We make prosthetics of all kinds - from dynamic limbs to life like silicone restoration. Our work is built for comfort, performance and longevity. 

 

Our focus is on you.  Your needs and goals are important to us and we understand that individual anatomy and reasons for needing or wanting a prosthesis vary greatly from person to person. 

We provide prosthesis for all amputation levels, including:

Safety, comfort, function and wearability are paramount in our prosthetic design - no matter the level of amputation or difference we are here to help.

Services we provide include:

  • Treatment planning
  • Prosthetic prescription consultation
  • Component sourcing
  • High activity and recreational solutions
  • All cosmetic finishes including custom socket design
  • Custom silicone liners
  • High definition silicone
  • Myo-electric component fittings
  • Microprocessor componentry fittings
  • Through hip (hip disarticulation)
  • Above knee (transfemoral)
  • Through knee (knee disarticulation)
  • Below knee (transtibial)
  • Symes (ankle disarticulation)
  • Partial foot - all levels
  • Toes
  • Above elbow (transhumeral)
  • Through elbow (elbow disarticulation)
  • Below elbow (transradial)
  • Through wrist (wrist disarticulation)
  • Partial hand - all levels
  • Fingers
  • Missing nail restoration

Arms & Legs

Our individually designed prosthetics use the highest quality materials and the latest advances in component technology to get you moving.

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Hands & Feet

Hands, fingers, feet, or toes. From the smallest of digits to the most advanced in myoelectrics - we've got you covered.

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Face & Body

Hyper-real silicone prosthetics made with the latest technology and an artist's touch - functional, lifelike, and comfortable.

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Our Clinics

Our functional limb service operates from our Broken Head facility, but can also be accessed through public prosthetic clinics at the following locations:

  • Murwillumbah
  • Lismore
  • Ballina
  • Maclean
  • Grafton
  • Gold Coast
  • Coffs Harbour (Prosthetic & Orthotic Clinic)

For address locations, please see our 'contact us' page

Prosthetic Art Technology is the custom silicone and realistic prosthetic division of Northern Prosthetics.  PAT offers services from our Broken Head facility as well as:

  • Brisbane
  • Newcastle
  • Sydney

Opening Hours

Our office hours are:

Monday - Friday

9am - 5pm

Out of hours service for emergencies

 

Clinics

Palm Beach - Tuesday

Lismore - Wednesday

Murwillumbah - Thursday

Ballina - Wednesday

Grafton and Maclean - Friday

Coffs Harbour - every Tuesday and Thursday

 

Our clinics run on a fortnightly rotation, please call the office to confirm where we are and when!

For our clinic locations, look at our 'contact us' page

 

Funding

We are accredited public providers for:

  • Enable NSW
  • Queensland Artificial Limb Scheme (QALS)
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)

We also provide services to privately funded clients including:

  • Work place accident insurance
  • Motor vehicle accident insurance
  • Self-funded

 

Public Funding

In 1975 the Australian government legislated the free limb scheme.  Since then there has been various iterations of government funding for prosthetic devices.  Since the 1990's each state has its own funding scheme. 

Currently, an Australian wide funding scheme, The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), is being introduced to cover clients under the age of 65.  The NDIS will take over any state funding scheme you may have been supported under if you are an eligible participant. 

To see if you are eligible to access the NDIS, see their website www.ndis.gov.au 

For information on accessing the NDIS or what to expect, Limbs 4 Life have created this helpful document:

http://www.limbs4life.org.au/uploads/banner/Amputee-Guide-to-the-National-Disability-Insurance-Scheme.pdf 

If you are note funded by private insurance or under the NDIS, you will be aligned with your state funding scheme.

NSW: Enable NSW - http://www.enable.health.nsw.gov.au/

QLD: QALS - http://www.health.qld.gov.au/qals

 

Private Insurance funding

If your amputation was a result of a motor vehicle accident or work place accident, you may be eligible for private insurance funding to cover the cost of your prosthetic care.

If you have private health insurance you will need to talk to your insurance provided to see if your insurance plan covers any prosthetic treatment.

 

Self-funding

You also have the option to contribute your own funds towards your prosthetic treatment.  (ie contributing funds towards a different foot compared to the one that may be provided under the public funding scheme or purchasing an activity specific prosthesis, such as a water leg.)