The New RUSH81™ FOOT by Ability Dynamics Find out why CP's and amputee's are raving about the new RUSH™ low profile foot. Our Flexeon™ fiberglass composite is two times more flexible than carbon fiber and nearly indestructible. This translates into zero dead spots, zero repairs, reduced socket issues and higher patient satisfaction. All of which are good for your business – and your patient.
Our unique design ensures the most stable, natural K3 mobility and lifestyle experience for your patients. Try it and see for yourself.
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!
College Park Industries designs and manufactures a full line of anatomically correct, customizable prosthetic foot and ankle systems. Our tagline for the past 25 years, “Technology for the Human Race”, encapsulates our passion for creating new benchmarks in prosthetic design and restoring maximum function for lower limb amputees of all ages and activity levels.
ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE and health for amputees through research, design and innovation is our commitment, and has been for over 100 years. Our award-winning echelon foot was designed with one goal in mind ... to allow amputees to get busy living. We are committed to creating the future of mobility through intensive research, the development and utilization of new materials and technologies and setting the industry standard for individual user service and care.
Originated in 1914 as Red Star Pharmacy by George Fillauer Sr., the Fillauer Companies, Inc. has transformed into an international orthotic and prosthetic company leading in technical advances and customer service. The Fillauer Companies, Inc. are composed of the subsidiaries Fillauer LLC, Hosmer Dorrance Corporation, Motion Control, Center for Orthotics Design, Centri, and the Trautman brand of equipment. Together the Fillauer Companies manufacture, distribute and custom fabricate a wide range of orthotic and prosthetic products including the DuraShock pylon, the Oscillator knee, the Utah Arm 3, the Isocentric RGO, the revolutionary Thermo Formable Composite and the Variable Speed Carver.
A philosophy of reliability, dependability, quality and service centered on total rehabilitation of the amputee has made Kingsley Mfg. Co. the largest manufacturer of prosthetic feet in the United States and second largest in the world. Orders placed online will be processed and shipped with the same care and speed that you have come to expect from Kingsley.
The Pro-Flex family is the newest addition to Össur's diverse selection of prosthetic feet. Offering increased range-of-motion and ankle power while decreasing sound side loading, the Pro-Flex family is designed to reduce comorbidities in patients and related costs to healthcare providers. Each member of the Pro-Flex family offers different height and impact dynamics to accommodate a variety of users.
provides an extensive array of prosthetic feet to cover the needs of the very athletic amputee demanding performance feet, to the everyday comfort needs of household ambulators. Whether you are searching for the newest and greatest products to hit the market, or tried and true products, SPS has what you are looking for.
Caring about you and your patients has been the primary focus of WillowWood since the company was founded in 1907. WillowWood’s full line of prosthetic feet provides a variety of feet for all activity and weight levels, including our low-activity Single-Axis foot to the high-activity Fusion™. Every product we design aims to enable individuals with limb loss to remain active and ready to live life to the fullest.
This supplier is integrated with the OPIE Software tools. Facilities that use OPIE Software can browse the supplier's catalog from within the software, select and configure components in an intuitive way, and then place an order electronically with the click of a button. Status updates, price changes, tracking numbers and other information provided by the supplier then feeds directly back into the facility's OPIE system.