The modern advancements in prostheses, made by Otto Bock, make it possible to preserve or restore mobility and quality of life. Different lives produce differing demands on your prosthesis. We provide prosthetic fittings that are perfectly adapted to your daily requirements.
Improved Mobility, Improved Confidence Among prosthetic patients it is found that confidence, in the prosthesis, is of utmost importance. The new C-Leg® has made improvements to create a device of increased reliability and security that users require all day long. Simultaneously, the C-Leg® provides options for greater customization than ever before.
Innovation that Moves
In order to
enhance further development of the C-Leg® substantial amounts of data
were collected from customers and users. The new functions added were
specific to the reported needs of prosthesis patients and serve to
compliment everyday freedom of movement.
Through countless clinical evaluations, the C-Leg® has been reviewed and assessed more than any other leg prosthesis system.
New C-Soft 2.4 Software
C-Leg® offers an updated version of the adjustment software that is
required in order to take full advantage of the prosthesis’ newly added
modular system is a compressive selection of knees, feet and adapters.
This reliable system will fabricate and fit a prosthesis that matches
your patients’ specific needs.
children are ready to explore the world and become independent. Keeping
pace with the other children when playing and performing everyday
activities is important for child development and growth. Our
prosthetics will ensure children have the confidence they need to reach
their full potential.
Ottoboch Arm and Leg Prosthetics Advancements
a high voltage accident Christian Kandlbauer lost both his arms and was
fitted with a myoelectric DynamicArm® on his right side. On his left
side, Christian was fitted with the DynamicArm® TMR which, until now,
was considered science fiction. This prosthetic is controlled with his
mind by simply moving his phantom arm in his mind. The
prototype was successfully tested and developed into a mind-controlled
arm prosthesis. Presently, the design offers three joints with an
extraordinarily high degree of autonomy and independence in everyday
life. This means that Christian Kandlbauer was able to return to work in
an auto repair shop and live without the assistance of others.
Christian Kandlbauer passed away in a traffic accident on his way to
work in October of 2010. His participation in the use of the Dynamic Arm
technology has created a solid foundation for the continuation of this
technological project that may benefit countless amputees in the future.
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