Boise Parks and Recreation is having their annual Moonlight Golf Tournament fundraiser for their adaptive program "AdVenture."
AdVenture is for everyone with disabilities not just Boise residents. They have great programs and outings designed for people with physical or mental disabilities.
Registration for the 21st Annual Curt Recla Moonlight Golf Tournament is now open! During this fun tournament, we play nine holes of golf, break for dinner then play a few holes in the dark using glow-in-the-dark golf balls! The cost is only $70 per person and includes dinner.
This unique tournament benefits Boise Parks and Recreation’s Adaptive Recreation Program for individuals with disabilities. The tournament will take place Friday, September 7 at 6 p.m. at Warm Springs Golf Course. To sign up, please call 208-608-7680 (registration is first come first serve and will close on August 31).
We appreciate participation from our community and all proceeds go directly to supporting adaptive recreation. If you are unable to play, but still want to support the program, please consider sponsoring a hole. We look forward to you being a part of this great program. Thank you for supporting recreation for individuals with disabilities!
Sonya Buchholz and Emily Kovarik, CTRS
Boise Parks and Recreation Adaptive Recreation Department
Click Here for the Team Registration Form
Click Here for the Hole Sponsorship Form
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.
Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics has enjoyed hosting First Swing Golf Clinics the last two years.
NubAbility Athletics came to Boise this last weekend with great success. Kids from all across the country met at Bogus Basin for a special winter camp.
NubAbility mission statement - "The mission of NubAbility Athletics Foundation is to encourage, inspire, and instruct limb-different youth in mainstream sports. Our goal is to use limb-different athletes as coaches to get them out of the stands, off the bench and into the game so they can excel confidently in life."
Come to the
Western Idaho Amputee Group
First Tuesday of every month at 6 PM
600 N. Robbins Rd., Boise
Fourth floor of St. Lukes Elks Rehab Building
in the large Elks conference room.
For more information call
First Tuesday of Every Month at 6PM
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 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.
Our new Resident Practitioner at Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics in Twin Falls is enjoying exploring her new home in Idaho. The photo was taken at Dierkes Lake near Twin Falls Idaho.
We like to hear how our donations
have made a difference.
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
Coyote Design receives a nice thank you for sending prosthetic materials to Ghana O&P School.
Limbitless Challenge 2017
We are so pleased to have been part of this experience! Check out our pictures from the Limbitless Challenge 2017
One of Coyote P&O patients, Nick Edinger, won the "World's Strongest Disabled Man" competition in London.
In this interview Nick tells how Coyote Design's StabileFlex Socket design and Coyote Composite Basalt Fiber helps him succeed in power lifting.
Nick is a patient of Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Great job Dr. Myers
Rehab Systems (Coyote P&O), St. Luke's Rehabilitation, St. Luke's Clinic Physicians, St. Luke's Magic Valley Employees and 1st Federal Bank! If you would like to donate to this great cause please visit www.borah4balance.com.
Coyote Prosthetics and Orthotics (Formerly Rehab Systems) was a proud sponsor of the 4th Annual Warrior's Rock Climb at Castle Rock's State Park in Almo, ID, this past summer. 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.
4th Annual Warrior's Rock Climb
427 N. Curtis Rd.
542 Addison Ave W.,
Twin Falls, ID
Monday - Thursday
8AM - Noon / 1PM - 5:30PM
8AM - Noon / 1PM - 4PM