Idaho’s rugged outdoors are now more accessible than ever for people with disabilities

The Idaho Statesman did a really great article on accessibility in Idaho and video on the First Climb Event in Boise that Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics sponsored along with an interview including Coyote’s CEO Matt Perkins.


Local ABC TV Affiliate did a really nice “Made in Idaho” segment on our company.

We like to hear how our donations have made a difference.

Ghana – Brothers Tarcissius P&O Training Center

I’m following up quite late with this thank you note. Attached to this message are some photos from our visit to the Brother Tarcissius Prosthetic and Orthotic Training Center (BTPOTC) in Ghana. They have a 3 year P&O program. We were there for two weeks to assist with the third years final exams. During the 2 weeks the students evaluated and casted someone in need of a KAFO or a transfemoral prosthesis, and then fabricated and fit the device. Below are photos of the 1st and 2nd years in class saying thank you for the plaster spreaders and thumb drives (they really appreciated the thumb drives!). We gave these items to the third years as well; you can see one of the third year students modifying his cast in preparation for test fitting. The 4 hole connectors were incredibly useful. You can see them preparing to do a one step lamination with the 4 hole connector positioned at the distal end of the cast in the photo of the guy holding the PVA bag. The last photo you can see the pyramid at the end of the laminated socket. Finally, we gave the plaster mixing bowls to the instructors.

Thank you again for donating these useful and generous gifts to share with the program in Ghana. We really appreciated being able to bring these tools to them.


Sue Spaulding, CPO

Orthotics and Prosthetics Activities Foundation (OPAF) put together a really nice video.

If you are not familiar with OPAF they put on a series of First Clinics for amputees.

Check if they have a clinic in your area. They do a really nice job.

5th Annual Warrior’s Rock Climb 2017

Brad, Nicole, and Kate had a fantastic time and met some wonderful people at the 5th Annual Warriors Rock Climb! Check out pictures from the event.

Coyote Design’s patient care company Coyote Prosthetics & Orthotics has been a sponsor of Warrior’s Rock Climb at Castle Rock’s State Park in Almo Idaho for a few summers. This incredible event is put on each year for local Veteran’s and their families.  The mission of Warriors Rock Climbing event is to show Veterans that their communities care about them by providing a fun event that both they and their families can participate in. Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics is honored to support this event.

limbitless challenge 2017

We are so pleased to have been part of this experience! Check out our pictures from the Limbitless Challenge 2017

Great job Dr. Myers, Coyote Design, Rehab Systems, St. Luke’s Rehabilitation, St. Luke’s Clinic Physicians, St. Luke’s Magic Valley Employees and 1st Federal Bank! The group climbed Mt. Borah, Idaho’s highest peak at 12,662 feet. It was a fundraser to aquire a Neurocom Balance Master System for patients in Central Idaho. So far Dr Myers and his team have raised $100,000 If you would like to donate to this great cause please visit

O&P Edge Magazine did a nice article on pediatrics and quoted Matt Perkins CEO from Coyote Design and Rehab Systems and Brent Wright CP BOCO a certified prosthetist and orthotist that works closely with Coyote Design on testing its new products and teaching classes on prosthetic and orthotic design.

The article was written by Judith Philipps Otto

Coyote Design recently donated connectors and modification tools to Brent Wright CP BOC/O and his effort to make prosthetics for the underprivileged in Guatemala. Linked is a great little video Brent produced about their work.

Brent Wright CP BOC/O a certified prosthetist and orthotist helps test Coyote Designs new products and teaches many of our classes.

Brent Lives in Raleigh, NC and works for East Point Prosthetics & Orthotics and has been helping in Guatemala for a number of years. Brent blogs at