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Back Leg Prosthetics

An OrthoPets Pelvic (Hind Limb) Prosthesis (animal prosthetic) can be a great solution providing mobility and restoration of your pet’s comfort and biomechanics. The old saying that a 3-legged dog does fine has been disproven through advanced research at Colorado State University among other research facilities. 4-legged animals do better and suffer less compensatory problems than their 3-legged friends.
 

There are many reasons why a pet presents with a missing a back leg including trauma, congenital deformity, or related orthopedic and oncological issues. Regardless of the reason, OrthoPets fabricates a custom state-of-the-art prosthesis for each animal’s specific needs.
 

OrthoPets will evaluate the animal’s residual limb, patient goals, and medical history to determine if the patient is an appropriate candidate for our innovative prosthetic solutions. Considerations for candidacy include amount of remaining limb, condition of remaining anatomical joints, condition of the skin along the end of the remaining limb, and evaluation of the radiographs (x-rays) of the limb.
 

Through the appropriate application and use of an OrthoPets Prosthetics (animal prosthetics), coupled with rehabilitation therapy, your pet can regain lost quality of life, mobility, comfort, and function.

An OrthoPets Pelvic (Hind Limb) Prosthesis (animal prosthetic) can be a great solution providing mobility and restoration of your pet’s comfort and biomechanics. The old saying that a 3-legged dog does fine has been disproven through advanced research at Colorado State University among other research facilities. 4-legged animals do better and suffer less compensatory problems than their 3-legged friends.
 

There are many reasons why a pet presents with a missing a back leg including trauma, congenital deformity, or related orthopedic and oncological issues. Regardless of the reason, OrthoPets fabricates a custom state-of-the-art prosthesis for each animal’s specific needs.
 

OrthoPets will evaluate the animal’s residual limb, patient goals, and medical history to determine if the patient is an appropriate candidate for our innovative prosthetic solutions. Considerations for candidacy include amount of remaining limb, condition of remaining anatomical joints, condition of the skin along the end of the remaining limb, and evaluation of the radiographs (x-rays) of the limb.
 

Through the appropriate application and use of an OrthoPets Prosthetics (animal prosthetics), coupled with rehabilitation therapy, your pet can regain lost quality of life, mobility, comfort, and function.

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Hours of Operation:

**Revised Covid-19 hours:

Monday 10:00am-6:00pm

Tuesday 10:00am-8:30pm

Wednesday 10:00am-8:30pm

Thursday 10:00am-6:00pm

Friday 10:00am-6:00pm

Saturday 9:30am-5:30pm  

Phone or text:

(306) 522-7152

Fax:

(306) 522-7156

1801 McAra St Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 6C6

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