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Patient Care

Our dedication to patient care means going the extra mile for patients to help them get the most out of life.


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Scheduling an Appointment?

When planning a visit to your area Prosthetic Laboratories location, make sure to call ahead to set an appointment with your practitioner. We ask that you make the call ahead of time to give our practitioners time to schedule you into their day.

To help you with this step, we have created a link to show you where we have current office locations as well as near by hotels if you need to spend the night.

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​First Time Patient?

When you arrive for your first appointment, please allow enough time to complete the new patient information form, if you have not previously done so.

Also Bring:

  • All insurance cards (including Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial Insurance, VA, etc.) If your injury is related to Workers Compensation or an auto accident, bring you claim number and adjuster contact information.
  • A valid prescription from your physician
  • Valid identification (Passport, Drivers license, State Identification Card)

Your first appointment as a new patient may vary in length depending on the service required. Some procedures require measurements and casting, so you may want to wear shorts or other loose, comfortable clothing, including undergarments. Prosthetic Laboratories, Inc. practitioners make every attempt to be on time for each appointment. We also ask that you do the same so that we are able to devote the appropriate time to your care. This gives your PLOR practitioner ample time to get to know you and answer your questions. If you cannot keep an appointment, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance.

During this visit, the practitioner will visit with you to learn about your needs, expectations and lifestyle goals as well as complete an individualized evaluation. You will undoubtedly have many questions: we encourage you to be prepared so that you get the most from your appointment (some patients find it helpful to write out their questions ahead of time to avoid forgetting important items they would like to discuss.).