Western Australian Limb Service for Amputees (WALSA)

The Western Australian Limb Service for Amputees (WALSA) provides funding for essential prostheses for eligible amputees through an integrated client-focused service.

WALSA provides funding assistance for eligible clients during their journey of rehabilitation and acquiring a prosthesis.

The Rehabilitation Technical Unit and the Private Prosthetic Providers provide services such as:

  • prosthetic assessment
  • design
  • manufacture
  • repair or maintenance of prostheses
  • supply of some consumable items related to the prostheses.

Types of prosthesis supplied with WALSA funding assistance

Read more about the types of prosthesis supplied by WALSA (Healthy WA) 


Find out more about who is eligible for WALSA services and how to register (Healthy WA) 

Service Providers on Contract

FOS Prosthetics and Orthotics

Main clinic:

  • Address: 10 Selby Street, Shenton Park WA 6006
  • Phone: 9381 3444


  • Address: 2/89 North Lake Road, Myaree WA 6154
  • Phone: 9330 3636

Visit FOS Prosthetics and Orthotics (external site).

Orthotic Prosthetic Solutions (OPS)

Main clinic:

  • Address: 2/46 Hasler Road, Osborne Park WA 6017
  • Phone: 9328 8022

Visit Orthotic Prosthetic Solutions (external site)


  • Address: Unit 4, 147–151 Belmont Avenue, Belmont WA 6104
  • Phone: 9277 2988

Visit TLCU (external site)

More information

  • Western Australian Limb Service for Amputees (WALSA)
    Department of Health Western Australia
    South Metropolitan Health Service
    Corporate and Clinical Contracting
    Address: Ground level, Administration building, 14 Barry Marshall Drive, Murdoch WA 6150
    Phone: 1300 884 903
    Email: walsa@health.wa.gov.au
Last reviewed: 29-05-2019
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Western Australian Limb Service for Amputees WALSA