3R67 Knee joint for children
Young amputees love the 3R67 knee joint
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Benefits at a glance
Increased knee stability
The 3R67 knee joint for children performs particularly well on the playground thanks to an increased level of knee stability. Young users benefit from this stability when balancing on obstacles and playground equipment, for example.
Various walking speeds
Many children can hardly imagine a life without sporting activities. Whether playing with their peers or walking the dog – being able to embrace their joy of movement has a positive effect on a child’s development.
Large flexion angle
It’s clear that the exceptionally large flexion angle of the knee joint for children offers a variety of benefits. This can be seen in many everyday situations, from kneeling quickly for a team photo to stroking a pet or gathering up objects.
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3R67 knee joint - Information for parents
The brochure for parents provides information on the 3R67 knee joint for children as regards everyday school and free time requirements as well as regarding a combination of sport prostheses which is appropriate for children – consisting of the sport knee joint and the dynamic running blade.
The 3R67 is suitable for active children with a maximum body weight of up to 45 kg and a maximum body height of up to 1.45 metres.
In contrast to the 3R65 and 3R66 knee joints for children, the 3R67 stands out for easy movements in the swing phase, a large flexion angle and a high level of stability in the stance phase.
This allows a wide range of walking speeds, and it thereby adapts optimally to the changing, sometimes fast, sometimes slower, steps of the child.
The 3R67 knee joint for children is an everyday knee joint. For school sports or activities at sports clubs, for example, we recommend a special sport prosthesis with the 3S80=1 sport knee joint and the 1E93 Runner junior prosthetic sports foot.
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