Real life stories
Alan's story - Genium X3
An RAF technician and member of the UK’s first disabled flying display team says he has an active and healthy future ahead thanks to his Ottobock Genium X3 microprocessor knee.
Debbie's C-Leg 4 story
Following the amputation of her leg over five years ago, Debbie was determined to return to the active lifestyle she previously enjoyed. Looking for something more suitable than the basic prosthesis she was originally given, she started a campaign to get an advanced prosthetic leg, the C-Leg 4.
John's story - C-Leg 4
John Morris, an amputee of over 50 years and a patient at the Bristol Centre for Enablement, is one of the first to benefit from this new policy.
Gemma's C-Leg story
Gemma has never let limb loss get in the way of anything. Her C-Leg helped her achieve her dream of starting her own fitness business.
Mike's C-Leg Story
‘Being diagnosed with bone cancer twice in a lifetime is hard, but having your leg amputated is even harder; fast-forward a few years and my prosthetic leg is a part of my life and has enabled me to still be a hands-on dad. It truly has been my saving grace!
Joe’s Genium story
After a long battle with his insurance company, Joe was able to get the Genium microprocessor knee he needed in order to get back to work as an EMT.
Darren's Genium X3 Story
Darren Pugh is the first civilian amputee in the UK to be fitted with the Genium X3; the world’s most technologically advanced prostheses!
Andrew's Genium X3 story
Even though he’s retired from the Air Force, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Andrew Lourake is still full speed ahead – in the air, on land and in water, thanks to the Genium X3.
Julie's Sports Knee story
The 3S80 Sport helps Julie become one of the fastest female Paralympic sprinters in the UK!
Sherri’s DynamicArm story
Sherri doesn't slow down with her DynamicArm above-elbow system. She depends on her upper limb prosthesis to help in the activities she loves.