New Attitude Welcomes You
Welcome to New Attitude. We are proud to present our company and our prosthetic services for women to help them after a breast cancer diagnosis and a mastectomy. Developed by a medical artist, what you see is the result of years of research and working one on one with women to create something of value and learning from women along the way.
New Attitude creates custom made breast prostheses for women. We provide a comfortable, safe alternative for women not having breast reconstruction. Our beautiful, realistic, bespoke breast prostheses mean a sooner recovery and the lightweight and comfortable design helps women be physically active after their treatment and helps them achieve their wellness goals.
See why we have a New Attitude.
Our Custom Made Breast Prostheses
Combining Art With Technology and New Materials
A Partial Prosthesis After a Lumpectomy
Comfortably Restoring Symmetry
Nipple Prostheses After Breast Reconstruction
Completing a Surgical Breast Reconstruction
Single Prosthesis After a Mastectomy
Lightweight Realistic and Comfortable
Bilateral Prostheses After a Double Mastectomy
Expertly Crafted by a
"Medicine took me apart and art put me back together."
AC, Rhode Island, A New Attitude Client
"What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language."
Irene R Healey
With our expertly crafted custom made breast prosthesis, women do not have to change how they dress after surgery for breast cancer. We create everything to fit each individual woman we work with."
New Attitude Founder
Irene R. Healey
"People who make things know that one doesn't have to accept the world as it is. We can imagine a better solution, and we have the ability to make that solution come into being. People who create things have the privilege of being able to invent new ways of doing things which can make a difference in people's lives."
Irene Healey combines her knowledge of art and science with medicine and technology. She is a graduate of the Art as Applied to Medicine program in the College of Medicine at the University of Toronto. As part of the medical art degree, she studied Gross Anatomy, Histology and Surgical Techniques. Prior to her medical art training, she earned a specialization in sculpture from the Ontario College of Art.