Bulow Orthotic & Prosthetic Solutions

Helping People Live Life Without Limitations.

We offer advanced technology & one-on-one personal attention and nurturing guidance.

Providing personalized and professional care to individuals with orthotic and prosthetic needs.

Creating custom prosthetics and orthotics for patients of all ages and needs.

A leader in the industry & a destination clinic for amputees across the country.

Our team is passionate about providing the highest level of care to patients across the country

Helping People With Limb Loss Live Life Without Limitations

Right Fit, Right Technology, Right Support.

The Bulow team is committed to providing innovative prosthetic and orthotic technology, one-on-one personal attention and nurturing guidance. Our goal is to be the “go-to” place for patients to receive exceptional orthotic and prosthetic care and the best place for clinicians to provide it by:

  • Offering our patients the highest-quality orthotics and prosthetics care available anywhere
  • Creating partnerships with payors and other healthcare providers who improve clinical and business outcomes
  • Enriching our clinicians and other employees personally, professionally and financially
Our philosophy is driven by truly understanding what an amputee goes through in life.

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Meet Sydney Marshburn

During her senior year of high school, Sydney struggled with progressive spondylolisthesis in addition, to being diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome –

Meet David Willard

Two years following a rare and aggressive cancer diagnosis of spindle cell sarcoma, David Willard’s right arm was amputated in 2020. This –

Meet Mope Enemuoh

It all started in 2015, after Mope underwent a fibroid operation. She had started experiencing severe stomach pains, went to –

Meet Ken Carden

About one year ago, Ken was a healthy, active man with no health issues… then COVID hit. Nearly one year –

Meet SFC Joseph James

SFC Joseph James became an amputee on April 8, 2008 in Sadr City, Iraq. He was in the US Army –

Meet Josh Hines

Josh became an amputee due to a vascular disease known as Buerger’s disease. This disease is a blood clotting disorder –

Meet Nick Lavery

Nick became a lower-limb amputee while deployed to Afghanistan in 2012-2013. He was wounded in combat during an “insider attack” –

Meet Sophia Creasy

  Sophia was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma cancer at the age of 2. Half way through treatment the doctors and –

Meet Stephanie Key

Stephanie Key has been an amputee for about nine years now. Her story began in February when she was headed –

Meet Jeremy Donegan

My name is Jeremy Donegan and I’m a recent right, below the knee amputee. My story is truly one-of-a-kind in –


People in the U.S. Living with Limb Loss


Amputations Performed Each Year

the main causes for limb loss

vascular disease

We strive to please our patients

"The best place and people ever! They have done Miracles for me! Truly a God sent staff!!"

- G. Moxley

"bulow where you will re -define the possible. Everyone matters!"

- Q. Square

"I have always been highly satisfied with the service I receive from the whole staff. Great job, keep up the good work. They are always so helpful!"

- Dena

"Love the service - the best people - no complaints at all!"

- Sharon

"I lost my leg in a very traumatic way. My stump is misshapen and very short. I was so afraid that I would never walk again. Those guys are like family. The encouragement, dedication, and being there at the drop of a hat to solve problems with the prosthetic. I Thank God for these wonderful people. Special thanks to Keith. Man, you keep me going. The ladies in the office let my children come back and pet the cat and have a snack. It's a super atmosphere and family. Nothing is Impossible with THESE AWESOME FOLKS Kindest Regards. Jamie Rathbone."

- Jamie Rathbone

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