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What to Expect as A Cornerstone Patient

At Cornerstone, you can expect superior quality prosthetic and orthotic services to meet your individual needs and expectations.  Learn more about the Cornerstone experience and what to expect as a patient. Get all the information you need on our state-of-the-art technology and specialized care and the chance to experience Cornerstone's unmatched prosthetic and orthotic care excellence.

Dave Hughes working with Everett Office Admin Staff


We hope you will find comfort and encouragement in knowing you are not alone. Many others have successfully regained mobility, and through the support of your physician and rehabilitation team, you too can regain independence and continue living a very positive, active and productive life.



To schedule an appointment with Cornerstone Prosthetic and Orthotics find your closest Cornerstone location and give us a call today. Here's what you can expect. Appointment #1: At your first appointment, your practitioner will evaluate, measure, and may take a cast mold of you. The casting process consists of a procedure using plaster or fiberglass wrap (which is removed after it hardens). Your appointment is complete at that point. Prior to your next visit, your cast will be used for the fabrication of a custom device. Casting is occasionally postponed to another appointment for various reasons. You will not receive a custom device on your first visit, however prefabricated devices are often provided on the first visit.

Cornerstone Patient receiving an adjustment on running blade prosthetic.


Cornerstone accepts insurance from many providers. This list changes regularly, call our office for the most up to date information. Insurance we work with: •Aetna •American Health Holdings •Amerigroup •BCBS Blue Card, Premera, Regence •Bridgespan •Cigna •Community Health Plan of WA •Coordinated Care •Coventry Insurance •Crime Victim of WA •DSHS, DSHS Alaska, DSHS Oregon •First Choice •GEHA •HMA •Humana •Indian Tribal Plans •Kaiser WA •L&I Federal USDOL/OWCP, L&I Self Insured, L&I State WA •Lifewise •Medicare •Molina •Mutual of Omaha •Northwest Physicians Network •Northwest Plumbers & Pipefitter •Polyclinic •Providence Health Plans •Providence Physicians Group •Shasta •Soundpath Health •Tricare for Life •UMR •United HealthCare •USFHP – Pacmed •VA •Wellcare Medicare •WSHIP

How to Schedule an Appointment

1 / Prescription

Obtain a signed prescription (Rx) from your physician (MD or DO)

2 / Medicare Insurance

If you have Medicare and were prescribed one of the devices listed below, please Download and print the appropriate PDF Dear Physician Letter from the links below. Be sure you take this letter with you to your next physician appointment.


Your physician will then need to provide you with a copy of their chart notes (or they may be faxed to Cornerstone).

Medicare requires that the physician's chart notes follow specific guidelines for the prescribed device.

3 / Call Cornerstone

Find a location nearest you. 

4 / What You'll Need

Once your appointment is scheduled, please bring the following and show up 15 minutes early for registration:

  • a. photo ID

  • b. insurance card

  • c. prescription (Rx)

5 / (Optional) Complete Your Registration Paperwork

You may also download and print the registration forms and bring them completed with you to your appointment.  Registration Forms

Mike Smith working with quad amputee patient for upper limb prosthetic.
"I love the atmosphere at Cornerstone. Always willing to help and with a smile. They have always gone out of there way to make sure that I have what I need in a very timely matter! They are great people and I would definitely recommend them to anyone!"

Rochelle Osborn

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