Upper Limb Prosthetics

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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.
 
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.
 
is a leading supplier of upper-limb prosthetic products with a long history of product manufacturing. In addition to the products the company manufactures itself, it distributes complementary products from three of the leading international suppliers of prosthetic devices: RSLSteeper of England, VASI of Canada and Center, AB of Sweden. The company offers a full line of upper-limb components and accessories, from simple body-powered components to the new sophisticated Boston Digital™ Arm System
 
Motion Control, a Fillauer Company, is the leading US manufacturer of external powered, upper extremity components. Since 1981, Motion Control has provided products such as the U3, U3+ and Utah Hybrid Elbow, the MC Hand, and the water-resistant ETD, providing unparalleled function in a robust terminal device. The MC Electric Wrist provides twice the speed and torque as previous devices, is 5 db quieter than any other wrist, and can be used with the MC Flexion and Multi-Flex wrist for additional function. ProPlus devices place microprocessor control in each device, allowing interchangeability with other manufacturers’ terminal devices, wrist units, etc.
 
Naked Prosthetics designs and Manufactures custom finger prostheses. These one-of-a-kinds, 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. Naked Prosthetics has two models of prosthetic fingers, design to replace partial to total finger loss. The MCPDriver is a functional finger prosthesis designed for people with amputations at the proximal phalanx. The PIPDriver is for amputation levels at the middle phalanx. What sets these devices apart is how robust and intuitive they are to use. Each is designed to suit the patient’s affected finger, allowing them to quickly return to a demanding lifestyle.
 
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.
 
Spinal Technology, Inc. is a leading central fabricator of Spinal orthotics, upper and lower limb orthotics and prosthetics. Our ABC Certified staff Orthotists / Prosthetists collaborate with highly skilled, experienced technicians to provide the highest quality products, fastest delivery time, including weekends & holidays, as well as unparalleled customer support in the industry.

Spinal Technology is the exclusive manufacturer of the Providence Scoliosis System, a nocturnal bracing system designed to prevent the progression of scoliosis, and the patented FlexFoam™ spinal orthoses.

For information contact: 800-253-7868; Fax: 888-775-0588;
E-Mail: info@spinaltech.com or visit our website at: www.spinaltech.com
 
SteeperUSA manufacture a comprehensive range of upper limb prosthetic components in addition to custom and production silicone cosmeses. bebionic is the latest addition to our upper limb product portfolio which also includes state of the art myo-electric hands and control systems, robust body powered components and lightweight cosmetic systems. Combining ease of control with elegance of design, the bebionic hand has been created with the principles of durability, performance and simplicity firmly in mind. The naturally compliant fingers and thumb provide a secure platform to perform everyday tasks using common grip patterns.
 
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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