Ottobock Genium Microprocessor Knee

Progressive O&P’s own Dan Bastian became one of the first civilian amputees in the United States to be fitted with the Genium™ microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knee system. The Genium™ was developed by Otto Bock Health Care alongside its cousin, the military-spec X-2™ knee. Years of experience with the C-Leg™ and tens of thousands of amputee users’ feedback enabled Otto Bock to …

Ottobock C-Leg 4 Microprocessor Knee

The Ottobock C-Leg is a microprocessor-controlled knee prosthesis. Introduced to the world in 1997, the C-Leg was the first prosthesis system to intelligently control and adapt to an individual’s gait. The C-Leg uses hydraulic cylinders to control knee flexing. Sensors send information to the microprocessor controlling how much resistance should be provided by the cylinders. The microprocessor receives information from …

Ottobock Kenevo Prosthetic Knee

A new option for increased confidence. The Kenevo prosthetic knee has a built-in microprocessor. Microprocessor-controlled knees have been shown to reduce the risk of uncontrolled falls by up to 80% in moderately active persons, as well as improve the indicators of fall risk, such as fear of falling. Kenevo is fine-tuned to support the way people walk with walkers, crutches, …