WE BELIEVE IN COMMUNITY.

Prosthetic Orthotic Institute invites you to join us for a day of Collaboration, Growth, and Contribution. Register now, at eventbrite.com.

Physical Therapist Industry Connect combines CEU training sessions, team breakout activities, and community/group experience sharing to help PT professionals grow their industry knowledge, improve their patient case management skills, and connect with industry experts.

 

THE EXPERTISE YOU NEED.

POI offers a wide range of services from a knowledgeable and experienced staff, including:

Prosthetics

Orthotics

Education

SUBMIT A PRESCRIPTION TODAY.

 Contact us and fax our clinic locations with a prosthesis or orthosis prescription for your patient:

Rock Hill

P 803-980-5080
F 803-980-5083

Lancaster

P 803-283-8774
F 803-283-8780

Pineville

P 704-697-1105
F 704-544-3438

2 MINUTES ON WHY POI DOES IT BETTER.

We reduce headaches for referral resources, ultimately providing a better experience for the patient. Watch our video below for the details. In order to provide a prosthetic or orthotic solution for our patients, we must submit the following to the payer for approval:...

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POI Interviews Double Amputee Derrick McClintock

Russ Sorrells of Prosthetic Orthotic Institute has a candid conversation with McClintock, who shares his experiences dealing with two leg amputations due to complications from diabetes. He is a shining example of positivity in the face of adversity....

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EXTERNAL PATIENT RESOURCES.

Learning from the experiences of others makes it much easier to adjust to life following an amputation. Here are some resources we recommend sharing with your patients.

POI has an active Facebook community for our patients.  This group can help answer questions about how others are overcoming mobility obstacles.  This is a support group for POI patients only.

The Amputee Coalition is an excellent source of inspiration, encouragement, and experience. They are the nation’s leading organization on limb loss, dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for amputees and their families.
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