A: The cost of a prosthetic device varies greatly depending on the type and quality of components that are being used to create it. Think of in terms of automobiles, you wouldn’t expect an affordable family sedan to cost the same amount of money as a sports car. The good news is: as long as your need for advanced components can be medically justified and supported with evidence from your medical record, most insurance companies will pay for them.
Since the financials of a prosthesis vary so wildly with the specific device that is being proposed for you, the best way to learn more about the cost of your device is to call one of our Administrators. They will be able to assist you in determining the overall cost of the device, how much will be covered by insurance, and what, if any, financial responsibilities you may have.