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Real Life


Prosthetic and Alloplastic Restoration

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At Real Life Prosthetics™, we restore ability by fabricating customized prostheses that deliver exceptional comfort, peak performance, and cosmetic appearance. With clinics conveniently located in Maryland and Delaware, our personable approach ensures you receive the highest quality care and support. Experience the difference as we restore both body and spirit, giving you the comfort and confidence you deserve.

OUR PLEDGE to Our Patients

We understand and appreciate the trust you place in us.
While our business relies on medical science, engineering and space-age technology, we know that you rely on us for personal, dignified care in providing orthotics and prosthetics that enhance your quality of life and sense of well-being.  We pledge to meet your expectations.
Whether your needs are short-term or lifelong, you can expect from us the same honesty, professionalism, timeliness and reliability that we expect from ourselves.

Jonas W. Seeberg

Certified Prosthetist and Orthotist


Real Life Prosthetics

Jonas W. Seeberg, CPO/LPO, President and Clinical Director of Real Life Prosthetics, has always had a driving passion for fabricating, one-of-a-kind, custom orthotic and prosthetic devices, for all levels of amputation and disability.



Real Life Prosthetics Clinical Team (Left to Right) Olivia G. Slaughter, MSPO, CPO, Steven P. Lattanzi, CP/LP, COA, Jonas W. Seeberg, CPO/LPO, FAAOP, and Mitch Stuchlik, CPO/LPO

Clinical Team (Left to Right)

Olivia G. Slaughter, MSPO, CPO, Steven P. Lattanzi, CP/LP, COA, Jonas W. Seeberg, CPO/LPO, FAAOP, and Mitch Stuchlik, CPO/LPO

​Among our clinical and technical staff, we have over 100-years of experience and know how to choose among today's high-tech componentry to best meet the needs of our patients.  We draw our experiences from caring for people in all walks of life with amputations:  from pediatric to geriatric amputees and from extreme athletes to people seeking to better their appearance and social function. We turn each individual's goal into a reality when we match the desires of each amputee with the proper design.

Custom lamination of Marvel super heros.
Test walk...
Test walk with a c-leg
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Real Life Prosthetics offers the most complete range of custom prostheses available. Our advanced prostheses include computerized prosthetic knee systems and myoelectric arms.  To accommodate various types of shoes, prosthetic feet can be adjusted and heel heights can be changed. 

  • Partial Foot/PF​ (e.g. Chopart)

  • Symes

  • Below-Knee/BK (Transtibial)

  • Above-Knee/AK (Transfemoral)

  • Hemipelvectomy

  • Hip Disarticulation/HD

  • Interscapular Thoracic

  • Shoulder Disarticulation/SD

  • Above-Elbow/AE (Transhumeral)

  • Below-Elbow/BE (Transradial)

  • Wrist Disarticulation

  • Partial Hand/PE (Transcarpal)

  • Osseointegrated Prostheses

Osseointegrated myoelectric arm.

Becoming an amputee is a significant life change, and understanding what to expect can help you navigate this journey with greater confidence.  Explore the "Journey of an Amputee" section of our website for valuable information and resources.

In addition, the Amputee-Coalition published FAQs which may answer some immediate questions for new amputees:

Prosthetic FAQs for the New Amputee

Article Updated January 2021


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Real Life Prosthetics™ specializes in the design and creation of one-of-a-kind all plastic limb and digital restorations.


Regardless of your level of amputation, there is a solution to be found.  We treat each patient with passion and look towards their inward beauty while designing every prosthesis.

  • Partial/Total Hand Restoration

  • Finger/s Restoration

  • Partial/Total Foot Restoration

  • Toe/s Restoration



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Real Life Prosthetics™ uses several different types of technology for prosthetic and orthotic devices, optimizing the fitting process, and reducing appointment time. 

  • Tracer CAD

(also used to create custom liners)

  • Structure Sensor

  • 3D L.A.S.A.R. Posture System

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Real Life Prosthetics specializes in the design and in-house fabrication of custom orthotics tailored to meet the unique needs of each patient.  Our expertise extends from ankle-foot orthoses, knee orthoses, to cutting-edge designs.


  • Ankle-Foot Orthosis (AFO)

  • Dynamic Ankle-Foot Orthosis (DAFO)

  • Hinged Ankle-Foot Orthosis (HAFO)

  • Hybrid PDE AFO

  • Moulded Ankle-Foot Orthosis (MAFO)

  • Knee Orthosis (KO)

  • Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthosis (KAFO)

  • Hip-Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthosis (HKAFO)

  • C-Brace® (Microprocessor Controlled Leg Orthosis)

  • Charcot Restraint Orthotic Walker (CROW)

  • WalkAide®

  • Contracture Management

  • Wrist-Hand Orthosis (WHO)

  • Scoliosis Braces (Spinal)​

Just one of many custom laminations that our lab fabricates.  This one is of The New York Yankees NBL.
Another custom lamination for a patient that regulary participates in the renaissance festivals..
Custom lamination of a patriotic theme with the United States Flag and eagles.
Custom lamination for a patient who wanted The Nightmare Before Christmas theme.

​Real Life Prosthetics creates and designs custom lamination for orthotic and prosthetic devices when something more personable is wanted instead of the traditional colors.

