Prosthetic solutions for an active and independent lifestyle!
Surehab provide a dedicated commitment to servicing prosthetic clients and prosthetic professionals throughout India.
Offering a personalized service, all clients at Surehab are treated individually by a qualiﬁed and experienced practitioner to meet your ﬁtting and functional requirements.
No matter what your level of funding, we share our expertise with you to deliver exceptional solutions and improve your functional outcome.
Much progress has been made recently in the design and development of prosthetic feet. For many years now carbon ﬁber has offered amputees energy storing and dynamic response in a multitude of design options from many manufacturers around the world.
Engineers have now been able to design feet that incorporate a combination of hydraulic and carbon ﬁber function with some also utilizing the intelligence of microprocessor control.
What this means is that amputees can walk with enhanced control by means where the foot intuitively understands how much resistance and motion is required to walk naturally and safely.
When walking down a ramp or slope, the ankle is able to determine how much resistance is required to allow the user to walk naturally and not worry about losing control or compensating how they need to walk.
Walking in low light conditions or at night is easier and safer and documented studies provide evidence of improved physiologic gait and reduced problems with back pain.
From the introduction of the first microprocessor knee in 1994, the intelligent knee options available today are now allowing amputee's activity and lifestyle choices that have exceeded expectations from only a few years ago.
Most of the available designs today offer technical points of difference. So whether you are seeking to walk with improved safety and confidence in all day activities or wish to take your prosthesis into the ocean, there are now knees available to allow you these choices.
Ensure that you discuss with your prosthetist the key features of knees available in this category and those that suit your needs and funding means.
There are many reasons for the cause of upper limb amputation. However, in the majority of cases this is a result of trauma or a congenital condition.
The decision process of deciding what design and components to use is not always straightforward.
Whether you are seeking a cosmetic or a functional outcome, a thorough consultation process with your prosthetist and clinical team is essential.
In many situations particularly with new amputations or users planning to obtain a myoelectric prosthesis for the first time, an experienced occupational therapist is an important part of a successful functional outcome
Whether you are looking to express yourself with an artistic design on your prosthesis, go unnoticed with a life-like skin or swim at the beach without worrying about getting your cover wet, +oapl has a range of cosmetic options to suit your needs.
With the advancements in 3D printing, you can show off your personality with a custom cover manufactured from a simple scan or photograph. More realistic waterproof covers, even with the addition of hair are also available with this technology. For those who prefer the traditional foam cover or are limited by funding, we have a range of different toned cosmetic skins to suit.
Socket designs and fitting systems have been evolving for decades. Newer systems using liners and pin locking mechanism are now widely used, however many amputees still wear older and conventional design systems because they work and those designs meet their everyday and functional needs.
At Surehab we have the technical skill and experience base to manufacture and fit many traditional and conventional systems including thigh lacers and work that requires fine leather skills. Though these historical designs and skills are available, most of our services and manufacturing are tailored to using more current technology.
Our organization places significant emphasis on introducing new and emerging technology systems and designs.
Whilst one design can work successfully for one individual, that same design may very well be unsuitable for another. So it is important that your fitting and functional needs are clearly discussed and considered with your prosthetist or rehabilitation team. By optimizing best practice prescription, minimizing or eliminating unsatisfactory outcomes can be achieved.
Paediatric prosthetics is a specialist care service, with children making up only a very small percentage of the overall amputee population.
The majority of amputations in children are directly related to elective surgery procedures for congenital limb deficiencies. The orthopaedic management and timing of these procedures is critical to achieving a successful prosthetic outcome.
The most common elective procedures are associated with lower limb deformities. The removal of the foot at the ankle or Symes/Boyd amputation and an amputation at the knee are most commonly selected. The reason for this is that there is no disruption to the normal growth process and allows individuals to end bear on their residium, which has significant biomechanical advantages.
Upper limb children generally present with short below elbow, wrist or partial hand deficiencies. Surgical intervention is occasionally required and a prosthetic device may or may not be required depending on the length and functionality of the residual limb. Other causes for amputations in children can be associated with osteogenic sarcoma and trauma.
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