Real Life Prosthetics™ restores the bodies and spirits of our patients by creating truly customized prostheses that give you the superior comfort, peak performance and cosmetic appearance you deserve!
Prosthetic and Alloplastic Restoration
CLINICAL AND TECHNICAL STAFF
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.
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, feet can be adjusted and heel heights can be changed.
Above the Knee (BK)
Below the Knee (AK)
Myoelectric (Upper Extremities)
Real Life Prosthetics™ uses several different types of technology for prosthetic and orthotic devices, optimizing the fitting process, and reducing appointment time.
(also used to create custom liners)
3D L.A.S.A.R. Posture System
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.
Real Life Prosthetics™ designs and creates unique orthotics that are custom-made to each individual, specializing in custom ankle-foot orthoses, custom knee orthoses, and even the latest designs of the future.
Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO)
Dynamic Ankle Foot Orthosis (DAFO)
Hinged Ankle Foot Orthosis (HAFO)
Moulded Ankle Foot Orthosis (MAFO)
Knee Orthosis (KO)
Knee Ankle Foot Orthosis (KAFO)
C-Brace® (Microprocessor Controlled Leg Orthosis)
Charcot Restraint Orthotic Walker (CROW)
Scoliosis Braces (Spinal)
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."
December 2, 2022
The Baltimore Sun
Where Art and Science Meet
by Tony Roberts
Joanne Presbury of Bel Air is a three-year amputee. After Pressbury, 62, lost her leg to diabetes, her physical therapist referred her to Real LIfe Prosthetics for a replacement, she said. Presbury lost all but one of her toes on her right foot, and lost her left leg up to her knee. She not only found a place that got her to walk like she never lost a leg, but a company that cared about what she wants, she said.
Real Life Prosthetics Celebrates 21-years in Harford County
"I am very excited for our team at Real Life Prosthetics and look forward to a bright future! With our expanding team of professionals, technological advances, in-house rehabilitation, in-house manufacturing, and additional locations, we are able to better serve those facing limb loss and disability. Although healthcare has become a very intense ride for O&P providers, our vision remains unchanged as a privately-owned company. We exist to help persons with disabilities lead more active, independent lifestyles, through the use of cutting edge technology and expert clinical care.", said Jonas Seeberg, CPO/LPO, FAAOP, Founder and President of Real Life Prosthetics.
REAL LIFE PROSTHETICS
Real Life Prosthetics™ designs and fabricates custom-made prosthetic and orthotic devices with exacting specifications to compliment the uniqueness of you!
Fully Fabricated Custom Socket
in a Single Visit!
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!