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Woman with Amputee Using Laptop


I am surprised to learn that people who have been active amputees for years have never heard of a microprocessor knee or foot.  I will not pretend to be an expert but I suggest asking questions and looking into the pros and cons of each device. After research and long consultations with prosthetists, I learned of devices that offer the ability to do many activities as close to normal as possible.


Below is a list of knees, and one system, the Linx. I like to call these "smart knees" because they use a microprocessor and apps. I will admit I am bias to the Linx because it is the only option that includes a microprocessor knee and foot that work together, although there are many great options to make walking less of a task, reduce falls, waterproof, and more. To learn more about these options, click on the links below.

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Ottobock Genium X3

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Ottobock C-Leg 4

Otobock Genium.jpeg

Ottobock Genium

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Blatchford Linx

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Ossur Rheo

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Blatchford Orion

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