Prosthetic ankle joints
... to this function? Yes, in most cases. Although, rotation in the lower extremity is natural, it is not included in many prosthetic designs. The control of this range of motion may require a few days to master. After ...
... Indications Above knee amputations (transfemoral) Below knee amputations (transtibial) Activities requiring twisting, turning or uneven terrain Patients needing a reduction in vertical shock or torsion ...
The loss of a limb includes important proprioceptor and muscle groups that provide many types of torsional and shock-absorbing functions. The DeltaTwist® shock absorber with torsion function can help compensate for this loss. The shock ...
Multiflex ankle provides natural ankle movement for K2-K3 activity levels. Ball and socket design simulates natural ankle movement for stability and control on all terrain. Ball controls ...
1D12 - Ankle for 1B02 Single Axis Foot PROTEOR”12 solo For Endoskeletal Prosthesis
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