, more advanced technology constantly being developed. These advancements can make a tremendous difference in the life of an amputee. We provide patients with pain-free prosthetic solutions that utilize the latest technology and are made with the highest quality materials. We place great importance on making sure the prosthesis is not only highly functional, but also comfortable to use.
Pain-free Prosthetics Solutions to Meet Your Lifestyle
- We offer a wide range of services to meet the needs of each and every patient, including upper extremity prosthetics, knees, feet, and high-performing sockets.
- We expertly and carefully match top-of-the-line products to our patients’ needs.
- We help patients with all types of lifestyles who simply need a device to perform daily tasks or who participate in high-intensity athletics.
Caring, Passionate Professionals to Serve You
Our team of experienced, caring professionals is committed to helping patients achieve the highest levels of function and comfort possible. In addition to superior craftsmanship, patients can expect personalized service and excellent care. We are passionate about what we do, and we are committed to seeing each patient achieve success with his or her prosthetic device.
High Quality Prosthesis Created for You!
We understand that a prosthetic device is a significant investment, which is why we make it as easy as possible to obtain a high-quality prosthesis. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance.
We also charge no consultation fees, provide expedited fabrication for patients in the southeast, and accept emergency cases without appointments. In addition, we file all necessary forms for you and offer payment plans to best suit your needs.
We believe that, with the right prosthesis, any amputee can live an active, independent lifestyle. Our mission is to make that happen. If you or a loved one is in need of a high quality, pain-free prosthetic device, we want to work with you.
Contact our office to schedule a free consultation and speak with one of our experienced clinicians.
Dan has years of experience & it shows. He stays up to date on the latest technology, & for me as a hemipelvectomy, that is so important. If it weren't for the persistence of Dan & his team, my leg might never have been approved by my insurance provider. He went the extra mile not only to help me get it approved, but to study the latest techniques to help build a prosthesis I could wear all day! Everyone at Ga Prosthetics makes you feel like one of the family while you are there... And their Coca-Cola comes in the original glass bottle, too!Read More
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a prosthesis?
A prosthesis is essentially an artificial (or replacement) body part. It is fully customized to fit your lifestyle and your needs as an amputee.
How many appointments are needed for my first prosthetic device?
Several appointments will be needed, especially if this is your first prosthetic device. Our trained clinicians will help you get fitted with the best device for your lifestyle. We will speak with you about your lifestyle so that we can customize the artificial limb(s) to cater to your needs. We will guide you through the decision-making process, and help you function comfortably with your new prosthesis.
Can I play sports with my new artificial foot?
Yes, you can have an active lifestyle, play sports, and move around comfortably. Our prosthetic devices are fully customized to fit you and your lifestyle. We have trained, experienced technicians who will help you decide the best prosthetic device to fit your needs.
Will my insurance pay for the prosthetics services I need?
Every patient’s health insurance policy is different. However, most insurance companies do cover portions (if not all) of your prosthetic care expenses. One of our friendly team members will assist you with necessary paperwork to file a claim and to determine how much your insurance will cover.