Prosthetic Hand Technology that is a Work of Art
The integrated wrist joint permits flexion, extension and rotation. New grip types are possible thanks to electronic thumb positioning.
- Active thumb positioning with two movement axes
- Wrist joint with flexion, extension and rotation
- More degrees of freedom
Unique Functionality and Natural Movement
In order to achieve a natural movement pattern, the hand is equipped with two drive units. The main drive is responsible for gripping movements and gripping strength while the thumb drive allows the thumb to be electronically positioned in one additional axis of movement. Actively driven components are the thumb, index finger and middle finger. The ring finger and little finger passively follow the movements. This versatile functionality offers seven different gripping options. The new technology also has a “neutral mode” for resting the hand in a natural position, and a repositionable wrist joint offers a more natural shape and movement. The Michelangelo Prosthetic Hand uses advanced software that increases the responsiveness and predictability of the hand, making it much easier to operate.
Extraordinary Prosthetic Hand Design
True to its namesake, the Michelangelo Hand offers life-like, sculptural design. The Michelangelo Hand features an extraordinary physiological design. For example, the fingers are made of both hard and soft materials and model bones, joints, muscles and tendons. The new oval wrist adapter also appears much more natural and permits the pronation and supination of the wrist joint. These details, based on nature as a role model, make a major contribution towards the acceptance of the Michelangelo Hand.
PVC cosmetic gloves for daily use are available in six different skin tones and complete the realistic look of the Michelangelo® Prosthetic Hand.
Call 1-877-4HANGER to find the closest Hanger Clinic location specializing in the Michelangelo® Hand.