We are excited to announce that we have added a new location in Corte Madera. With 3 convenient locations in Santa Rosa, Corte Madera and Ukiah, we are now able to treat more patients in locations that are convenient for our patients and referrals. Our new location is conveniently located off the 101 in Corte Madera, CA. Call today for available appointments.
As 2013 comes to an end, the employees at Sierra Orthopedic Laboratory would like to take a moment to thank all of our current patients and referrals for a great year. As we began a new year, we look forward to providing the same high quality care that you have been accustom to for the past 34 years. We truly appreciate your confidence and business, and wish you and your family a Happy & Healthy 2014!
On Wednesday, October 9th at 6 PM the public is invited to attend The Sonoma County Human Dignity Film Festival, which will highlight films about wheelchairs and people who ride them. 10$ donation will be appreciated, but no one will be turned away do to the lack of funds. Tickets are available at the Summerfield Cinemas. For info call DSLC 707-528-2745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The event is Co-sponsored by Disability Services & Legal Center and The Sonoma County Commission on human rights.
September 14 is BORP Opening Day 2013. The public is invited to come out and watch and play Paralympic Sports including Wheelchair Basketball, Goalball, Adaptive Cycling, and Power Soccer. Information will be available on all BORP programs including the BORP Fitness Studio, Sled Hockey, Adventures & Outings, Veterans’ Outreach, the Revolution Ride and more!
Happy Labor Day from all of us at Sierra Orthopedic Laboratory. We want to take this time to thank all of our patients and referrals who work with us throughout the year. We hope you all have time to take it easy and relax this holiday weekend.
Combining some creativity with advanced material sciences,we are able to customize the device both aesthetically and functionally resulting in optimized comfort and BLING! The patient chose the pattern for their new socket, and we made it happen.