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C-Leg

C-Leg

The C-Leg Above-Knee Prosthetic Leg

C-Leg continues the industry-leading tradition of improving outcomes for more than 70,000 fittings worldwide. With studies citing increased stability and reduced falls*, C-Leg is weatherproof, can be controlled with the iOS** and Android Cockpit app, and makes walking backward easier. Whether on sidewalk steps or dodging subway crowds, C-Leg helps transform the way you walk.

**Only available with units purchased after July 2, 2018.

Harmony

Harmony

The Harmony volume management prosthesis

By improving linkage with your leg, Harmony improves your gait and increases security, providing confidence and connection with each step.

The latest Harmony P4 pump combines superb suspension, torsion, and vertical shock into a compact and streamlined package. No external tubing is required for the Harmony P4, increasing convenience, while the smaller size means those with longer residual limbs can also now experience the benefits of the latest Harmony design.

DVS-Dynamic-Vacuum

DVS Dynamic Vacuum

A small device with great results

The DVS - Dynamic Vacuum is barely visible between the residual limb and the socket. Even though it is very small, it has a huge effect on how the prosthesis feels and fits your body.

DVS produces an active vacuum within the socket, helping to keep the prosthesis securely in place at all times. Step by step the vacuum is activated and dynamically adapts to your walking speed: As you walk faster the vacuum increases, creating security and comfort within your socket.

It's designed to support you in all kinds of everyday situations, from playing with the kids to a busy day at work.

Myoelectric Prosthesis

For upper-limb amputees, myoelectric-controlled prostheses offer the ultimate combination of function and natural appearance. Designed to mimic human anatomy and motion, electronic components are the closest alternative to an anatomical hand or arm. Thanks to constantly advancing technology, the latest prosthetic systems feature astonishing capabilities:

Elbows that flex and extend with muscle signals so you can reach for a beverage and bring it to your lips Wrists that bend and rotate, allowing you to position objects for convenient viewing and handling Hands that can lug a suitcase or hold an egg without cracking it Thumbs that can change orientation to over multiple hand positions