Upper limb prosthetics

We provide prostheses for all ambulation levels - conventional, myoelectric, bionic and proportional control systems.
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Myoelectric prosthetics

Myoelectric-controlled arm prostheses are externally powered prostheses, which means that they are not driven by the muscle strength of the patient, but with the aid of electric power.

i-Limb Quantum

i-Limb Quantum hand

i-Limb™ quantum is the new standard for myo-electric prosthetic hands. i-Limb™ quantum is the only upper limb prosthesis that can change grips with a simple gesture. By mastering only the hold open signal, the i-limb quantum wearer has access to a wide variety of grips and utility, via the intuitive and natural function of gesture control. Pre-programmed and custom grips.

Touch Bionics by Össur

Touch Bionics is available to patients missing one to all five digits on the hand. Each digit has its own motor and is individually articulating.

i-Limb Ultra

Utilizing its pulsing and vari-grip features allows the user to increase the strength of their grip around an object. This can be very useful in situations where a firmer grasp is required, such as tying shoelaces tightly or opening a tightly closed jar of food. Powered thumb.

i-Digits Quantum

Gesture control powered by i-mo™ technology uses simple gestures to change grips. Bluetooth enabled grip chips™ activate pre-set grips. New form-fitting anatomical design reduces profile in every dimension. Smaller digits now available.

Michelangelo hand by Ottobock

The Michelangelo prosthetic hand features a highly natural design that’s built on advanced technology. It gives its users more ways to move their hand, and make all sorts of everyday tasks easier and more natural. Imagine being able to grasp and hold objects with greater control—and less effort.

Utah U3+ Arm

U3+Arm incorporates Dual Lock System, and Silent Freeswing, along with the wireless Bluetooth communication.

Hybrid prosthetics

Hybrid prosthetics combine body-power and myoelectric control to give the amputee the ability to control the elbow and hand simultaneously.

Bebionic by Ottobock

Bebionic hands

With 14 different grip patterns and hand positions, the bebionic artificial hand is designed to handle almost anything that you need to do in an average day: from eating meals and carrying bags, to opening doors, switching on lights, and typing. Individual motors in each finger allow you to move the hand and grip in a natural, coordinated way. Proportional speed control gives you precision control over delicate tasks. The hand is available in three different sizes and with four wrist options to suit individual requirements.

Repetitive drills

Repetitive drills are all about re-learning how to do your routine activities naturally, and with confidence, while mastering the controls of your new prosthesis. We may ask you to complete certain tasks several times over again until you’re comfortable and relaxed in doing so. With enough repetition, you’ll be able to make movements like pouring a glass of water, driving the car, picking up small objects, etc., automatically without much thinking.

Myoelectric programming

Myoelectric arm and hand prostheses are controlled by electrical signals by your residual limb. A specialist will help prepare you to move forward with a myoelectric arm or hand by programming the controls and responsiveness. This allows the experts to customize the control to fit your specific needs and lifestyle so you can get the most out of myoelectric prosthesis.