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There is no reason for you to suffer from challenges without any assistance at all. You can change the way you live by finding out today what your options are. Whether you are in need of prosthetic services or our orthotic services, we are here to help.

At Cotton Orthotic and Prosthetic Associates, it is our mission to help you live your life to the fullest! We help our patients by creating and designing quality prosthetics and orthotics that give you the support you need to lead a more engaged life. We pride ourselves with treating each and every patient with exceptional care. Let us help you enhance your life today!

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  • How to Travel by Air in the US with a Prosthesis

    Date: May 19, 2015

    Traveling through high-security airports in the US with a prosthesis is a challenge. Not only do you still have the long lines to wait in and the usual stress of traveling, you also have additional difficulties and awkwardness that come from having a prosthesis. Most airports have a special line for those with disabilities. These lines are usually fully staffed with both male and female assistants to get you through the screening process as efficiently as possible. Although, be aware; this line can also be a nightmare if combined with the family with kids line. What to Expect at the Screening You will be asked to remove all contents from your pockets, belts, and jewelry. Next, they will have you walk through the metal detector, even though you'll set it off anyway. At best, they will only pat you down and possibly swab your socket, leg, and shoe for traces of explosives. At worst, they will ...

  • How to Manage Phantom Limb Pain

    Date: May 19, 2015

    Phantom limb pain is a burning, twisting, itching, or a feeling of pressure that comes from a limb that is no longer there. The limb is gone, but the pain is real. Despite what you might think, this pain is a common problem with amputees, especially soon after surgery. The type and length of pain varies from person to person; some people experience the pain for only a few seconds while others have the pain for many days. Luckily, for most people, PLP (phantom limb pain) decreases in frequency and duration during the first six months. However, some amputees may continue to experience some level of pain for years. Causes of Phantom Limb Pain Phantom limb pain is thought to be caused by mixed signals from your brain or spinal cord. New treatment therapies for PLP attempt to change these misfiring signals. The following activities or conditions might trigger PLP: Touch Urination or defecation Sexual intercourse Angina Cigarette ...

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