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    Operated in Michigan

    for Nearly 30 Years

About Able Orthopedics

Able Orthopedics is a family owned business privileged to serve the Port Huron, Eastpointe and surrounding areas by providing the highest quality of orthotic and prosthetic care. VIEW MORE  

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Able Orthopedics Prosthetic Centers in Eastpointe & Port Huron; Our #1 mission is Quality Patient Care. VIEW MORE  

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Our Product

The C-Leg 4 continues the industry-leading tradition of improving outcomes for more than 60,000 fittings worldwide. With studies citing increased stability and reduced falls*, the C-Leg 4 is weatherproof, can be controlled with the Android Cockpit app, and makes walking backward easier. Whether on sidewalk steps or dodging subway crowds, the C-Leg 4 helps transform the way you walk. Learn More  
accordion-babyThe Genium microprocessor prosthetic leg is quite simply the closest technology has come to natural walking. Imagine work, family, or leisure time activities without having to think about your next step. If your active life demands more function, this is the system you need. Learn More  
Foot users report and unmatched range of motion from the unique roll-through design allowing for super smooth transition from heel strike through toe-off with no dead spots in between. The RUSH™ Foot helps maintain a natural, smooth gait even in rugged or uneven terrain.
Our custom designed sockets allow the practitioner and the patient to be creative with the desired artwork that represents the patient's personality, creativity and character.
An ankle-foot orthosis (AFO) is an orthosis or brace that encumbers the ankle and foot. AFOs are externally applied and intended to control position and motion of the ankle, compensate for weakness, or correct deformities. AFO stands for Ankle Foot Orthosis and it's primary purpose is stabalize the ankle, foot and calf for patients with weakness or deformity of the foot and ankle. Unlike many other orthotic providers our custom AFO's are made in house.
A spinal orthosis is a back brace that is designed to hold your spine in place and decrease the chance that the curve in your spine will become worse as you grow. Your orthosis will be custom-made to fit you.
Are used in the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis, flat feet, fallen arches, back pain, knee/leg/foot pain just to name a few. Our inserts are made in house starting with a thorough evaluation from the practitioner and a mold of the feet assuring the most accurate fit and function available.
Diabetic shoes, sometimes referred to as extra depth, therapeutic shoes or Sugar Shoes, are specially designed shoes, or shoe inserts, intended to reduce the risk of skin breakdown in diabetics with co-existing foot disease. People with diabetic neuropathy in their feet may have a false sense of security as to how much at risk their feet actually are.[1] An ulcer under the foot can develop in a couple of hours. The primary goal of therapeutic footwear is to prevent complications, which can include strain, ulcers, calluses, or even amputations for patients with diabetes and poor circulation.[2] Neuropathy can also change the shape of a person's feet, which limits the range of shoes that can be worn comfortably.[3] In addition to meeting strict guidelines, diabetic shoes must be prescribed by a physician and fit by a qualified individual, such as an orthotist, podiatrist or pedorthist. The shoes must also be equipped with a removable orthotic. Foot orthotics are devices such as shoe inserts, arch supports, or shoe fillers such as lifts, wedges and heels. The diabetic shoes and custom-molded inserts work together as a preventative system to help diabetics avoid foot injuries and improve mobility. – wikepedi.

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Meet the founder

Owner, Paul E. Horn, CPO

Paul founded Able Orthopedics in 1987 with his first location in Port Huron, Michigan. He was drawn to the Blue Water Area due to its beauty and to fulfill a need in the area to provide prosthetics and orthotics to the community. His desire and compassion is to help improve the lives of those suffering from limb loss, muscle deformities and other bone and joint related injuries. Paul received his bachelor degree at Cal State University, Dominguez Hills California and received his prosthetic, orthotic and pedorthics degree at Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois. He enjoys golfing with his wife Sharon, and enjoy’s spending time with his 4 children Aaron, Rachelle, Tim and Emily. Paul has also traveled around the world doing mission work. He has traveled to Kenya Africa to help build a school for the local children and to Seoul Korea to build partnerships to provide prosthetics for the needy. It is his hope to provide quality orthotic and prosthetic services to the community and help them to reach their maximum functional levels and improve the quality of their lives. "Although there are many other orthotic and prosthetic providers in the area, we differ greatly because we listen. That is a very important aspect of my vision for Able Orthopedics." -Paul E. Horn, CPO.