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Lower Limbs

Class 1 feet

Blachford Multiflex foot and ankle

The advantage of this set is mainly due to the function of the ankle which provides a good amplitude of  compression at heel strike (equine) and in the direction varus / valgus on uneven terrain, thanks to a block (single block) situated at the ankle, the hardness of which can be selected . In plantar flexion, hardness can also be chosen independently of the first. This provides a comfortable walk because the plantar ground contact is for a good time.
It is very effective for femoral amputees with normal activity.
The foot itself is of varying heel heights with possible adjustments by the prosthetist.
The aesthetics are quite good.


The 1D25 Otto Bock foot

It is a single piece foot consisting of a  plastic core wrapped in a moulded aesthetic. This structure allows for plastic compression and for the crushing at the heel, an absorption at the attack of the step.
The flexivity of the plastic blade restores some of the energy at the end of the step.
The aesthetics and weight are appreciated.


The Otto Bock Greissinger foot

It's an articulated foot  with anterior and posterior abutments whose hardness can be chosen. It is popular for its flexibility and comfort as well as for its aesthetics.


Lower Limbs - Thigh Femoral Prostheses - Class 1 feet -