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Hanger Clinic was founded on clinical innovation and is at the very center of an amazing technological revolution. Since our beginning, we have been recognized as the leader in introducing state-of-the-art prosthetic and orthotic components. Hanger Clinic also proactively partners with suppliers in the design and development of new and proprietary componentry, clinical processes, tools and products. Hanger Clinic has developed many innovations that are only available through our clinicians including the patented ComfortFlex™ Socket System, Insignia™ Laser Scanning System and the WalkAide®, all of which provide greater comfort and mobility to our patients.
Today, advanced materials and designs are restoring mobility to people of all ages and from every background. Whether challenged by illness, injury or accident, Hanger Clinic patients are empowered.
Few parts of the human body are as important and complex as our hands. Thanks to four movable fingers and a thumb that can be separately positioned, the Michelangelo® Hand offers innovative, never-before-seen gripping kinematics giving those with upper extremity limb loss new degrees of freedom and restoring numerous hand functions for the user.
bebionic is a new generation of fully articulating myoelectric hands combining innovative technology with a life-like appearance. The hand is complete with a range of naturally compliant grip patterns that provide repeatable accuracy.
Based on the reliable and industry-leading design of the i-limb™ product range, the i-digits™ quantum hand combines unsurpassed functionality with style. The i-limb quantum hand incorporates Touch Bionic's patented and ground-breaking i-mo™ technology and is the first partial hand prosthesis that can change grips with a simple gesture.
The i-limb quantum hand incorporates Touch Bionic's patented and ground-breaking i-mo™ technology and is the first upper limb prosthesis that can change grips with a simple gesture.
For years researchers have strived to create a prosthetic device that duplicates the function of the human hand. Today, that pursuit has resulted in the i-Limb® Hand, the first commercially available, fully articulating, bionic hand.