At TLCU our highly qualified team of specialists are committed to assisting our clients on both a physical
and emotional level. We provide the highest quality healthcare in a professional and friendly environment,
whilst tailoring unique solutions to the requirements of each individual.
Our purpose designed facility is at the forefront of modern technology. All medical devices are designed in-house as we are fully equipped with clinical equipment, design and manufacturing technologies.
Our team of specialists carefully customise individual prosthetic and orthotic treatment programs, guaranteeing personalised solutions and advice every step of the way.
Our team members strive to uphold a welcoming, friendly and professional environment. Such environments support clients throughout the duration of their treatment, encouraging rehabilitation and growth.
Get To Know TLCU
Formed on the foundation of clients come first, our holistic approach delivers the best in prosthetic & orthotic care, as well as provides access to healthcare specialists and advice. Our team prioritise design customisation, collaborative consultations and a high standard of customer service.
A Message from the Director
“I have been exposed to some of the very best and worst in my chosen field. I have observed many cultures and worked with many different government and private institutions. Through it all I have learned that as clinicians, our role is to provide the very best we can for our clients.
This empowers them to achieve the maximum they can in their daily lives. It is this that I find so satisfying; it makes the difficulties of such a highly complex job so worthwhile.”
– Mark Hills
What Our Clients Have To Say
I approached TLCU because I had experienced bad service at another provider. TLCU were caring, friendly and attentive, and helped me by providing ...
I approached TLCU because my prosthetic leg was hugely painful to wear. They helped me by showing me the suitable options for my situation and ...
I approached TLCU because I was having problems with my prosthetic, and had heard a lot of positive things about them. They immediately helped me ...
FAQs - Can We Help You?
WA NDIS is the West Australian version of NDIS. We like to be a little different in the West and the WA state government has put its own… on the national NDIS model. Talk to the staff at TLCU will help you regarding any problems…..
It shouldn’t but there are medical reasons why it may like nerve damage……
It can take a while to “break in”a new device a bit like buy a new pair of shoes. If you walk too far in new shoes you can get blisters.
At TLCU we don’t like our clients wearing painful devices so if there is any issue call us!
There are many different ways that you device will be attached to you.
These days the most common is a silicone type liner and pin lock system. TLCU will discuss the options with you. We want you to have the most comfortable and practical solution to suit your life style
It can take a while to adjust to a new device and there will be some fine tuning required.
Its important to talk openly with you clinician about any problems you may have. Its their job to work with you to help achieve the best out come.
Yes – but you may need a special sports device.
Please discuss your sports needs with TLCU clinicians who will work with you and design your special device…