The legacy of West Virginia Orthotic and Prosthetic Center can be traced directly to the depression-era moment when J. Harvey Lett accepted a 30-cent-per-hour job making metal braces. Today, the business is run by his son, Gerald, and grandson, Alan, with the same pride of workmanship established over 75 years ago.
The center provides personalized, physician-prescribed prosthetic and orthotic devices for people who need them. And that’s where family really comes in.

"We put our whole hearts into it," says Gerald, "We put people back together."


Our facility is certified
by the American Board
for Certification in
Orthotics, Prosthetics
& Pedorthics, Inc.