About Us/FAQ


Mark A. Matisons, CPO, LPOMr. Matisons earned his bachelors degree from Graceland College in Iowa. He pursued the field of orthotics and prosthetics as his post graduate work at Shelby State in Memphis, TN. Prior to opening his practice in Corpus Christi, Mark was employed for the past ten years in the Dallas area with a National Orthotic- Prosthetic Company. Mark is a certified Prosthetist Orthotist by the American Board for Certification (ABC #1391). Mark is also a Licensed Prosthetist Orthotist by the Texas Board of Orthotics and Prosthetics (TXLPO #91). Mark has found his success from listening to the patient’s needs and applying their input in the design process.


 Matisons Orthotics-Prosthetics, LLC strives to provide a comprehensive orthotic and prosthetic facility. Our facility allows us to perform on-site fabrication which allows for higher level of quality control. The results of on-site fabrication allow for us to provide quicker turn around on all custom devices. This in turn provides better service to our patients.          



What are the credentials of your Prosthetist/Orthotist?

Answer: Mark is an ABC Certified CPO #1391. Mark is a Licensed Prosthetist
Orthotist by the Texas Board of Orthotics and Prosthetics – LPO #91.
Matisons Orthotics-Prosthetics, LLC is a licensed facility by the Texas Board of Orthotics/Prosthetics #101091.

Where is your facility located?

Answer: Matisons Orthotics-Prosthetics, LLC is located at 3560 S. Alameda, Suite 2, at the corner of Alameda and Ropes, directly across from Driscoll Children’s Hospital.

Will my insurance plan pay for these services?

Answer: Yes, most insurance plans cover durable medical equipment, orthotics and prosthetics. Each plan varies on coverage and usually only takes a few minutes to check on benefits at the time of your appointment.

Are your custom devices made in your facility?

Answer: Yes, there are very few procedures that are sent out for fabrication. This allows us to provide the highest level of quality control and provide the service in a timely manner.

How long does the fabrication of my custom orthosis/prosthesis take?

Answer: The time frame to expect is one week from the initial casting to fitting and delivery. Each specific service may vary depending on the specialty of the device.