July 8, 2006 6:00 AM PDT

High-tech prosthetics: Out on a limb

Devices like Ossur's Rheo Knee combine software, sensors and processors to help create a more natural gait.
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Not bad at all!
I think it's great that technology has finally gotten to the point of giving people something that actually works, as opposed to hangs there.

I hope there's going to be a way for people don't have $25k - $100k lying around to be able to take advantage of this.

Charles R. Whealton
Charles Whealton @ pleasedontspam.com
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Not bad at all!
I think it's great that technology has finally gotten to the point of giving people something that actually works, as opposed to hangs there.

I hope there's going to be a way for people don't have $25k - $100k lying around to be able to take advantage of this.

Charles R. Whealton
Charles Whealton @ pleasedontspam.com
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Some of the coolest prosthetics out there. Check the XT9 by
Symbioechs USA. These guys are doing things that will knock your
socks off!
Posted by Deacon Jones (2 comments )
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This article is missing
Some of the coolest prosthetics out there. Check the XT9 by
Symbioechs USA. These guys are doing things that will knock your
socks off!
Posted by Deacon Jones (2 comments )
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