About Us – Orthotic and Prosthetic Patient Care

Collier’s Orthotic and Prosthetic Patient Care Team is here to help.

Our Pleasant Hill location serves patients in the East Bay.

Collier O and P is a full service Orthotics and Prosthetics facility that has been serving patients in Northern California since 1988. Our certified practitioners have several specialty areas which include Upper Extremity Prosthetics, Lower Extremity Prosthetics, Pediatric Specialty Care in Prosthetics and Orthotics, Sports and High Activity Prosthetics.

We can help patients who have recently experienced a traumatic amputation and are in need of education about their prosthetic device options. We can also be a resource for existing amputees who are frustrated with their lower or upper extremity prosthesis.

Our Orthotics experience includes: Lower Extremity Knee Orthotics with specialty in Osteoarthritis and Sports Injuries.

Members of our practitioner team have a combined 38+ years’ experience fitting and educating children about the care of their stump and prosthetic device. Our pediactric prosthetic practitioners experience includes extensive work with the Shriners Hospitals.

Get to know our Certified Prosthetists

The Collier Philosophy:
Patients are our First Priority

The Collier Team spends time listening to our patients and their particular needs in order to provide the most appropriate care. Each patient is unique and they are treated as whole individuals regardless of their limb absence or orthotic need. Just as we take great care to manufacture the highest quality device, we understand that follow-up and continuous care is the key to long term success. Follow-up contact after each fitting gives the patient opportunity for questions, adjustments and reassurance.


Our practitioners listen to their patients. Whether their issue is short-term, and especially when it is long-term. We want to understand the emotional journey of our patients to better help them with their physical progress.


Our team of certified practitioners take the necessary time to provide each patient with device training. Their many years of experience is a resource for the patient and care team, including family members.


A patient care team includes Collier practitioners, physicians, therapists and family members. Communication among all is vital for the best outcome of the patient.