The Omega digital imaging system creates a 3D representation of the residual limb serving as a blueprint for the prosthetic socket. Through scanning technology even the most complex situations can be addressed. Omega replaces traditional plaster molds capturing the highly accurate, digital image in less than 1/100th of a second. That image is reviewed, modified by the practitioner, and used to fabricate the socket. (Website)


The Ottobock C-Leg® and Compact™ microprocessor-controlled knees are designed to deliver the best in stability and reliability, even walking down stairs step over step and walking up and down inclines. The on-board computer built into the knee senses and calculates the needs of the user more than 50 times a second. (Website)


The Compas system is comprised of a titanium Smart Pyramid™ (sensor) embedded in the prosthesis, a Master Module for communications and power, and computer software. After the patient dons the prosthesis and takes a series of steps, the sensor communicates with software (computer or PDA) via a wireless Bluetooth® connection. The Compas software automatically extracts and interprets the relevant information and instantly provides prosthesis-specific gait analysis. Since gait analysis and assessment is quantifiable with Compas, modifications can be made quickly and with more precision than ever before. (Website)

Élan Foot

Endolite's Élan foot conserves energy and optimizes momentum and stability with its microprocessor controlled assist and brake modes. Wearers are able to perform daily activities with ease and little effort. The Elan programs easily with software that detects the wearers gait characteristics and adjusts accordingly at various walking speeds, and on varied terrain. (Website)


The Ossur Flex-Foot is designed for energy efficiency, stability, and to create a natural gait for the wearer. Each component features the active heel, full length toe lever, plus proportional response and shock absorption. All contribute to a very natural, comfortable, and confident gait. (Website)

Genium® Microprocessor Knee

The Genium® is the latest in microprocessor-controlled knee technology from Ottobock. Using multiple sensors and controllers, the Genium can read movement at 100 times a second. It closely mimics a natural gait, reducing the mental effort required of users when changing speed, walking up or down stairs, avoiding obstacles, and walking backwards. (Website)

Harmony® VASS™ System

The Harmony® system by Ottobock applies Harmony® VASS™ (Vacuum-Assisted Socket System) technology. The technology creates an elevated vacuum between the patient's liner and socket wall, promoting natural fluid exchange and a secure fit. (Website)

MAS Socket

The MAS socket for above-knee amputees allows the wearer to sit on their gluteal muscle group, not the hard socket brim. This keeps the pelvis balanced during sitting, increasing comfort and cosmetic appearance.


The Renegade is a shock absorbing, low profile prosthetic foot providing high performance and a lightweight design. This responsive shock foot offers comfortable performance for amputees with a long residual limb and is ideal for everyday wear. (Website)

Rheo Knee®

The Rheo Knee is known as "the first artificially intelligent knee system that has the ability to learn and adapt to its user's movements, resulting in a continually improved and optimized performance." Manufacturer Ossur collaborated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to produce a knee that automatically learns and adapts to the user's movements and adjusts swing and stance resistance for optimal response and stability without the need for programming. It compiles information about the wearer's movements and programs itself. However, a set-up mode does allow a prosthetic practitioner to fine tune parameters. (Website)

Symbionic™ Leg

The first complete bionic leg, Ossurs' SYMBIONIC LEG combines a powered ankle with a microprocessor knee offering a range of benefits to transfemoral amputees, including active toe lift in swing to minimizes the risk of tripping, advanced stumble recovery with instant stance support, and automatic terrain adaptation to adjust according to steepness of slope. Heel height adjustment allows for changing shoes or going barefoot without concerns about prosthetic alignment. (Website)

Dynamic Arm®

The DynamicArm® from Ottobock, the most advanced myoelectric prosthesis for transhumeral amputees, provides a greater range of motion, closely mimics natural arm movements, and allows for quick, exact positioning of the hand, even with heavy objects. It's microprocessor communication system results in a faster transfer of information that commands the arm to move. (Website)

i-LIMB™ Hand

The i-LIMB Hand from Touch Bionics offers the use of five individually powered digits, which bend and move in addition to open and close. Grip options support almost all daily activities and the thumb can be rotated into different positions just as a biological thumb can. The i-LIMB Hand relies on advanced control software, which provides speed and grip-strength control to the device while patients generate signals to control it in a way that mimics how traditional myoelectric devices have operated in the past. (Website)

Michelangelo® Hand

The Michelangelo® Hand from ottobock is the only prosthetic hand with seven functional options, including a moveable thumb, allowing the user to pick up objects sideways, grip flat items from the side, carry cylindrical objects with a large diameter, and hold small objects securely using the thumb, middle finger, and index finger to form a three-point support. This prosthesis offers:

  • Two drive units for natural movement patterns,
  • Wrist joint with flexion, extension and rotation,
  • Cosmesis made of both hard and soft materials that mirror bones, joints, muscles, and tendons,
  • Increased responsiveness and predictability,
  • Neutral mode for resting the hand in a natural position

Touch Bionics' i-LIMB Pulse Hand

Touch Bionics' i-LIMB Pulse Hand offers enhanced capabilities to the wearer including pulsing grip strength, multiple software-enabled grip patterns, and durable aluminum construction to accommodate increased activity levels. Utilizing Touch Bionics' patented pulsing technology, the Pulse Hand provides increased and controllable grip strength to each individual digit making it ideal for certain activities of daily living. (Website)




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