It’s my mission, honor and privilege to get my patients moving and I look forward to adding the latest in technology to my offerings.
Wayne, NJ (PRWEB) September 30, 2014
Today’s advanced medical technology allows Americans to survive injuries and disease that would have been untreatable in the past. Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics in Wayne, NJ is at the forefront of applying new technology to help amputees to not only survive but to thrive in their lives with their new prosthesis. Their recent investment in the OMEGA® Tracer® System, one of the leading CAD/CAM solutions in the world, further highlights Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics’ commitment to bringing the latest technology in their field to the patients that they serve.
By using the OMEGA Tracer System, Brooke Artesi, CP, LPO, and owner of Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics will greatly enhance her ability to serve her amputee patients. The OMEGA Tracer software and OMEGA Scanner enable prosthetists to capture an amputee’s limb shape with an amazing level of accuracy, modify the shape to create a successfully fitting socket, and then fabricate the socket more quickly for the patient. Artesi can also create custom-designed socket interfaces using this digital technology to greatly reduce the wear and tear that amputees commonly experience on their residual limbs.
Besides receiving the OMEGA Tracer System, Artesi spent three days of hands-on training conducted by the manufacturer’s training staff in the use of this innovative and powerful CAD/CAM solution. Combining this specialized education and experience with this new technology will allow Artesi’s patient amputees to receive outstanding care in a comfortable, clean, highly-efficient, and accurate manner.
“I am really excited to bring the Omega Tracer System, the latest in technology for amputees, to my practice. It’s my mission, honor and privilege to get my patients moving and I look forward to adding the latest in technology to my offerings,” said Artesi.
The OMEGA Tracer System is developed and supported by The Ohio Willow Wood Company, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacture of prosthetic products, located in Mt. Sterling, Ohio.
Sunshine Prosthetics and Orthotics is located at 1700 Route 23 North, Suite 180, in Wayne, New Jersey, where they provide a full range of services for amputees and other physically challenged adults and children. Call 973-696-8100 to learn more about their custom services or visit their website at http://www.SunshinePandO.com.