Michelangelo: Prosthetic hand
The Michelangelo prosthetic hand features a highly natural design that’s built on incredible technology. It will give you more ways to move your 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.
Custom Silicone Prosthesis
If you are looking for a natural, custom prosthetic system, then a Custom silicone prosthesis is your best option. Whether you are shaking hands or giving a presentation, you’ll feel comfortable and confident with your prosthesis. Tailored to your specific shape and skin color, this low profile option can be customized to include your freckles, veins, and even hair—making it as realistic as possible.
Dynamic Arm Elbow: Prosthetic Elbow
The Dynamic Arm Elbow prosthesis gives you the power and speed to get things done! It incorporates a powerful electric motor in combination with the Vario Drive clutch to help you both flex and extend your elbow—while holding up to 11 lbs! Paired with the Sensor Hand Speed—the fastest, most powerful prosthetic hand available –the system is able to handle it all. Its Automatic Forearm Balance system spares energy and makes it look and feel even more natural.
With the i-Limb Quantum, your prosthesis looks and moves like a natural hand. Motorized digits allow the hand to bend at the joints of each digit and individual stall out technology gives the hand a compliant grip so that the hand accurately conforms around the shape of the object being grasped. Utilizing its pulsing and vari-grip features, the i-limb ultra 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.
i-Digits Quantum is the first individually designed, multi-articulating partial hand prosthesis that can be controlled with simple gestures for partial hand absence where the level of loss or deficiency is distal to the wrist and proximal of the metacarpophalangeal joint. Anywhere from one to five digits can be replaced.