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From a comfortable heel strike with noticeable plantar flexion through the progressive ankle moment up to the optimised a-p and m-l movement: the natural gait is the model for the 1D35 Dynamic Motion.

Thanks to the outstanding characteristics of the plastic spring in combination with the functional foam and the integrated 3D spacer fabric, the Dynamic Motion has a high energy return and allows for a dynamic transition from the stance to the swing phase. The contralateral side is effectively relieved. The result is a harmonious and physiological rollover.

Dynamic Motion

Item #: 1D35

Suggested HCPCS Coding: L5979
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Product Details
From a comfortable heel strike with noticeable plantar flexion through the progressive ankle moment up to the optimised a-p and m-l movement: the natural gait is the model for the 1D35 Dynamic Motion.

Thanks to the outstanding characteristics of the plastic spring in combination with the functional foam and the integrated 3D spacer fabric, the Dynamic Motion has a high energy return and allows for a dynamic transition from the stance to the swing phase. The contralateral side is effectively relieved. The result is a harmonious and physiological rollover.
Technical Specifications
Activity Level K2, K3
Maximum Body Weight 220 lbs (100 kg)
Heel Height 10 +/- 5 mm
Footshell Color Beige (4), Brown (15)
Footshell Shape Normal (N)
Side Right (R), Left (L)
Sizes 22 cm - 30 cm
Product weight (w/o footshell) 340 g - 755 g
~ Min. Clearance Height 90 mm (3 1/2")
Spare Parts
Documents

Function Matrix – Prosthetic Feet

Product Information: 646F307 (EN)

Published Date: September 1, 2012

Foot Size Conversion Table

Product Information: (EN)

Published Date: December 1, 2016

1D35 Dynamic Motion Foot - Instructions for Use

Instructions for Use: 647G127 (EN/DE/FR/IT/ES/PT/NL/SV/DA/NO/FI/PL/HU/CS/RO/HR/SL/SK/BG/TR/EL/RU/JA/ZH/KO)

Published Date: June 1, 2016