A custom lamination may be chosen in part to reflect an individual's personality on their prosthetic or orthotic device.  Sometimes the decision to wear it depends on how the device looks in the end.  We frequently observe this in kids, who may have everything from superheroes to their favorite animation characters on their finished prosthetic or orthotic devices.

Kevin D.

Unilateral Hip Disarticulation

In 1974, Kevin was diagnosed with bone cancer in his leg.  He was 5-years old at the time of his amputation surgery, which was the standard treatment at that time.  From that point on, he grew up wearing a prosthesis.


"With very few exceptions, there is nothing you will be prevented from doing.  You may not do it the same as everyone else does, but if you want to do something, you'll find a way to do it."

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in Abingdon, Maryland

2001 - 2024

Open House


May 3, 2024

Real Life Prosthetics commemorated its lab expansion, where all our in-house fabrication takes place, and 23-years in Abingdon, Maryland, alongside the grand opening of Align Rehabilitation on Friday, May 3, 2024, with an Open House. We extend our sincere gratitude to Angela Rose and the Harford County Chamber of Commerce, Rajiv Goes and the Harford County Department of Economic Development, distinguished guests Bob Cassilly, Harford County Executive, Carol Kiple from Representative Andy Harris' office, Susan McComas from the Maryland House of Delegates, as well as our patients, colleagues, family, and friends for contributing to the resounding success of the Real Life Prosthetics Open House and Align Rehabilitation's Grand Opening.



Newark Post


Reader Approved

2nd Year in Row

Newark and Wilmington


April 26, 2024

We are excited to announce that Real Life Prosthetics is the winner of the 2024 Newark Post Reader Approved for the second consecutive year in New Castle County. Your votes have been instrumental in recognizing our excellence in the Orthotics and Prosthetics category, and we express our heartfelt gratitude for your ongoing support. Serving the communities of Newark and Wilmington has been immensely fulfilling, and we remain dedicated to upholding the highest standards of care and service. Your trust and support are invaluable to us. Thank you!


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Conversations with

Rich Bennett


Tom Zdon's

Life with
Cutting-Edge Prosthetics


April 2024

In this insightful episode of "Conversations with Rich Bennett," host Rich Bennett delves into the world of prosthetic technology with three exceptional guests. Tom Zdon shares his inspiring journey of embracing an advanced prosthetic arm, showcasing COAPT's innovative pattern recognition software. Jonas Seeberg, owner of Real Life Prosthetics, emphasizes the importance of customizing prosthetics to meet individual needs, while Michelle Jamin-Gent from Align Rehabilitation elaborates on rehabilitation processes and personalized therapy's crucial role. Together, they explore technological advancements, personal victories, and collaborative endeavors shaping the future of prosthetic technology.

Check out last year's podcast with Joanna Presbury.


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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony


The Station

1815 W. 13th Street

Wilmington, DE


Flag Day

June 14, 2023

Real Life Prosthetics and Align Rehabilitation held a ribbon cutting ceremony, June 14, 2023, the opening of their 5th location at The Station in Wilmington, DE.


We want to thank the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce, New Castle County Executive, Matt Meyer, our family, friends, and the incredible local businesses that came out to show their support for Real Life Prosthetics and Align Rehabilitation.  We are all excited to start serving the community of Wilmington, and confident with our integrated team approach to prosthetic rehabilitation will positively impact the lives of amputees here in the community.

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Harford Community

College 91.1 FM

WHFC Presents:

Veterans SITREP


July 2023

Along with the Association of the United States Army we are proud to be sponsoring the Veterans SITREP radio series from WHFC, Harford Community College's radio station, which is debuted July 6, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. on 91.1 FM WHFC.  The radio series will provide a platform to connect veterans, their families, friends and support networks to address veteran's issues and provide information about resouces that will help veterans in their lives.


Episodes can also be replayed anytime by going to Veterans SITREP podcast episodes.

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Abingdon, Maryland Clinic
Real Life Prosthetics' Technical Team is sculpting a custom foam cover for a above-knee prosthesis in our Abingdon, Maryland lab.
Our Technical Team is working on a prosthesis test socket in the lab.
Our Technical Team is laminating an above-knee prosthesis before componentry is attached.
Each prosthesis is custom taloired to each individual.  Custom lamination is a personal choice and can reflect individual interests.
Our CPOs make modifications the the plaster model before going to the Technical Team to pull the test socket.  These mods are done by hand and are very meticulous.


Real Life Prosthetics takes pride in its in-house fabrication process, encompassing the production of both orthotic and prosthetic sockets, including the creation of foam coverings for added protection. Our technical team boasts decades of experience, demonstrating an unwavering commitment to delivering truly customized devices.


Our dedicated technical team embraces challenges, consistently going above and beyond to meet every patients individual needs. Collaborating seamlessly with the clinical team, they often develop hybrid devices that merge cutting-edge technology with personalized solutions. This collaborative approach ensures that our orthotic and prosthetic devices not only fit precisely but also address individual needs, reflecting our commitment to innovation and comprehensive patient care at Real Life Prosthetics.

Minimizes the time between Initial Evaluation and Delivery of Prosthetic for streamlined Amputee Rehabilitation



The Direct Socket by Ossur is another fabrication option from the cast and plaster typically used by our practitioners.  Using this method, the socket is fabricated directly on your residual limb, followed by minimal grinding on trim lines, adding componentry and ensuring proper alignment, you are walking out the same day with your custom prosthesis!

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