High Definition Silicone Partial Foot Prostheses

Transmetasatal (TM) - Amputation through the metatarsal foot bones (Partial foot amputation)

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Your new partial foot prosthesis restores the function and appearance of the amputated parts of your foot. It supports your everyday movements, boosts muscle activity, improves the return flow of blood in the leg and restores a virtually normal foot appearance.

The VASS system can be retrofit to many existing prostheses or incorporated directly into the PATHFINDER foot. Harmony VASS

Forefoot prostheses made of silicone | Ottobock AU

Although the anatomic differences between hip disarticulation and transpelvic (hemipelvectomy) amputations are considerable, prosthetic component selection and alignment for both levels are quite similar. The major differences are in socket design and will therefore be discussed in some detail. A full surgical report identifying muscle reattachments along with postoperative radiographs can be extremely valuable during the initial examination of the amputation site, particularly if any portions of the pelvis have been excised. This information, combined with a thorough physical examination and a precise plaster impression, will influence the ultimate fit and function of the prosthesis.

Forefoot prostheses made of silicone

Prosthetic options include rigid footplate with arch support combined with a rocker bottom shoe sole, custom molded shoes, and modified ankle-foot prosthesis with toe filler.

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A5513 - FOR DIABETICS ONLY, MULTIPLE DENSITY INSERT, CUSTOM MOLDED FROM MODEL OF PATIENT'S FOOT, TOTAL CONTACT WITH PATIENT'S FOOT, INCLUDING ARCH, BASE LAYER MINIMUM OF 3/16 INCH MATERIAL OF SHORE A 35 DUROMETER OR HIGHER), INCLUDES ARCH FILLER AND OTHER SHAPING MATERIAL, CUSTOM
FABRICATED, EACH

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High definition silicone covers for below or above knee prostheses can restore each individual’s unique physical features, such as shape of the limb, skin colour, pigmentation or even hair. No other material can restore a natural look as closely as silicone.

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To assure proper colour matching, digital images of the user’s hands are taken against a background template. These images are re-calibrated by the silicone facility using a graphics colour-matching system. Artists and technicians then use this information to produce a realistic cosmetic cover to place over the prosthesis.

What is a partial foot prosthesis?

For many years, the use of fluid-controlled knee mechanisms for high-level amputees was considered unwarranted since these individuals obviously walked at only one (slow) cadence. The development of hip flexion bias mechanisms and more propulsive foot designs have challenged this assumption. Furthermore, a more sophisticated understanding of the details of prosthetic locomotion has revealed an additional advantage of fluid control for the hip-level amputee.

Custom silicone partial foot prosthesis

Option 2: For beneficiaries missing the hallux or a forefoot that require rigidity and support for effective gait, suppliers must bill L5000 for an insert appropriately custom-fabricated to accommodate the missing digit(s) or forefoot as well as providing the foot-protective functions required for a person with diabetes. Codes A5512 or A5513 may not be billed in addition to code L5000.

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A third type that has proved advantageous for this level of amputation is the polycentric (four-bar) knee. Although slightly heavier than the previous two types, this component offers maximum stance-phase stability. Because the stability is inherent in the multilinkage design, it does not erode as the knee mechanism wears during use. In addition, all polycentric mechanisms tend to "shorten" during swing phase, thus adding slightly to the toe clearance at that time. Many of the endoskeletal designs feature a readily adjustable knee extension stop. This permits significant changes to the biomechanical stability of the prosthesis, even in the definitive limb. Because of the powerful stability, good durability, and realignment capabilities of the endoskeletal polycentric mechanisms, they are particularly well suited for the bilateral amputee. Patients with all levels of amputation, up to and including translumbar (hemicorporectomy), have successfully ambulated with these components.