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The C-Leg makes it possible for prosthetic users to feel safe while spinning or cycling. Courtenay Humphreys, a former police officer who lost his leg above-the-knee in a motorcycle accident, has used the C-Leg’s cycling function to participate in the Prudential RideLondon’s FreeCycle in 2018. The sporting event features an eight and a half-mile fun loop through the streets of London.

Amputee riding a mountain bike while using Ottobock's C-Leg 4.

Cycling with Ottobock’s C-Leg 4

Initially launched in 1997, the C-Leg has been helping individuals maintain and...

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To date, above-knee amputees have been left out of the prosthetic elevated vacuum revolution, not because they would not benefit from the technology. Instead, the fault lies in the existing systems—which have been dependent upon a sleeve to maintain vacuum—were not suitable for above-knee applications. Össur boasts "Unity for All" with their Unity Sleeveless Vacuum System.

The Össur Unity Vacuum System is an elevated vacuum system that can accommodate all types of prosthetic users.

Össur Unity Vacuum System: An Elevated Vacuum System for All Users

An elevated vacuum system describes a style of suspension that prevents excessive...

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Prosthetists in the US are closely watching the developments in Ohio as a new law gives anyone with a 3D printer the ability to begin providing artificial limbs. This chain of events started when Aaron Westbrook, now a 20-year-old Ohio State University student, used recycled plastic and a 3D printer at his old high school to create a prosthetic arm when he was 15 years old. Born without a hand and wrist on his right arm, Westbrook used his first creation.

Aaron Westbrook is the CEO of Form5, a non-profit company that provides 3D printed prosthesis to those in need.

Prosthetists Are Concerned Over Ohio Law on 3D Printed Prostheses 

Prosthetists in the US are closely watching the developments in Ohio as...

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