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bebionic hand

The bebionic is a multi-articulating myoelectric prosthetic hand that is available in sizes small (S) and medium (M). Fourteen selectable grips and hand positions let you perform a vast number of everyday activities with ease.

Mobility is the key to living life on your own terms – for people in any age group. We have been striving to provide people with disabilities with the best possible quality of life for nearly 100 years. Valuable feedback regarding our users’ day-to-day experiences helps our product developers see the world through their eyes.

A day with Aisha in Barcelona

Most of the time, the greatest challenges in life are everyday things. People with amputations are particularly aware of just how valuable it is to get through everyday life naturally and without help.

An amputee with a prosthetic leg faces a group of prosthetic users
Living with an amputation

Information for patients

You can find further information about living with an amputation, treatment options and more here.

A lower limb amputee walks down a set of stairs with ease with the help of her Ottobock-manufactured microprocessor knee
Living with an amputation

All Ottobock prosthetic solutions

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Living with an amputation

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Leg amputation

Information about leg amputations with reasons for amputating, rehabilitation, the alignment of a leg prosthesis, everyday life with a prosthesis and much more.

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Arm amputation

An amputation poses new, individual challenges in your life. The rehabilitation process takes several months on average.



Children are curious by nature: They want to play, romp about, learn and discover new things. They want to be together with other children and be part of family life. Children want to move! The same holds true for children whose mobility is restricted.

A bilateral amputee races to the finish line of a track field, sporting Ottobock's Runner prosthetic feet


Sports open up a whole new world of possibilities to people with disabilities. Some people engage in sports to become more active; others want to increase their level of fitness, and others simply enjoy moving about or having fun with other people. Or all these things.

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