Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service (PSAS) - Cheyenne VA Medical Center
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Cheyenne VA Medical Center

 

Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service (PSAS)

VA Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service (PSAS) is the largest and most comprehensive provider of prosthetic devices and sensory aids in the world. 

Although the term "prosthetic device" may suggest images of artificial limbs, it actually refers to any device that supports or replaces a body part or function. 

PSAS provides a full range of equipment and services to Veterans.  These include items worn by the Veteran, such as an artificial limb or hearing aid; those that improve accessibility, such as ramps and vehicle modifications; and devices surgically placed in the Veteran, such as artificial hips and pacemakers.

PSAS Mission:

The mission of PSAS is to provide comprehensive support to optimize health and independence of the Veteran. Our vision is to be the premier source of prosthetic and orthotic services, sensory aids, medical equipment, and support services for Veterans.

More specifically, the unique goal of PSAS is to serve Veterans with special needs for prostheses and sensory aids who suffer from one or more of the following medical conditions/diseases:


 •             Amputation
 •             Blind and Visually Impairment
 •             Cardio-Pulmonary Disease
 •             Cerebral/Vascular Disease
 •             Diabetes
 •             Geriatric Care
 •             Hearing and Speech Impairment
 •             Muscular Dysfunction
 •             Neurological Dysfunction
 •             Orthopedics
 •             Peripheral Vascular Disease
 •             Podiatric Care
 •             Spinal Cord Injured and Spinal Cord Dysfunction
 •             Traumatic Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Dysfunction

Basic eligibility requirements for PSAS items and services:

The basic eligibility requirement for PSAS items and services is that Veterans are enrolled in the VA health care system and that their provider at the appropriate facility generates a prosthetic consult request for a prosthetic item and/or service while giving a proper medical justification for the request.  All Veterans enrolled in the VA health care system are eligible for all medically needed prosthetics, medical equipment, and supplies. 

Contact Info

Location

  • Building 1, Bottom Floor, Basement, BL-51

Contact Number(s)

  • 307-778-7550 Ext. 7020
  • 307-778-7550 Ext. 7226

Hours of Operation

  • 8:00AM to 4:30PM, Monday through Friday