Prosthetic liners and sleeves provide the interface between the residual limb of the amputee and the socket, one of the many elements that make up a prosthetic leg: their aim is to provide the user with consistent and reliable comfort, control and stability. As liners and...

As we age, stretching becomes even more important. I integrate it into my routines, whether before or after a training session, or after a race. Stretching plays a vital role in my training, both before and after a work-out. I feel like stretching regenerates my whole...

In the period immediately following amputation surgery, the medical personnel will be in charge of making sure the wound heals correctly and completely, telling you exactly what you need to do. Once past the post-operative phase, you will be fitted with a prosthesis. You will need...

Being able to adequately manage volume variations in the residual limb is essential for being able to comfortably and safely wear a prosthesis. Size variations of the limb can have a negative impact on the fit of the prosthesis and can cause skin irritations, making it...

The lack of perfect adherence of the socket to the residual limb may result in the phenomenon commonly known as “pistoning” (axial movement between the residual limb and the prosthetic socket), which may lead to a series of unpleasant issues for our patients, such as...

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