NOP offers both passive, mechanical, and myoelectric prosthetic arms, f. or both above elbow and below elbow amputees. Passive prosthetic arms have parts that are non-moving. A passive prosthetic arm can:

  • Have basic functionality that allows for pushing and pulling actions, as well as supporting and stabilizing motions.
  • Be designed with special joints so the arm can hold and carry objects.
  • Be fabricated to match skin tone.

Mechanical prosthetic arms along with myoelectric allow the patient to regain function after limb loss. Mor myoelectric/bionic prosthetic arms have moving parts that work via sensor and electrodes.

  • Body powered prosthetics utilize the body’s musculature and motion with the use of cables to function mechanical elbows and hands, depending on the amputation level.
  • Myoelectric prosthetics utilize electrodes that sense muscle movement to operate elbow and/or hand depending on the the amputation site.
  • Also we can provide a hybrid prosthetic which utilize body powered and myoelectric features to function hand and/or elbow depending on the amputation site.