Precision Prosthetics, Inc. is located at 1505 S. Perkins Road, Memphis, TN 38117. We have been in business since 1987. We are locally and individually owned by husband and wife, Edward (Skip) and Karen Martin.
Skip suffered the loss of his right leg in an accident when he was 18 years old. Skip personally knows how important it is to attain total comfort. He knows this goal is achievable through his own personal experience.
We see patients from all walks of life from all over the country. We have patients that travel anywhere from a few miles or even several hours and in some cases from as far away as California for our prosthetic care.
A select group of our patients that we like to refer to as the “Charter Members” have been with us from the beginning of our company. They are a part of our ever growing family. We are on a first name basis and they feel completely comfortable when they are here.
“From the moment you enter the front door, you know you’re among people who care.” This is a quote from countless amputee patients that we have treated. An active duty marine patient that makes his way to Precision Prosthetics Inc., currently from Camp Pendleton in San Diego, California, says it best of every visit to us, “I don’t like leaving this place, but I love the walk out!”
Our mission is to provide people the opportunity to “return to life” after the devastation of losing their most prized possessions, parts of their bodies. We have a long history of doing just that. People that have experience at other prosthetic companies see it quickly and clearly, that we are committed to excellence and comfort on a different level. We are not satisfied until an amputee is totally comfortable and functional. If the fit changes while using the prosthesis and soreness develops, we get you back in as soon as we hear about it to correct the problem. Life is “too short to walk on (use) painful prosthetics!”
Precision Prosthetics, Inc. stays on the leading edge of technology through continuing education and the pursuit of always wanting to find “a better way”. We know what it is like to have to put on prosthetic limbs daily through life, so our level of empathy is second to none. We are very aggressive in our treatment, many times, showing people their abilities, long before these people thought possible. Most of the time, a person may “roll in” in a wheelchair once or twice, but after that they are walking, many times, sooner than they thought possible. That very thing powers and inspires us at Precision to keep doing what we refer to as, rebuilding humans.