ProStride knee is an advanced artificial joint designed to provide users with a safe, comfortable, and energy-efficient walking experience. ProStride includes microprocessor technology and a polycentric design helping users to easily initiate the swing phase while conserving energy, adapting to a wide range of walking conditions, and continuously adjusting to users’ gait over time.
3 different sensors to respond quickly to changes in the user's walking needs
Four-bar pneumatic design and microprocessor technology
Enhanced ground clearance
Possibility for users to customize settings to meet their specific activity requirements
Smooth gait cycle
Smart programming system thanks to a dedicated user-friendly app
|Material||Aluminum alloy (mainly), Stainless steel|
|System Weight||1.260 gr / 2.78 Lbs|
|Maximum Flexion Angle||142 °|
|Maximum Body Weight||125 Kg / 275 Lbs|
|Proximal Connection||For connection with standard 4-hole adaptor|
|Compatible Software||Mobile App compatible with Android 9 or later version|
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