Socket Finder - Transfemoral
Ischial Ramus Containment
Current standard of care.
Reduces the coronal dimension of the interface to create a boney lock between the ischium and the femur.
Stabilizes the pelvis and helps control the femur though intimate contouring around the anatomy of the pelvis and the thigh.
Proximal trim lines provide a kinesthetic reminder to assist in maintaining proper femoral alignment, pelvic stabilization and swing phase line of progression tracking.
A variety of suspensions can be utilized to ensure constant contact with the interface to minimize movement, pistoning, and femoral control.
Uses the entire residual limb to evenly distribute the weight bearing forces.