How much water can your microprocessor knee handle?

In today’s climate of advancing prosthetic technology, the range of knees, feet, hands and other componentry that are available for amputees is ever growing. With such large numbers of these products it can be difficult to distinguish which activities each individual one are suitable for. As we described in our January 2016 blog Making a Splash with your Prosthetic Limbs, prostheses with specific ...
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Welcome to ProMotion Prosthetics

We are a dedicated, private Prosthetic facility in Melbourne, established in 2011 by David Lee Gow. ProMotion is recognised across the Australian P&O community as important contributors to the high level of provision of Prosthetic services to clients of all levels of amputation and limb loss. We use evidence-based practice, and have up-to-date knowledge of the expansive range of prosthetic tec...
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Epworth Rehab

ProMotion Prosthetics is the sole accredited prosthetic provider for all amputees at Epworth Rehabilitation Hospital. Epworth Hawthorn is the leading trauma centre for the specialised treatment of people who have suffered a road or work-related accidents, and ProMotion Prosthetics services all amputees that complete their rehabilitation at Epworth. Epworth Hawthorn provides individualised progra...
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Making a Splash with your Prosthetic Limbs

There are a lot of activities out there that you as a prosthetic user shouldn’t feel limited in doing, just because your prosthetic limbs don't allow it. Did you know that we as prosthetists can design and manufacture limbs especially for you to take part in these activities? Gone are the days where you have to sit back and miss out on all the fun! Some of the activities when having a specialise...
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A History of Prosthetics

A History of Prosthetics from Egyptian toes and Pirate legs… how far have we come? Considering the very first prosthetic toe, seen here on this Egyptian mummy was made from a paper maché type mixture of linen, glue and plaster… we’ve come a long way in the development of Prosthetic materials and technologies. Nowadays, we see more modern materials, such as carbon fibre, titanium and fiberglass in...
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