Prosthetics – upper extremity
Our team is skilled to create prosthetics for the upper extremity for kids and adults. We also design silicone finger and partial hand prosthetics. The prosthetic has to combine cosmetic design and functionality. This is a requirement for al self-confident integration in business and social live.
Range of articles
- Finger and partial hand prosthetics (Silicone)
- Prosthetics for wristexarticulations
- Below elbow Prosthetics
- Prosthetics for ellbowexarticulation
- Upper arm Prothetics
- Prosthetics for shoulderexarticulation
- Electronical armprosthetics
- Armprosthetics for children
Electronical armprosthetics are the types with the highest rehabilitation value. They characterize with natural design and high level functionality. It is possible to reintegrate the patient with his physical apilities
Finger- and partial hand prosthetics (silicone)
This kind of prosthetic is designed to look very natural.
On first sight it is impossible to see a difference between Prosthetic device and the real finger or hand.
The color, the nails, the crinkles, everything is crafted by hand for a great effect.
System Electrohands (Otto Bock)
Providing optimum patient care means meeting many different objectives, some of which are diametrically opposed. Demands for high functionality, durability, low susceptibility to failure, high grip speed, and high grip power must be balanced with the desire for low weight, low power consumption and an attractive appearance.
The result is the Otto Bock System Electrohand with the three-fingertip grip. It consists of the mechanism, the interior system hand, and the cosmetic glove, which can be recolored individually with appropriate special markers to create a more natural look.
There are a variety of sizes and connection possibilities for establishing the mechanical and electrical connection to the shaft this helps cover a wide range of indications.
Thanks to the world novelty Transcarpal Hand in future numerous patients, who previously had to be fitted with cosmetic prostheses, will be given the possibility of gripping objects.
Thanks to the world novelty Transcarpal Hand in future numerous patients, who previously had to be fitted with cosmetic prostheses, will be given the possibility of gripping objects. This does for the first time open up the possibility also to fit the big group of patients with long residual limbs up to the transcarpal amputees at a fitting length matching the length of the sound arm.
Due to its new control unit the Transcarpal Hand has a very compact design with the advantage of a weight being about 150 grams lower than the weight of comparable hand types for patients with wrist disarticulation. As the relevant group of patients normally can perform pro- and supination (ulna and spoke bones conserved) the relevant joint for this function has been left away.