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Living with limb-loss should not hold you back from participating in sports. Thankfully, there are upper- and lower-limb prosthetics available for just about every sport and activity you can imagine. In some cases, sports prosthetics are single purpose, like the “Volleyball Hand.” In others, they are extremely versatile, like running feet, which are able to accommodate just about any cardio or non-cardio activity. Whether you are a weekend warrior, a professional athlete, or slowly beginning to integrate athletics back into your life, we’ve got you covered.
Explore Sports Prosthetics
Sports knees are available for many sports and activities like skiing, running, and swimming. They are constructed to withstand the heavy wear-and-tear associated with high-impact sports as well exposure to the elements like sweat, snow, and rain. The various features of sports knees are determined by what sport they are designed for. Running knees, for example, allow for fast changes in speed and give patients ultimate control over the smoothness and length of their strides. Skiing and water-sport knees on the other hand are designed to accommodate dynamic movements like deep bends and cutting. To learn more about prosthetic knees click the link below.
Sports feet are available for many sports and activities like skiing, running, and swimming. They are constructed to withstand the heavy wear-and-tear associated with high-impact sports as well exposure to the elements like sweat, snow, and rain. The various features of sports feet are determined by what sport they are designed for. Running feet, for example, offer considerable shock absorption and energy return, like bouncing off of a pogo stick. Skiing and water-sport feet on the other hand are designed to accommodate dynamic movements like deep bends and cutting. To learn more about prosthetic feet click the link below.
Upper-limb sports prosthetics are available for a wide variety of activities. Some upper-limb sports prostheses are activity specific, like golf or volleyball hands. Others are more versatile, like passive arms, which offer high versatility and durability while supporting balance and allowing for simple movements and grips. To learn more about upper-limb prosthetics click the link below.
For the majority of amputees, their everyday socket will be adequate for most sports and activities. In some cases, specialized sockets should be worn. In general, sports sockets are designed to optimize energy transfer and socket control. Sport-specific sockets can also be created. To learn more about prosthetic sockets click the link below.
When it comes to water sports, NEOPS is proud to be a leading provider of swimming prosthetics and the co-creator of the Fin, the first-of-its-kind 3D-printed swimming prosthesis. Waterproof legs are designed for an assortment of activities including: swimming, surfing, sailing, waterskiing, and more. To learn more about swimming prosthetics and the Fin click here.
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Why Choose NEOPS?
NEOPS is proud to be a global leader in prosthetic and orthotic care. As a thought leader and innovator in the field, we are able to offer an unparalleled patient experience and superior outcomes compared to other leading providers.
Effectively providing prosthetics and orthotics requires the coordinated care of a team of medical experts, and NEOPS is proud to partner with experts in the fields of orthopedic surgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, 3D printing, and biomechanical engineering.
Unlike most orthotic and prosthetic providers who are comprised of generalists, NEOPS is proud to have built a world-class team of specialists in the areas of:
At NEOPS, our clinicians have dedicated their careers to providing prosthetic and orthotic care. With over 500 years of combined experience there’s nothing we haven’t seen and nothing we can’t do.
Our mission is to maximize the quality of life of our patients and provide an unparalleled patient-centered experience by mobilizing world-class clinicians, healthcare administrators, and institutional partnership in delivering top-of-the-line prosthetic and orthotic services. Our clinicians and administrators have over 500 years of combined experience. Unlike most orthotic and prosthetic providers who are comprised of generalists, NEOPS is proud to have built a world-class team of specialists in the areas of: Prosthetics, Orthotics, Sports Bracing, Pediatrics and Scoliosis.