"I have been able to return to my previous employment with the assistance of my Prosthetist at Miller-Meier." Thanks for all of your help!
TN:Toulon, Illinois

My Practitioner was so friendly and knowledgeable. They helped me understand my condition, what my options were and assisted me in making a choice to address my needs. Thanks for all of your help and advice!
KL:Davenport, Iowa

I still have my legs because of my Orthotist at Miller-Meier. I cannot thank you enough.
CT: Davenport, Iowa

My wife is able to walk with dignity again. Thank you for all of your help and advice. We are both very pleased that our doctor referred us to Miller-Meier Limb and Brace.
AD: Bettendorf, Iowa

 February 12, 2013


Miller - Meier Limb & Brace Inc.
Clinton, Iowa
Dear Tina & Nick,
I have never written a letter of thanks to a company, but this time I need to. I hope you share this letter with future patients.
I am 64 and have had a bad ankle for many years. Old sports injury and arthritis reduced me to painful hobbling and too much time spent sitting instead of enjoying our grandchildren. Every step hurt. Too much time on my feet and I paid dearly that night and the next day.
I heard of Miller & Meier from my uncle, who also has bad ankles. I made an appointment with Nick and the rest of the story is wonderful.
He will listen to you, then he will put you at ease as he explains how he is going to help you. The man is highly professional and at the same time very approachable. He makes you feel like family.
He made a cast of my leg & ankle from which he made a brace that fits exactly around my ankle. The first time Nick put the brace on my leg is the FIRST TIME IN YEARS I CAN WALK WITHOUT PAIN.
For anyone looking for help from chronic ankle problems PLEASE contact these folks. It's wonderful to live without pain.
I only wish I had hooked up with him years ago.
THANK YOU, Nick & Tina
Rick Lanning
Saint Louis, Missouri

Robin James, pictured below on January 8th, 2013 after her successful completion of the 3.3 mile Susan G. Komen Run in Davenport, Iowa.

Robin has been training for this event since being diagnosed with cancer herself. She completed the event, walking the 3.3 miles in a time of 1 hour and 38 minutes. All of the staff at MMLB applauds Robin's determination and successful completion of your goal.

Congratulations to Robin and all of MMLB's Amputees who took part in this event !!!!!!!!!!!! 


Mike Cini says : "MMLB and their staff have always made me feel like I was in my own home. They take a very personal interest in my needs and accomplishments. I could not have achieved the goals without MMLB's very personal and professional attention to my prosthetic needs"

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