The 3R80 Prosthetic Knee is a knee prosthesis designed for use by individuals with lower extremity amputation. This knee's rotary hydraulic responds to ground reaction forces during the stance phase of gait. It utilizes a high hydraulic resistance to prevent involuntary flexion of the knee. This stance phase control is advantageous on uneven surfaces, slopes, and when walking down stairs. The knee has four optimized adjustment options for stance phase and swing phase control. Flexion and extensi
The Accent Foot is a prosthetic foot designed for use by individuals with lower extremity amputation. This is a cosmetically appealing foot with an adjustable heel height. This dynamic response foot incorporates transverse rotation and inversion-eversion for low to moderate activities. The foot is available with a dynamic pylon or an integrated pyramid. For cosmetic finishing, the foot has ankle fairing and a sandal toe.
The foot is lightweight and multi-axial, with three firmness options. Integ
The C-Leg, model 3C100, is a microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knee designed for use by individuals with lower extremity amputation. For stability, the knee's microprocessors control the knee's hydraulic function 50 times a second. The maxium flexion angle is 125 degrees. The knee is available in standard and knee-disarticulation versions. OPTIONS: Feet approved for use with the C-Leg are models 1D25, 1A30, and 1D10; C-Walk (model 1C40); LuXon Max (model 1E40); Lo Rider (mode 1E57); and the L
The Power Knee is a powered bionic knee prosthesis designed for use by individuals with above-knee amputation. This bionic knee replaces concentric muscle activity of the quadriceps to bend and straighten the knee. Working as an integrated extension of its user, it synchronizes motion with that of the sound leg. When walking on level ground, the user is gently propelled forward, allowing greater distances to be covered without tiring, while pelvic rotation is enhanced for a more natural gait. On
The Rheo Knee is a knee prosthesis designed for use by individuals with lower extremity amputation. This knee has a microprocessor-controlled swing and stance for natural
and efficient motion. High speed load cells accumulate information through the gait cycle, and this information is combined with data from the angle sensor to build up a profile of the user’s gait. Data from the sensors is received continually by a Dynamic Learning Matrix
Algorithm (DLMA), which matches the live data input to s