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5.35 Prosthetics: Lower limb - Ankle & foot

Location: Mueble, Business Center I, First floor
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5.35.1: Benefits of a Microprocessor-Controlled Prosthetic Foot on Steeper Slopes. - Michael Ernst, Malte Bellmann

5.35.2: High-Level Mobility of Trans-Tibial Prosthesis Users Wearing Commercial and sPace Energy-Storing Prosthetic Feet - Gary Guerra

5.35.3: Scoping review of the published evidence on commercially available powered prosthetic ankle-foot components. - Andreas Kannenberg

5.35.4: Vulcanized Rubber Single Axis foot - Sisary Kheng

5.35.5: The Effects of Foot Size and Footshell on the Mechanical Characteristics of Carbon Fiber Prosthetic Feet - Emilio Mendieta-Morales

5.35.6: Can Hydraulic Ankles Improve Outcome Measures and Satisfaction Scores for Low Activity Trans-femoral Amputees? - Laura Ritchie


Anton Johannesson
Össur, Reykjavik / Oslo, Iceland / Norway


Michael Ernst
Research Biomechanics, CR&S, Ottobock SE & Co. KGaA, Göttingen, Germany
Malte Bellmann
Ottobock SE & Co.KGaA, Göttingen, Germany
Gary Guerra
Department of Exercise and Sport Science, St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Andreas Kannenberg
Ottobock Healthcare LP, Austin, USA
Sisary Kheng
Exceed Worldwide, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Emilio Mendieta-Morales
Instituto Nacional de Rehabilitacion, Mexico City, Mexico
Laura Ritchie
Blatchford, London, United Kingdom

Event Location

Mueble, Business Center I, First floor