ProCare Prosthetics & Orthotics
It is the mission of ProCare to provide professional, high quality prosthetic and orthotic service in a caring environment that is responsive to the needs of patients, family, staff, and medical care providers. In its 23 years of service, ProCare has opened four locations in the state of Georgia. Each of these locations takes pride in manufacturing a superior product that is a direct result of a company-wide collaboration and continuous interaction with the patient.
ProCare’s service doesn’t just stop at the final product. They have a continuum of care that includes Physical Therapy, Grief Therapy, and advanced levels of activities including Triathlon and precision sports analysis. A ProCare patient truly receives the highest-quality care that will help them return to their new normal life successfully.
What sets ProCare apart is their specialized team of counselors and amputees who are focused on the patient’s mental health and well-being. This team is dedicated to providing patients with resources that will empower them to make decisions for their future and to be advocates for themselves and their needs. The ProCare team is truly “Making it Possible” for patients to reach their individual goals and outcomes, and Ottobock is proud to recognize them as our March 2019 Ottobock Hero.
How it works
Each month, we’ll pick an organization (from the submissions) that embodies our brand values of human, inventive, and reliable. Monthly winners will be featured on our social channels and website, and will receive a plaque to display proudly in their offices. We’ll also arrange a local photographer to come to their office for a photo shoot with their team. And finally, these winners will be entered for a chance to win a trip to our North American Headquarters in Austin, Texas.
For the past 100 years, we've made it our daily mission to improve the quality of life for our users by helping them regain and maintain their freedom of movement. We take pride in the technology and innovation of our product lines and the staff who work for us. We strive to improve outcomes and advance the standard of care for thousands of people around the world.
1 in 200
people are living with limb loss in the US, according to the National Limb Loss Information Center.
patient care facilities provide orthotic and prosthetic services, according to the American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association.
people are estimated to be living with limb loss in Canada, according to The War Amps' website.