Shower Safe Foot
Made from corrosion resistant stainless steel, our shower foot has five toes, each with a suction-ring on the bottom, giving physical feedback to the user of absolute stability while transitioning in and out of the shower or tub. Attaches to the users pylon using common prosthetic hardware.
Lightning Release, Socket-Top
This device is for lower-limb amputees whose prosthetic utilizes a pyramid stud on the bottom of their prosthetics limb. The alignment lugs ensure foolproof alignment of components and are then secured with the quick-release pin.
Lightning Release, Pyramid-Top version
This device is for lower-limb amputees whose prosthetic utilizes a pyramid-receiving socket on the bottom of their prosthetic limb. The alignment lugs ensure foolproof alignment of components and are then secured with the quick-release pin.
Absolute Stability and Feedback
The Shower Safe Foot differs from other such shower aids in that it offers absolute stability due to its configuration and the use of five separate toes. This ensures that at all times there are points of contact on slick horizontal surfaces and the feedback to the user gives confidence in its use.
Why we differ from our competitors
The loss of a limb leaves the amputee with a loss of vital sensory function which is not easily replaced by artificial means. The SSF gives the user a means of comparison of device output and input feedback that allows control and placement of the foot even when the device is outside the user’s field of vision.
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