Boise – (208) 342-4104

Caldwell – (208) 453-6404

Twin Falls – (208) 736-7330

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide the functioncomfort and outcomes we would expect for ourselves and our families through exceptional devicestechniqueproducts, and service.

Finding Solutions

Find the right solutions to your orthotic and prosthetic componentry with services from Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics in Boise and Twin Falls, Idaho. We specialize in providing you with a unique approach to helping you reach your specific health goals. Our team of American Board Certified Prosthetists and/or Orthotists have been able to stay at the forefront of advancements in our field. These new product advancements can be used to further improve and complement your prosthetic or orthotic needs.

Tom Whittaker climbing EverestEach person is different and our customized approach, tailored to individual needs, allows us to create achievable goals that are based on your lifestyle and physicality. At Coyote P&O, we use state-of-the-art methods to help elevate your prosthetic and orthotic issues. By combining the latest technologies with years of practical experience we are able to offer you the highest level of service possible.

Contact us in Boise, Caldwell or Twin Falls today for more information about how we are dedicated to making you healthier.

Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics (formerly Rehab Systems) was founded in 1994. The employees of Coyote have been serving Idaho for over 25 years. It is partnered with sister company Coyote Design, a prosthetic manufacturer, as a testing facility for technologically advanced product development. By combining the latest technologies with years of practical experience we are able to offer our clients the highest level of service possible.

Our Clinicians

Coyote P&O employs a highly trained staff. Clinicians possess either a bachelor’s degree or a post secondary degree in prosthetics orthotics. Training includes kinesiology physical assessments.

Our clinicians are also ABC certified (the highest level of credentialing in the field). Clinicians are required to regularly attend continuing education seminars to stay abreast of new developments. Keeping informed of new technology and products helps us best serve our patients. We are constantly striving to improve our products, performance, durability and cosmesis.

Patient Care Services

When a patient is referred with a prescription from a doctor, the clinician will assess each patient’s unique situation, needs, and goals. We will evaluate range of motion, muscle strength, and alignment. We will also take into consideration the potential for recovery, needs for vocation or occupation, and any concerns the patient may have in order to develop a device that will best suit their needs. The patient is involved in the decision process. We like to work as a team with the patient, family, physician, therapist and home health nurse.Diving with the Coyote Proximal Lock

Tom Whittaker meets Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics

(Formerly Rehab Systems)

Dale Perkins met Tom in 1979 shortly after Tom lost his foot in an accident. Tom Whittaker is the first amputee to summit Mt. Everest and was a Rehab Systems patient. (Now Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics)

Tom summited Mt. Everest as a mountaineer not as a tourist. Meaning he hiked the whole way with limited support. Rehab Systems built four sockets for Tom, two technical climbing sockets and two trekking sockets.

Tom Whittaker’s inspiring story of climbing Mount Everest is in the book he wrote “Higher Purpose.”

Tom Whittaker Climbing Everest
Tom Whittaker Climbing Everest
Tom Whittaker Climbing Everest

People want to hear your stories about how Coyote has helped you.