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  • Sporting challenges or active everyday life � with the Avantgarde XXL 2, you can cross all boundaries. The active wheelchair offers the ideal combination of mobility and stability. At a glance Seat upholstery with reinforced insert; Light metal frame with perpendicular front frame part; Aluminum side panels with neoprene inserts; Single-panel footrest, angle adjustable, swing-away and detachable; 24� of 26� rear wheels with quick-release axle, larger hub, hollow rim and aluminum push rings; 0� rear wheel adapter; Low own weight; Optional back stabilizer.

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  • At a glance Provides a more physiological gait; symmetrical and fluent with a natural heel strike and a smooth roll-over in the heel and forefoot zone; Supports foot lift (clearance) and limits plantar flexion and supination; High energy output thanks to the composite construction, which provides for a natural gait; The ankle can move naturally during stand phase; Quick and simple adaptation of the sole to each patient, by using a pair of scissors.

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  • At a Glance Harmony� System Advantages Reduced daily volume fluctuations Improved adhesion / suspension Reduced forces within the socket Improved proprioception Harmony� P3 Advantages Lower weight - just 400g Reduced structural height Easy handling Interchangeable function rings

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  • At a glance Easily adaptable to the individual user via the supplied heel wedges; Two foot shells are available (slim: 15 mm heel height/normal: 10 mm heel height), both with sandal toe; Suitable for users up to 150 kg; Recommended for mobility grade 3 and 4. The innovative and proven concept of the 1C30 Trias� was the basis for the development of the Triton family of products. The aim was to transfer the characteristics of 1C30 to a higher level of activity.

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  • A year before the start of the 11th Winter Paralympics in Sochi (7-16 March 2014), Otto bock has named its team. It brings together 30 selected orthopedics technicians from eleven countries. They will not fight for medals of their own, but will assist athletes and ensure their success. Experience shows that there will be plenty of work on the athletic equipment, because delivering top performance poses an absolute challenge to man and material.

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  • Michelangelo The hand is one of our most important and most complex body parts. A perfect interplay of numerous nerves, tendons, muscles and bones makes it a unique, natural precision instrument.

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  • Orthoses provide force from the outside onto the body and offer stabilisation, immobilisation, relief and/or correction.

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  • Mobility has many facets and means something different for everyone: Physical mobility, social independence, a flexible lifestyle. This also applies to persons who are dependent on a wheelchair or other mobility aids.

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  • Modern prostheses from Centre Harika make it possible to preserve or restore your mobility. Mobility means quality of life. Our lives are as different as the demands on your prosthesis. We provide the solution for the fitting that is perfectly adapted to your requirements.

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  • In our Competence Centres we continuously develop and apply innovative methods to customise your treatment. We believe in integrative concepts and follow a multidisciplinary approach.

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