Limbsmith is a full service prosthetic central fabrication facility located in Southern Ontario
Robert Lindsay is a graduate of the George Brown College Prosthetic and Orthotic Technical program with over 10 years experience working as a Prothetic Technician at one of the largest and busiest P&O Departments in Canada.
“Early on I realized that an affordable Central Fabrication alternative did not exist in Canada. That model has thrived in the U.S. for years but no one has made it economical here. If the cost of sending work out to a central fab is prohibitively higher than doing it in house, then the Central Fab concept is not viable. Limbsmith is the practically priced premium service that fills the Canadian C-Fab void.”
Your work load can vary due to the cyclical nature of the business. Often it comes down to deciding on hiring another technician, working long hours to keep up, or longer wait times for patients. Limbsmith is the affordable alternative that has not existed in Canada until now. As your principal fabrication source or as a safety net to get you through those busy periods, Limbsmith is here to help.
Limbsmith is dedicated to providing the highest standards in service and quality to practitioners and their patients across Canada and the U.S. The finest quality work when you need it, at the best price.
From the simplest test socket to the most complex of prosthetic devices
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