Sharing Hope Through Horsepower

Meet the awesome Adam Miller, a 15 year-old junior high student from Hot Springs, Arkansas. You see, Adam is pretty special to us here at New Hope Prosthetics & Orthotics. He just so happens to be the driver behind the wheel of this fine-looking sprint car.

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Finding Relief With Foot Orthotics

Did you know that one out of every ten Americans experiences symptoms of plantar fasciitis, or pain in their heels or arches? If you step out of bed in the morning and feel pins and needles, shooting pain, or cramping in your feet,foot orthotics may provide the relief you've been looking for. 

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Prosthetics and Orthotics: What's The Difference?

If you're discovering us for the first time and looking to become a patient, or if you're a friend or family member to one of our patients, you might not immediately know the difference. Depending upon the device required by the individual, our staff may serve as prosthetists or orthotists to our patients here at New Hope.

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How New Hope Changed Tammy Sellers' Life

If you're a patient at New Hope, you're family - and you shouldn't be treated like anything less. Because of our customer care mentality, we're proud to say we have the most loyal patients in town who continually come back to us for a lifetime. One of our most dedicated customers is Tammy Sellers from Little Rock, Arkansas. Her journey of hopping from one Prosthetic company to the next, and eventually making New Hope her "home", is truly inspirational. Here is her story.

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Daily Diabetic Skin Care & Your Prosthetic

If you're a diabetic who has been fitted with a lower prosthetic, then you already realize that caring for your feet is absolutely essential to the success of your new limb or extremity. Here at New Hope Prosthetic and Orthotic Services, we want to help you prevent problems before they start and to help make diabetic skin care part of your daily routine.

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The Inspirational Story of Ezra Frech - An Amputee

9 year old Ezra Frech was born with one left hand finger and a curved left leg. After having surgery at two and removing his left leg, the doctors replaced it with a prosthetic leg. In order for him to use his left arm, they took his left big toe and attached it to his left hand. Although Ezra has his down days, he's chosen to rise above his circumstances and live positively, by using sports as his outlet. 

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5 Life-Changing Benefits of Orthopedic Shoes

We believe in enabling you to do the things you already enjoy doing - like spending time with the people you care about, keeping active in recreational activities and working to provide for your family. That's why you should consider buying orthopedic shoes if you're experiencing foot pain.

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The 411 on Medicare Diabetic Shoes: Do You Qualify?

Almost 16 million Americans have diabetes, and 25 percent of these individuals develop related foot issues. Because of this, the government has approved coverage of Medicare diabetic shoes for those who qualify. With a prescription from a qualified doctor, you can find the right shoes at a number of diabetic shoes stores.

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A Prosthetic Patient's Guide to Exercising

If you are an amputee and have prosthetics, you can still do many of the same exercise activities as everyone else. Whether you have been an athlete in the past, or you are just starting out with an exercise program, you may want to consult with your health care provider and discuss the kinds of activities that may be the best for you. For people with orthotics and prosthetics, there are certain activities that have minimal impact but still provide the cardiovascular benefits.

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Scott: Scuba Diving With His New Prosthetics

We love to follow inspirational stories here at New Hope! This is one that caught our eye seeing as it's summer and many people are going to the beach for vacation. Scott Schroeder decides to go scuba diving with his family, but he has a different reason for doing this fun activity.   

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