Coyote® will be closed Thursday Jan. 17th for our annual company meeting
We will resume normal business hours on Monday January 21st 2019.
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Who we are
Real world solutions for amputees,
created by amputees.
We are innovators and creators of orthotic and prosthetic devices that are used by O&P practitioners all over the world.
Whether you need prosthetic locking devices or prosthetic and orthotic parts your support team at Coyote Design can help find the solution you’re looking for. We design and build adult and pediatric prosthetic components for above and below knee amputees. We also design and build components with upper extremity and orthotic patients in mind. Ask us how our parts, materials or fabrication can help your practitioners, technicians and amputees.
Contact Coyote Design today and let’s get started. Click on the contact us tab and fill out the form to send a message to representatives from Coyote Design or call today at 208-429-0026.
Coyote Design has real-world solutions for amputees, created by amputees. We are innovators and creators of orthotic and prosthetic devices that are used by O&P practitioners all over the United States and the world.
Our prosthetic locks are water resistant and designed to stand up to the elements so your patient can live a more active life being able to participate in what ever activities life brings.
Our airtight prosthetic locks are the Air-Lock and Easy-Off Lock. These dual suspension pin systems are designed for comfort and added security. Being airtight helps to give the prosthesis a more intimate fit to the amputees residual limb and helps reduce pistoning in the prosthetic.
Our zero clearance prosthetic locks are the Proximal Lock, Low Pro Lock and the Summit Lock. These locks control rotation and the Summit Lock can be retrofit. We also have the Lanyard Puck which is a simple Velcro strap lanyard lock that is light weight with an ultra low build height.
Most of Coyote Designs products are designed and manufactured in Idaho. Our prosthetic parts are designed to support Below Knee (BK), Above Knee (AK), Upper Extremity prosthetics, Above Elbow (AE), Below Elbow (BE), and pediatric amputees.
Coyote also has orthotic designed struts these include the Dynamic Strut AFO and our Pediatric AFO Strut.
You may also be interested in our alternative to carbon fiber. Coyote Composite is a light weight and tough organic product that is safe to use and has less itch than carbon fiber. Coyote Composite is more flexible than carbon fiber making it more comfortable for patients and it makes a tougher prosthetic or orthotic since it is less brittle. The socket can still be made stiff if that is preferred.
We can custom build a prosthetic or orthotic for your patient and our Central Fabrication specializes in our products so be sure to contact us for a catalog.
We also have several on-line courses that can be taken for continuing eduction credits that demonstrate a number of different casting and fabrication methods. Go to www.opqschool for course descriptions.
Be sure to check out our "how to" or "do it yourself" videos on our this website by clicking on video at the top of the page or going to various product pages.
For United States product sales please contact one of these distributors.
For international product sales please contact one of these distributors.
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