Pediatric Prosthesis Help
Choose a prosthetist who will treat the family and the patient.
Your first step towards healing is to speak with a practitioner who listens.
When your child is in need of a prosthesis, you are likely feeling overwhelmed. It is very important that you find a prosthetist who will listen to your needs. As children grow and develop they will likely need new devices and help learning how to use them. Over time you will likely build a closer relationship with your child’s prosthetist than your other providers.
With extensive experience gained while working at Shriners Hospitals for Children, our CCS Paneled Pediatric Practitioners are well prepared to handle all aspects of patient care for growing patients and their families.
Collier’s Orthotic & Prosthetic Pediatric Practitioners are available for consultation at our Sacramento and Pleasant Hill locations.
George Villarruel has trained our team in all aspects of care for young patients and their families. His psychology background helps him understand patient care and help our patients heal on the outside and the inside.
Our caring and compassionate practitioners make patient care their first priority.