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ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE and health for amputees through research, design and innovation is our commitment, and has been for over 100 years. Our newest innovation the ORION Microprocessor Knee was designed to provide the stability 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.
From early rehab to full recovery, the new RHEO KNEE® XC microprocessor knee enables users to walk faster and farther while lowering exertion. Plus, we offer a comprehensive line of mechanical knees, including Balance Knee OFM2 and Balance Knee OFM1 for lower active amputees, OP4, OP5, Mauch and Total Knee for more active amputees, and Cheetah Knee for running and sprinting.
Your goal is to provide the best possible outcome for your patient. Ottobock’s full range of high-quality, individualized solutions fit every lifestyle and will help you give your patients the function and reliability they need. Established in 1919 in Germany, in the U.S. in 1958 and in Canada in 1978, Ottobock continues its commitment to help people retain and increase their physical independence.
The unique designs of the Medipro Family of Knees couple the attributes of safety and stability to increase the comfort and reliability of moderate to low activity amputees. Four Bar Polycentric Knee (OP2), Single Axis Pneumatic Weight –Activated Locking Knee (OP3), 4 Bar Locking Knee (OFM1) and 4 Bar Polycentric Knee (OM8) are suitable for ambulators with weights up to 220 lbs (100kg).
Caring about you and your patients has been the primary focus of WillowWood since the company was founded in 1907. Every product we design aims to enable individuals with limb loss to remain active and ready to live life to the fullest. Our knees cater to low-activity amputees who need stability or are just relearning how to walk. Knee styles include friction-controlled polycentric designs and a simple stabilized knee design.

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