A Quarter Of Adults Are Too Inactive, Putting Health At Risk

September 28th 2018

More than a quarter of the world’s adults - or 1.4 billion people - take too little exercise, putting them at higher risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and cancers, according to a World Health Organization-led study.

In 2016, around one in three women and one in four…

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STEM HUB Students Design Prosthetic Hands For Children In Need

September 19th 2018

Hand in Hand located in Buffalo , NY is a two week program, organized by WNY STEM Hub, that brings together dozens of local students to create prosthetic hands for three local kids, and two children overseas. Tuesday, the students took measurements of the children that will be getting these…

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Labor Day Hours

August 29th 2018

ABILITY Prosthetics & Orthotics would like to wish you and your family a very safe and Happy Labor Day Weekend! In order to give our employees time to spend with their families our office hours are as follows:

Friday, August 31, 2018 8:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Monday, September 3, 2018…

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Bilateral Above Knee Amputee Using Stubbie

August 29th 2018

The Stubbies are a teaching tool for new bilateral AK patients and then they progress to adding knees and feet as their balance and walking stance strengthen. These stubbie sockets were personalized and fabricated here at ABILITY!

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Superman Action Hero Prosthetic Leg

August 22nd 2018

Here at Ability Prosthetics and Orthotics, our goal is to always provide the most genuine caring approach and provide our patients with their wishes and designs when possible. So when a patient provided us with a shirt for inspiration our practitioners got busy creating! 

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Prosthetic Ankle Responds to Gait and Terrain

August 7th 2018

Prosthetic limbs are getting better and more personalized, but useful as they are, they’re still a far cry from the real thing. This new prosthetic ankle is a little closer than others, though: it moves on its own, adapting to its user’s gait and the surface on which it lands.…

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A New Life for Old Limbs

July 25th 2018

 I have a closet floor cluttered with sockets, liners, feet, knees and sundry attachments and fixtures. It’s a macabre hoard of fake leg parts and, honestly, I don’t know what most of it does. Altogether, it’s gazillions of dollars’ worth of technology that just lies there in my own private…

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Service Dog Brings Newfound Independence

July 5th 2018

Life changed for Chelsey Price in 2010, when she contracted a bacterial infection after tubing on the Comal River, which led to a bilateral below-knee amputation. Then, it changed again when she received her service dog Pablo, free of charge, from Canine Companions for Independence.

“When I got home, I…

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Fourth of July Hours

June 27th 2018

Holiday Hours: 

Tuesday, July 3, 2018: Early closing 8:30-3:30
Wednesday, July 4, 2018: CLOSED

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Driving Fore Diabetes Golf Tournament

June 26th 2018

Driving Fore Diabetes Golf Tournament in honor of raising funds and awareness for all the children in our community affected by Diabetes. It's an incredible cause and the men and women that put it together are very passionate about what they do. All proceeds go to send kids with type 1…

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