Alabama Artificial Limb & Orthopedic Service Inc. (AALOS) is central Alabama’s premier choice for your prosthetic, orthotic, post-mastectomy and pedorthic needs. AALOS offers a strong community network of high quality rehab partners, in a loving and caring environment, to each of our patients. With AALOS, you are never alone. Come, be a part of our family.
For over 60 years, AALOS Prosthetics and Orthotics has been serving the unique needs of our patients and striving to be at the center of excellence in prosthetics and orthotics. A family owned company, AALOS is based in Montgomery, AL and operates under the leadership of Glenn Crumpton, CPO, CPed.
Alabama Artificial Limb & Orthopedic Service, Inc. is the product of a merger of two exceptional companies, Alabama Artificial Limb Company and Orthopedic Service Company of Montgomery, both rich with tradition, experience and family. Operating under one roof has given the company much strength, as patients continue to benefit from more than sixty years of experience and expertise from our practitioners. AALOS has added full-time facilities in Opelika, Alabama, Selma, Alabama, and Dothan, Alabama, and now specializes in custom, pre-fabricated pedorthic devices, and post-mastectomy forms and accessories. As the art and science of prosthetics and orthotics has continued to advance, so too have the professionals at AALOS, adapting to new technologies and techniques over the last 6 decades.
Founders, Alfred G. Latimer (Al) and Daniel J. Seals (Joe) built the company on progressing technologies and personal experience, as Joe had been a below knee amputee since he was eighteen months old. Together, they developed an overall philosophy at Alabama Artificial Limb & Orthopedic Service, Inc, of offering a team-related approach to rehabilitation and combining professional services with those of other allied health professionals.
Today, the company is operated by Al’s grandson, Glenn Crumpton, C.P.O., C.Ped. He continues to place a high emphasis on continuing education in order to stay at the forefront of the ever-changing world of prosthetics and orthotics.