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Walk Naturally on Any Terrain with the Össur Proprio Foot

Posted by Bryan Potok on

One out of two prosthetic users reports the fear of falling, which can result in a more sedentary lifestyle as they avoid certain activities to prevent tripping or falling. The redesigned Össur Proprio Foot aims to reduce the possibility of falling while also helping prosthetic users walk naturally on any terrain.

 Ossur Proprio Foot lets you walk naturally on any terrain.

The latest iteration of the Proprio Foot is designed for low to moderately active lower-limb amputees. It reduces the risk of tripping and falling, thanks to its motor-powered ankle motion that increases toe clearance during swing phase by raising the prosthetic toe area. It also adapts to changing terrain 60% faster than the previous version. This improvement sees enhanced walking quality on stairs and other inclined surfaces.

The Proprio Foot features a full-length toe lever that matches the length of your sound side foot. This is a welcome upgrade for prosthetic users of other prosthetic feet; the design makes it possible for the user to spend equal time on both the prosthetic foot and the biological leg. This results in better walking symmetry as well as reduced impact to the sound side limb.

For those who like switching out their shoes, the Proprio Foot’s heel height can now be adjusted. This feature reduces the chance of misalignment of the prosthesis, minimizing walking fatigue and discomfort typically experienced with poor alignment.

The foot, which weighs 3.3 lbs with its foot shell, has a split toe and a sandal toe. The former helps the user maintain his or her balance and stability, which reduces impact during the loading phase of walking. Meanwhile, the former offers a more anatomical look as well as functional compatibility with sandals.

The redesigned Proprio Foot can be used in wet and humid environments; however, it cannot be submerged in water.

Users can adjust the Proprio Foot’s ankle alignment when switching out footwear through the accompanying Össur Logic app for iOS devices. Step count and battery level can also be monitored through the app.

If you’re interested in getting a Proprio Foot, consult your prosthetist.  
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  • Can you give me some a price

    eddie fernandez on

  • I am a customer, approximately 9 months ago, I made a purchase that I was very happy with.. Anyway, I would like to purchase socks that are designed to fit over the outside of my “Liner” ➖ And a few other items. Thank you, Mike

    Mike Fanning on

  • i’m missing both legs btk, can i use two proprio feet? im spposed to talk toy prostheticist tpday. he wants to replace my original sleeves and liners with the same things. i want to upgrade to ossur . what wpuld be a good argument in favor of ossur? should i accept the replacements and then just order the ossur from you? i wonder whether i will be able to attach the proeprio. foot myself? i wont be able to see him in person until maybe nextmay. thank you. please reply asap.

    Jeff Van Gemert on

  • Starting at $ . . . .,..

    Darrel Smith on

  • 1.Currently, Pro-Flex LP and non-vacuum method are using belt and w-wool.wool sock.
    1.Even if I used silicone instead of socks, I tried the initial product, but gave up after 6 months.(The leg is slightly inclined inside, the center is not settled, sweating during exercise, and the silicone affects the affected area )
    2.Yes, the modern Pro-Flex LP uses a non-vacuum general showcase, and uses a belt and w-wool.wool.sock.
    3. I would like to use a vacuum system and try a Pro-Flex LP Torsion or Propri Foot, but it is too expensive and I have never seen or recommend a .propri foot in Korea. Some developed products are introduced domestically.
    4 Right. 20inch from knee to foot, 10inch at affected area.
    Since his age was cut at 76, he was 62 years old, so the affected part was barely fat.
    5. Golf 3~4 times a month.
    6. I wonder if the vacuum system is possible or what the problem is.
    7.Pro-Flex LP torsion. Advantages and disadvantages of propri Foot. How much is the purchase price?
    8. Sorry. I don’t know English well, so please forgive me for not being polite because I use the translation system.

    joohoon kim on

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