Modern and contemporary materials represent a decisive pillar for each high-quality fitting and thus form the basis for the economic success of your orthopaedic workshop.
The Otto Bock HealthCare success story is inseparably linked to the materials product segment. Innovative materials have always played a key role in the production of modern fittings for people with physical limitations. The development and production of medical-technical products continues to thrive on the ability to process, combine and refine the most diverse materials such as wood, metal, textiles, and leather.
New plastics, as well as titanium and carbon fibres have been added. The field of electronics additionally widens the range of possibilities, from myo-electrically controlled hand prostheses up to microelectronics for the C-Leg® prosthesis system. When we speak of high-tech products, we are also always referring to craftsmanship, which is needed, for example, for the production of prosthetic sockets or orthotic components of different materials.
Modern and contemporary materials therefore represent a decisive pillar for each high-quality fitting and thus form the basis for the economic success of your orthopaedic workshop.