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Two thirds of amputees never receive a prosthesis of any kind.

Two thirds of amputees never receive a prosthesis of any kind.

The triple study act re-enforces Kaufman’s assertion that roughly Two Thirds of the amputee population can’t get a prosthesis. And a new study to be published in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Vascular Surgery (JVS) tells the same story from a slightly different angle. According to this report, only 42 percent of new lower-limb amputees are referred to a prosthetist by their surgical care team or primary care physician.

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Amputee Mountain Climber

Amputee of the Month Awareness Program

Hello Amputees!

This is YOUR CHANCE to be RECOGNIZED and FEATURED on the Synergy website and Facebook page as the amputee of the month who has “TAKEN ACTION” and contributed in a conversation to help build awareness and educate other amputees as well as continuum of care providers.

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Synergy van

Standards For Prosthetics and Orthotics

Synergy Prosthetics delivers care that complies to the highest standards to patients where they reside. We follow and exceed the
WHO standards for Prosthetics and Orthotics. Our patient care vehicles are equipped with all the tools and supplies needed to make adjustments on-site eliminating the need to take an amputees device from them.

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Synergy CPO helping patient

Prosthetics and Orthotics: What’s the Difference?

Synergy Prosthetics prides itself on achieving positive patient outcomes with every patient we have the pleasure of working with. We believe a progressive approach and attention to detail is critical when it comes too assisting patients and the care they receive. Our entire team, from CPO, to customer service, admin staff, and lab techs are trained to ensure all Synergy patients are fully educated and know what to expect throughout their entire continuum of care.

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Deep Vein Thrombosis

March – DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) Awareness Month

Deep Vein Thrombosis is the silent killer of about 300,000 Americans a year. Many Americans have been directly and indirectly affected by DVT.  These deaths are caused by blood clots in the legs and arms making their way to the lungs or brain. It is important to recognize and spread awareness of the early warning signs of these fatal blood clots to make this silent killer more noticeable in time. In remembrance and acknowledgement of those affected by DVT, here are a few resources to further your awareness and options to show support. 

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