Upper Limb Prosthetics

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Representing over 175 manufacturers and 35,000 products, Cascade has serviced the O&P community throughout North America for over 30 years. Besides having an outstanding customer service team, Cascade offers a 10% discount to new accounts for the first 6 months and has overnight delivery—at only ground rates to you!
 
 
Coapt, LLC develops and produces pattern recognition controllers specifically designed to provide a more intuitive, natural myoelectric control option for powered prosthesis users. Coapt systems are designed to work with commercially available upper limb prosthetic elbows, wrists, and terminal devices and are fit seamlessly to new prostheses or retrofit to existing devices. Coapt's pattern recognition technology uses greater information from users' muscle signals, dramatically improving the function and adoption of the prosthesis, and is suitable is cases where using conventional myoelectric electrodes presents challenges.
 
The Kingsley Online Store is the only e-commerce site with the complete product lines from the finest names in orthotics and prosthetics. Orders placed online will be processed and shipped with the same care and speed that you have come to expect from Kingsley.
 
Naked Prosthetics designs and custom fabricates finger prostheses. These one-of-a-kind devices articulate freely and progressively with the residual finger, providing an option for people who need a finger prosthesis that can improve object manipulation, grip strength, and dexterity.
 
TRS Inc. Prosthetics designs, manufactures and sells high performance, body-powered, upper extremity, voluntary closing prehensors and bio-mechanical hands and components. TRS is also the world leader in specialized activity specific and sports and recreational prosthetic terminal devices and accessories.
 

The Texas Assistive Devices (TAD) interchangeable prosthetic tool system was designed to temporarily replace the hook or prosthetic hand on body-powered or electronic upper-limb prostheses to allow the user to efficiently and safely perform a wide range of activities. For people with partial hand amputations or hand dysfunction, the system components can also be used with TAD’s WHO brace equipped with quick disconnect coupler located in the palm.

TAD’s quick insert-release terminal device can hold a wide selection of interchangeable tools and implements, including dining or cooking utensils, personal grooming devices, and tools for gardening, carpentry, mechanic work, sports, hobbies, etc.

 

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