We offer treatment plans for prosthetic limbs. APC cater's for all activity levels, from early post-operative management to specially designed prostheses.
We are committed to continuous learning, application of the latest technologies and evidence-based practice.
As a leader in our profession in Australia, we aim to make any interaction with APC Prosthetics a rewarding experience.
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APC’s willingness to support me and my wishes has thoroughly helped me keep my life on track, by updating me and training me to use the latest in prosthetic leg technology, since losing my leg in the accident.
Transtibial Amputee, Retired Train Driver
Lower limb prosthetic devices have three separate components which consist of prosthetic legs, knees, and the foot & ankle. These prosthetic limbs are generally made up of a socket that is custom-made to everyone’s residual limb as well as a combination of prosthetic components and other connective parts that joins the socket and components together.
Prosthetic legs come in various shapes sizes and designs, and clients may want to choose a custom design to be added to the final lamination of the leg. Alternatively, the option to make their legs look as cosmetic as possible with the same skin tone to look like their other limb.
Prosthetic knee units can become adaptive to your environment which is essential when walking on slopes and stairs. The ability to improve and adjust the prosthetic limbs allows clients the opportunity to achieve their goals and get the most out of their prostheses.
Prosthetic Foot and Ankle provide stability as well as flexibility for efficient and comfortable walking. Waterproof options are available in the shape of fins for those clients who love getting in the water to swim or surf.
Upper limb prostheses are designed to replicate prosthetic arms, to the look and function of a human arm. There are many different options which include but are not limited to passive and myoelectric prosthetics.
Prosthetic hands are interchangeable to make it easier for the clients to have the hand they need for a specific activity. Sport-specific prostheses are available for clients who participate in sports such as golf, fishing, and bike riding.
There are some low-level activity uses for these prosthetic limbs. For example, clients may require this for tasks where two hands are needed, such as a broom or a mop. The general use of custom tools makes it easier to do everyday tasks.
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