Our Mission is to provide our patients with superior quality service and care. To create a work family that employees are proud and satisfied to be a part of. To be a trustworthy organization that providers refer to. To promote a financially healthy company to maintain stability and nurture growth.




since 1888

Winkley has earned a reputation for dependable, high quality prosthetics and orthotics.  As a fifth generation, family-owned company, we take pride in providing the most advanced care possible.

As leaders in our field we take this responsibility personally, and it shows in the competent, caring service we provide.  
Winkley is the largest privately owned orthotics and prosthetics manufacturer and provider in the area, with seven locations in the Twin Cities metro area and two in Wisconsin.

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what our patients are saying:

"I am a new BK amputee and I have been in awe over my experience at Winkley. Andy has spent time in educating me every step in this process, talking about options, and answering our many questions. I think he was almost as excited as I was for my first steps, which shows the quality and heart in your employees. Every other person thinks they are the most important client...but I am pretty sure I think it is me :), at least that is how I am treated. Thanks Andy and Winkley!"

—  Michelle H. via website testimonial



740 Douglas Drive North

Golden Valley, Minnesota 55422

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 © 2021 The Winkley Company | Winkley Orthotics & Prosthetics | Winkley Artificial Limb Co. | Since 1888

 The Winkley Company dba. Winkley Orthotics & Prosthetics

740 Douglas Drive North

Golden Valley, MN 55422

Tel. 763-546-1177

Fax. 763-847-9508


Gregory S. Gruman

President 1983 - 2017 Office electronics were still developing when Greg took over the Company in 1985. Fax machines were introduced and several levels of computers were tried. Through the next three decades the computers evolved from tape and hard discs to floppy discs to the Cloud; hard wired to wireless and hand held.