Taylor Mcleod is like any other 20-month-old child. He is full of energy and eager to explore the world around him. He climbs, toddles around, and gets into everything. But not so long ago, his mobility was greatly limited. As a unilateral congenital Symes amputee, every step was a struggle for Taylor. Now, thanks to his new articulated Symes ankle prosthosis (ASAP), he is able to walk, climb, and explore his world at will.