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Ottobock in India

About Ottobock in India - Clinics and Locations

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About US

Ottobock in India

About Ottobock

Otto Bock HealthCare is a 100 year old German multinational and the global leader in provision of innovative services and products for people with limited mobility.

In India since 1998, Ottobock combines its global cutting edge technology with extensive local experience to provide artificial limbs, supportive devices and mobility solutions that can improve your quality of life.

In India, our national network of international standard Rehabilitation Facilities can provide you with:

• Sophisticated, high-tech artificial limbs (prostheses) for leg and hand amputations

• Supportive devices (orthoses / calipers / braces)

• Customized wheelchairs, seating & posture control solutions

With over 20 years of experience in India and over 10,000 satisfied users to vouch for our service quality, we are the National Experts to restore your mobility.

We look forward to getting to know you, and hope that you find the resources on this site helpful, too. We designed it to provide education and information that is customized for the people who use our products, as well as for their friends and family.

Our history
Ottobock was founded in Germany in 1919 by Otto Bock, a prosthetist. His vision of restoring mobility lives on today, growing to serve the world with more than 46 locations reaching more than 100 countries. The company is headquartered in Duderstadt, Germany, and has more than 5,000 employees.

In the early 20th century, Otto Bock transformed the way artificial limbs were made. Instead of carving wood to fit a patient, he applied manufacturing techniques and created separate components (like knees and feet) that could be combined, altered or customized to create a limb that was still unique to each patient – but wasn’t built from scratch.

Because of his pioneering work, Prosthetists were able to meet the demand generated by World War I and help veterans stay as active as possible.

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