You Have Choice in Your Prosthetic Care
We’ll assess, fit or build you artificial limbs that will function as it was designed.
Let Prosthetic Energy Inc. provide the solutions to your mobility issues. Whether your goal is to walk or run, we offer the latest in comfortable artificial limbs and limb support products. As a full-service prosthetic limb facility that will assess, fit and build artificial limbs, we not only provide prosthetics, but also deliver other services to help you adapt to your new limb. Whether you’re dealing with diabetes, cancer, peripheral vascular disease or injuries from a traumatic accident, we maintain regular follow-ups to ensure your prosthesis continues to fit and function as it was designed. We also sell skin products.
In business for more than 35 years, Prosthetic Energy offers service at multiple branches located throughout the Greater Toronto Area with your convenience in mind. We provide a quiet, intimate space where we spend time with each client to listen to and solve fitting issues. We also offer free parking. Prosthetic Energy is also a vendor for:
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You could consider us a “boutique prosthetic experience” compared to the larger, busier, and usually less personal hospital based prosthetic facilities. Your funding is the same regardless of where you are looked after. Come and enjoy a smaller, more relaxed, personal atmosphere where there is more time to spend servicing your specific needs.
At Prosthetic Energy Inc., we have satellite clinics in Scarborough, Mississauga (Credit Valley Hospital) and Guelph (St. Joseph’s Health Centre). We have easy access to free parking as well as reduced travel distance and time to appointments. Additionally, we offer flexible appointment scheduling for quicker access when you require adjustments or repairs. Book a free consultation now, and see if we are able to help you.
If you would like more information regarding funding options, please view our Help and Advice section. Please note that referrals are not required for a consultation with a prosthetist. A referral from your family physician is sufficient to be seen in the amputee clinic.