Linx

Linx is the first fully integrated, microprocessor controlled, lower limb system available in the world. Every element is part of a design whole that balances energy, posture and sensation for a truly captivating walking experience. The revolution is the master controller that coordinates the Linx response so the different parts work together in harmony.

Features

Increased safety
Linx is safer thanks to the 'situational awareness' sensors, ensuring response and support on any terrain without need for unnatural compensatory adjustments from other joints.

Less effort to walk
The Linx assist mode progressively adjusts stiffness and support depending on walking speed. Instantly responsive, and with efficiencies such as a reduction in hip power down slopes, Linx encourages activity.

Improved gait
The system dynamically aligns the joints throughout the gait cycle so that your every movement is assessed and incorporated into a seamless, natural walking style.

Reduced compensation
Postural compensation is natural, but beyond an optimal level, joint wear and tear becomes a painful problem. Back pain is prevalent among amputees due to over compensation. Linx's self-alignment facility minimizes the movement that aggravates this problem.

Reduced strain
The standing and flexion locks allow Linx to remain stable at both ankle and knee joints, whether on flat ground or on an incline. Linx is fully secure; maintaining balanced posture and even weight distribution on limbs and spine.

Pro-Flex 

New Footblade Design
Full effective toe length and new design contribute to a more fluid and natural progression from heel strike to toe off than a conventional energy storing and return foot.

A Step in the Right Direction
Over a lifetime of steps, the potential health benefits are clear: by decreasing load and improving dynamics, both individual and collective costs may be reduced.

     - 82% increase in ankle range of motion
     - 93% increase in peak ankle power
     - 11% less load on the sound side
     - 15% reduction in knee varus moment

A Shell as Innovative as the Foot it Covers
The Pro-Flex® foot cover features lightweight construction and a grippy sole for barefoot stability on wet, slick surfaces. It is easy to clean, adapts to a range of footwear and has a natural arch and footprint.

 

C-Leg 4 Microprocessor Knee

When you want dependability you can count on, turn to the C-Leg, with an unmatched, industry-leading track record.

The C-Leg prosthetic knee lets your patients live more actively and independently, reclaiming the things that make life fuller and more fulfilling.

IP67 rated for water and dust

Groundbreaking technology

Every iteration of the C-Leg continually improves on the control strategies that enable real time adaptation to the wearer’s gait, changes in surface, or speed, even when traversing unstable ground, stairs, or ramps. Thanks to the speed at which stance phase resistance is adjusted, people who wear the C-Leg experience a reduction in falls and stumbles*, making it easier to navigate crowds and avoid slips on unstable surfaces like sand, grass, or gravel.

More than 40 studies verify the benefits that personal stories illustrate:

-significantly reduced falls
-more active in a broader area
-fewer distractions, since more stability means attention isn’t focused on avoiding obstacles
-enhanced confidence in the prosthesis

Ultimately, these results indicate that improving stability improves health outcomes as well as quality of life.

Kinnex Microprocessor Ankle

Freedom Kinnex integrates the world’s fastest responding microprocessor ankle/foot technology and carbon fiber to provide low – to moderate impact K3 ambulators the stability they expect – instantly. Unmatched ground compliance, improved comfort, and automated heel height adjustments keep users firmly grounded and connected, wet or dry. Designed for low to moderate K3 level ambulators that require unsurpassed ground compliance for everyday activities. With 30 degrees of microprocessor controlled motion, 20° plantar and 10° dorsi, Kinnex allows the prosthetic user to navigate environmental obstacles such as: ramps, slopes, uneven terrain, and stairs with added confidence and stability. This motion also reduces internal socket pressures and improves the comfort when sitting, squatting or standing.

Target Users
• Low to moderate K3 level ambulators that require unsurpassed ground compliance for everyday activities.
• Prosthetic users that require the ankle to independently adjust to changes in terrain and speed.
• Occasional Water Submersion

Stay Grounded
• Microprocessor controlled resistance to optimize stability on varied terrain, and changes in cadence
• With 30 degrees of microprocessor controlled motion, 20° plantar and 10° dorsi, kinnex allows the prosthetic user to navigate environmental obstacles such as: ramps, slopes, uneven terrain, and stairs with added confidence and stability. This motion also reduces internal socket pressures and improves the comfort when sitting, squatting or standing.
• Manual lock: allows for convenient and quick lock out the ankle for driving or certain activities.
• IP67 rating for immersion in fresh water for up to 30 min at a depth of 3 feet.
• Heel height adjustments up to 2 inches.

Feel Connected
• Kinnex GaitLab App for prosthetist use to set up the patient using a smart phone device
• Kinnex Patient App for the user to monitor battery status, make heel adjustments, select shoes and fine tune performance and comfort settings.

Warranty Service:. Kinnex is covered by a 36 month warranty and has no required service intervals. Should service/repair be required, within the warranty scope and period, service is provided at no charge and includes the use of a loaner unit. When Kinnex is out of warranty after 36 months, it can be sent in for a repair estimate. Each ankle is evaluated by our technicians and either full or partial repairs are recommended. Please contact Customer Service or your Regional Sales Manager for pricing.

Rheo Knee XC

Smooth Walking
From easy walking between parallel bars in rehab to smooth walking on real world terrain

Automatic Cycle Recognition
From ROM training on a stationary bike in rehab to cycling for transportation and/or fitness

Obstacle Avoidance
From stepping over manmade objects in rehab to avoiding real world obstacles

Step-Over-Step Stair Ascent
From strengthening affected side hip extensors in rehab to ascending stairs step-over-step

Smooth Transition To Running
From varying speed up to a light jog in rehab to running in a variety of everyday situations

Artificial Limb Specialists

Artificial Limb Specialists is a patient care facility dedicated to rebuilding the lives of amputees. Your success is our success. Welcome to the family!

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Phoenix (602) 745-2080
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