My name is Tyler Pearson. I am an orthotic & prosthetic technician and I started at Horton’s in 2014. My favorite part of being a technician really is being able to utilize my hand skills and knowing that it has a direct impact on someone’s daily life.
Life throws a lot of challenges at people who are coping with limb loss. Add to that the challenges of adjusting to prosthetics, and the questions can really add up.
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Receiving a new prosthesis is an enormous event in a child’s life, from learning how to care for it, to the complex emotional response it evokes in themselves and in others.
It is important to know that you are not alone when it comes to understanding how pediatric orthotics Arkansas will fit into your child’s world. By undertaking basic research, talking to your child’s prosthetic provider, and breaking down this information into simple pieces for your child, she will soon feel comfortable adapting to her new prosthesis.
Remember – your prosthetic will be ready about two weeks AFTER your insurance approves your claim. We can’t begin production until your insurance has approved your prosthetic. We know how frustrating the wait can be, and we do everything in our power to make sure that your prosthetic gets to you as soon as humanly possible. Thank you for your understanding and patience.