What is possible again with our medical devices and in what everyday and recreational activities do users engage with them?
Get to know other people who experience new mobility with our supports and orthoses.
Hannelore's Aqualine story
The fact that Hannelore has been living with the effects of polio since her first year of life has never prevented her from swimming. With the Aqualine orthosis system, she moves about safely and freely at the swimming pool and in the non-swimmers' pool.
Axel's Free Walk story
Axel, 39 years old, incomplete spinal cord injury. Technical editor, family man, passionate athlete: "It's true that I am something of a fighter."
Anna's Genu Arexa story
After her skiing accident, Anna wanted to be able to walk on her own again quickly. She always has to meet demands after all: in her job and especially with her four-year old son. With the Genu Arexa rigid-frame knee orthosis, she succeeded in returning to everyday life quickly.
Jana's MTS story
Jana is a competitive athlete. She tore a lateral ligament playing volleyball and had to take a break from sport. Now she is getting her foot used to moving again and wears the Malleo TriStep.
Judith's Patella Pro story
As a former competitive athlete, Judith is accustomed to exercise and loves to participate in sports. A diagnosis of "anterior knee pain" ended her career as a roller figure skater. But with the Patella Pro patella realignment orthosis, she can finally get out into nature again and enjoy riding a bike and inline skating.