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  • Dayton and Southwest Ohio's leading lower-limb prosthetic clinic
  • Dayton and Southwest Ohio's leading lower-limb prosthetic clinic
  • Dayton and Southwest Ohio's leading lower-limb prosthetic clinic
  • Dayton and Southwest Ohio's leading lower-limb prosthetic clinic
  • Dayton and Southwest Ohio's leading lower-limb prosthetic clinic
  • Dayton and Southwest Ohio's leading lower-limb prosthetic clinic

Dayton Artificial Limb is Dayton and Southwest Ohio's leading lower-limb prosthetic clinic.  Since 1996, we have been providing the region's highest-quality lower-limb prosthetic and rehabilitative patient care.

With a focus on comprehensive care, we deliver a unique level of service that sets us apart.  From patient education to prosthetic fittings and adjustments to physical therapy and complete case management, our dedicated staff understands the entire process and takes an active role to manage the total patient experience in order to ensure superior outcomes.

We believe in building long-term relationships and fostering a spirit of cooperation between physicians, patients, therapists, and prosthetic practitioners.  And by accompanying patients on their doctor visits and providing our own in-house physical therapy, we are able to provide our physician partners with unparalleled progress assessments and valuable assurance that the rehabilitation is being done - and being done correctly!  As a result, we are proud to be the first choice of physicians and caregivers throughout the region.

  • Dayton and Southwest Ohio's Leading Lower-Limb Prosthetic Clinic
  • Accredited by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics, Prosthetics and Pedorthics
  • Comprehensive Care (with Integrated Physical Therapy) and Complete Case Management
  • The First Choice of Physicians and Caregivers

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Dayton Artificial Limb Clinic patient Reggie Showers – a bilateral amputee who became a world champion motorcycle drag racer and world record holder, pilot, and certified snowboard instructor – inspires others with limb loss to try scuba diving March 23, 2013, at Wright State University.

Reggie Showers Featured in WKEF Story

Reggie Showers Featured in WDTN Story

Our Year in Review report captures a few of the many highlights of 2012 at Dayton Artificial Limb Clinic. Chances are you either have played a part, or been touched in some way, by at least one of these stories of progress.

We invite you to check out just how far we came last year – (even to the London Paralympics!) – and stay tuned about where we’re going this year.

2012 DALC Year in Review ReportINSIDE:

  • Comfortable prosthesis made her mobile: Determined traveler set to vacation again in 2013
  • ‘Yoga for Amputees’ training goes beyond traditional physical therapy
  • PDI built rowing seat for U.S. bronze medalist
  • Dayton Artificial Limb Clinic ahead on accountability
  • After 3 decades on crutches, he’s finally on 2 legs
  • Rehabilitating people with limb loss requires specialized training for PTs
  • PDI makes devices stronger, lighter, more comfortable
  • Co-op program helps keep projects moving
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Our Location

7637 N. Main St.
Dayton, OH 45415
Phone: 937-898-2200
Fax: 937-898-2234
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Office Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00AM - 5:00PM
On-Call for Emergency 24 Hours (937-851-8875)

Dayton Artificial Limb 7637 N. Main St., Dayton, OH 45415