About Anew Life Prosthetics & Orthotics
Anew Life Prosthetics and Orthotics, LLC is a destination prosthetic and orthotic practice located in the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan. Our historic Albert Khan building has American with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility and compliance. We are a full-service provider from head to toe, pediatric to geriatric, including hospice. We also provide home and clinic visits for people unable to travel to our office and fabrication laboratory.
Our goal at Anew Life is help anyone with limb loss whether an amputee (AK, BK, Symes, Lisfranc, TMA or trans-metatarsal amputation, Forequarter), or someone with a lifelong condition (CP / cerebral palsy, MS, PVD, diabetes) or someone with temporary limb loss such as a sprain, strain or broken bone (Fx, Frx) to return to the life they choose. We want you to show your pride and be an inspiration to help others through the recovery process.
Our prosthetists and orthotists are Board for Certification / Accreditation (BOC, BOCO, BOCP) and American Board of Certification (ABC, CO, CP) certified. We fabricate orthoses and prostheses via traditional methods such as hand casting and plaster modeling as well as using technology, science, and state of the art digital capture through scanning, Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD / CAM) 3D printing technology (3DP).
We want every amputee or person with limb loss to live their life with strength, courage and confidence and give them the motivation and determination to do whatever they put their mind to.
We work with the patient and their family, caregiver, doctor, referral source and insurance (Humana, BCBS, Meridian, Medicare) companies. We provide education and training for donning (putting device on), doffing (taking device off), care, cleaning, break in / wearing schedule, and precautions. Our knowledgeable team provides introductory gait (standing and walking) training to increase step length and gait speed. We also coordinate with other health care practitioners such as physical (PT) or occupational therapists (OT). We encourage pre and post-operative care for contracture for longer term therapy, strength training and rehabilitation. Our commitment is to our patient’s full recovery; We pride ourselves on helping people with limb loss return to life. Each patient is unique and so is their treatment plan.