Bio Dynamic Technologies


Microprocessor Knees

The Freedom To Move Confidently

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Ottobock C-leg

Know the difference

The Ottobock C-Leg is the original microprocessor knee. Since its launch in 1997, the C-Leg has set the standard for every other knee available, and is the world’s most studied prosthetic device.

Our research proves that with C-Leg, you will experience less falls. Because of the increased safety, your confidence in the knee will give you the freedom to no longer think about how or where you walk. No wonder 94% of amputees who use C-Leg prefer it to their previous prosthesis.  Not all microprocessor knees improve quality of life. Know the difference.

Ossur RHEO Knee®

Dynamic microprocessor knee

Rheo Knee microprocessor-controlled system seamlessly detects your movements so you can walk naturally and effortlessly ⁠— even on difficult terrain. Rheo Knee learns how you move, adapting automatically so you can easily navigate slopes, stairs, tight spaces, or a brisk pace with confidence.

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact our office for a presurgical consultation information packet at no charge. Call 800-879-2276
Gathering information about your level of physical fitness and health, the amputation level, the demands you place on the prosthesis and your future goals are just a few of the considerations that will help us to determine what type of prosthesis would be most appropriate for you.
A temporary prosthesis is used for up to a year in situations where you are likely to experience volume loss/shrinkage resulting in a very loose fitting socket. A definitive prosthesis could last years due to minimal changes in your residual limb.
On average, it can take four to six weeks from the time evaluated you are evaluated to the time that you are fit with a prosthesis, depending upon what prosthesis you choose.
The prosthetist’s goals are to ensure that the prostheses that they deliver to patients fit and function properly which usually involves some training. However, learning how to walk again and/or achieve functional goals while wearing the prosthesis is where physical therapy can be of great benefit.
Yes. We will work with you to find the best treatment plan for your budget
Absolutely. We work with many different workers’ comp and auto/no fault insurance policies, Is there a warranty for my device?
All prosthetics that we provide are covered by warranty but the length of time varies with each device. Our office staff can give you more detailed information about the warranty that applies to your specific item.
Many custom-made devices can be repaired or refurbished but it depends upon the exact nature of the problem.

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