Internal beta testing of the TaiLor Made prosthetic foot continues at POA! Mabio demonstrates how he is able to run and play soccer with complete control and stability he has never felt before. #noboundaries
The buzz on this gorgeous prosthetic leg cover is that in addition to it’s beauty it is also light-weight, easy to don, and affordably priced! What a great way for amputees to express themselves with style! Click on following link for more info: Fashion for Prosthetics
First day walking on my new prosthesis with Genium knee and Endolite Blade foot. I felt like I was walking on air, and with energy I haven’t felt in years. My kids are having a hard time keeping up with me! I want to jump and run!!! Maybe I will! 😉 Stay tuned for the next update! First day on new prosthesis
Wow! Otto Bock’s Genium prosthetic leg system was chosen over 14,000 other submissions from 58 countries to receive a prestigious Design Award! Click on following link to read more. O&P Edge article
We fit Dan Gade, a hip-disarticulate amputee with the Otto Bock Genium Bionic Knee System this past week. He didn’t think it would live up to it’s hype, but decided to try it anyway. He’s glad he did. Before he left our office to return to his position at West Point Academy, he played a round of golf with Stan. Hip Disarticulate Playing Golf using Genium bionic knee
POA patient Jeff Moore was recently fit with the X2 bionic knee (military version of the Genium). He says it definitely lives up to the hype! X2/Genium Video
We fit POA patient Jean Law, a bi-lateral below knee amputee, with this brand new technology today! The main features of the foot are the lightweight integrated vacuum pump and shock absorbing/rotation functionality. Says, Jean, “It feels very light, comfortable and natural; not stiff at the ankle like other prosthetic feet.”
Ronnie Dickson put together a video featuring some of our patients trying out the new Otto Bock Genium knee and placed it on his blog, takealegoff.blogspot.com. He also included written feedback from our POA blog. Click here to view video/article.