News and Updates2020-10-30T23:18:56-05:00

New Network Expansion in Tennessee

McKenzie Bergenback, MS joins MAP to open satellite location in Chattanooga, TN. Announcing a new network expansion with Medical Art Prosthetics! To all those needing specialized prosthetics who live in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, and North and South Carolina, you now have access to a uniquely qualified anaplastologist closer to you! McKenzie Bergenback, MS, newly established in Chattanooga, TN now offers her experience creating all types of craniofacial prosthetics and lifelike silicone restorations to clients in ...

August 29th, 2022|News|

Craniofacial Prosthesis at Northwestern University Prosthetics-Orthotics Center

Anaplastologist and Prosthetist Greg Gion, MMS, CCA, BOCP, spoke about craniofacial prostheses to the NU Prosthetics-Orthotics Student Society (NUPOSS) at NUPOC. Craniofacial prostheses play an essential role in improving the lives of persons who need facial restoration due to congenital difference, disease, burns or other traumatic injury. Gion gave a brief overview of his profession, noting that historically ocularists and denturists may be family-based enterprises that transfer their specialized skills on a one-to-one, apprenticeship basis. From ...

December 8th, 2019|News|

Choosing the Best Prosthetics Specialist

Making decisions about who to see and where to go can feel overwhelming. Patients and families may feel grief, fear, anger about their illness or the events they have experienced. Medical and surgical experiences are mentally and physically exhausting, and now you are in the unknown area of prosthetics. Remember, you are not alone. Thousands of others have made it through the trauma and uncertainty, and you will too. YOU are the one who will wear ...

April 12th, 2019|News|

AOPA Leadership: Reimbursement for Value

Medical Art takes to Continued Learning The AOPA (The America Orthotic & Prosthetic Association) conference was an invite only event in Scottsdale, AZ in January 2019. It was exciting to be invited to take part in a meeting where professionals are so dedicated to improving their profession. Among the topics were Advancing Patient Satisfaction, Evidence-Based Delivery, Patient-Reported Outcomes and of particular interest is the question are prosthetists health care professionals or deliverers of devices.   (Greg ...

January 25th, 2019|Continued Education|

Five Ways to Overcome Self-Doubt  

We’ve all been there. That moment self-doubt comes to our minds, making us wonder if we’ve accomplished the right things in life, or accomplished enough at all. Are we providing enough for our family and loved ones? Are we even on the right path for our lives? Whether born with a defect or recovering from an accident that left you physically scarred, it can be hard to go through life without feeling self-doubt. Although these thoughts ...

November 28th, 2018|Patient Life|

Life After a Traumatic Injury

Many people live day to day without incident or, if something does happen, it isn’t a life-threatening event. However, there is sadly a large amount of deaths each day throughout the world. Surprisingly, these occurrences in people aged between 1 and 45 aren’t from illnesses, but from traumatic injuries such as car accidents and dangerous falls. If a person does survive such a traumatic event, they could be left with many kinds of severe and often ...

November 28th, 2018|Medical Art|

Letter of introduction to our upper extremity hand patients

In our training as medical artists we focused on prosthetic restoration of the face and also finger and partial hand restoration. Our primary purpose was to hone our skills in the creation of prostheses that looked very real; prostheses that matched the subtle characteristics of the patient’s skin tones including freckles, blood vessels, etc. as well as their skin textures including pores, wrinkles, etc. Over the course of years in private practice, the number of patients ...

November 12th, 2018|Medical Art|

UW Madison Biomedical Engineering Student Design Consortium

This is a big year! Our 10th year of sponsoring BME Student Design Projects. During our 10 year anniversary, we are proud to be sponsoring 24 projects in conjunction with University of Wisconsin Madison Biomedical Engineering Department for their BME Student Design Consortium. These innovative minds are pushing the limits to what's possible! Here are a few projects we're really excited about as they relate directly to the work we do at Medical Art Prosthetics. ...

November 21st, 2017|Continued Education|

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