About Us

More than

More than manufacturing.

Our Mission

We are the visionaries of elegant, functional devices for finger and partial-hand amputees. Designing and manufacturing products isn’t all we do; we get people back to work and back to doing the things they love.

Naked Prosthetics manufactures durable, functional finger prostheses specifically for partial-hand amputation. Our mission is to support people with finger amputation and to positively impact their lives by providing functional, high-quality finger prostheses engineered for strength. Our devices aim to restore the user’s ability to perform daily tasks, supporting job retention and encouraging an active lifestyle.

Our Name:
Naked Prosthetics

Our brand name is a tribute to the resilience and strength of amputees who boldly wear their prosthetic device with pride, embracing their unique journeys. The term “Naked” signifies not only the confidence in proudly wearing one’s prosthesis but also embodies our commitment to transparency, trust, and a holistic approach.

We believe in laying bare our intentions, fostering an environment of open communication, and building unwavering trust with our community. Just as amputees stand exposed yet empowered, “Naked” symbolizes our dedication to providing prosthetic solutions that empower both physically and emotionally, advocating for a comprehensive well-being that goes beyond the surface.

The deliberate choice to never use “Naked” alone, but always in conjunction with “Prosthetics,” is a testament to our profound commitment to both the physical and emotional well-being of amputees.

By pairing “Naked” with “Prosthetics,” we emphasize the fusion of courage and technology, where the act of revealing one’s prosthetic limb is met with empowerment and innovation. This intentional pairing transcends mere terminology; it encapsulates the essence of our brand’s ethos. We recognize that the journey of embracing a prosthetic device is not simply about the physical replacement but also about reclaiming one’s confidence and authenticity. “Naked Prosthetics” encapsulates our dedication to providing advanced prosthetic solutions that honor individual stories, foster trust, and embrace a holistic approach that encompasses every facet of an amputee’s life journey

We go above and beyond.

Customer Service

When it comes to Customer Experience, we adhere to a straightforward philosophy: Every client interaction is approached with compassion. Whether it involves a Facebook conversation or a conference call consultation, you can expect each encounter with an NP team member to be authentic, informative, and transparent. Our paramount objective is to prioritize and ensure your satisfaction.

Forefront of Innovation

Composed of a diverse and accomplished group of experts in their respective fields, the NP team brings their best selves to work every day. We strive for excellence, while meticulously attending to even the most minute details. Genuine curiosity and fierce ambition (and copious amounts of coffee) fuel our visions of success. An amputee’s needs are the driver of our designs, and it shows.

Education + Collaboration

A holistic approach to prosthetic care is imperative to success—both for the device wearer and the care team that assists them. Recognizing the importance of collaboration, we proactively engage industry partners, attend numerous conferences a year, and enthusiastically welcome feedback on our devices and processes. We are committed to sharing our knowledge, offering workshops, one-on-one video calls with patients and their care teams, and brainstorming with experts in the field.

Ambassadors & Advocacy

Each device wearer’s experience with an NP device is unique. Our intention is that every amputee regains the function they need to get back to work, and back to doing the things they love. We believe that communication among members of the limb loss community can make a world of difference to one’s recovery and journey. For this reason, we established the NPChampions program and the Finger and Partial-Hand Amputee Peer + Support Group to make the connection between our wearers, the limb loss and limb different community, and O&P professionals.

Continued Support

Staying in touch is important to us. From the perspective of a parent who’s hoping to provide for their family again to the O&P students we meet along the way, the relationships we build leave a lasting impact on us. Whether it’s six months or six years down the road, we are committed to continued support of our community.

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Jeanie McGarvey | Advocate

Jeanie is based out of Ohio where she wears four PIPDrivers, three MCPDrivers, and one ThumbDriver.

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Jaime Perkins | Ambassador

Jaime Perkins injured four of his fingers while working with a jointer in his workshop in 2020. A well-respected builder, he joins Naked Prosthetics with his own audience of over 606,000 YouTube channel subscribers for Perkins Builder Brothers, a company started by his architect father, that he shares with his brother, Erik. Jaime joined as a NPChampion Ambassador after experiencing for himself the functionality afforded by the MCPDrivers. Jaime lives in North Carolina with his wife Jaime and their three children.

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Matt Finney | Ambassador

At age 36, Matt lost several digits due to vascular occlusion. After a several-year struggle that led him down a dark and troubled path, Matt found his way to Naked Prosthetics to become the first to wear each of the three custom, body-driven devices together: one PIPDriverTM, one MCPDriverTM, and one ThumbDriverTM. Because of his directness and candor, Matt has become a popular addition to conferences and speaking engagements that Naked Prosthetics participates in. Matt now owns his own successful concrete finishing business, something he says wouldn’t have been possible without the technology behind his devices.

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Moises Aramburo | Ambassador

Moises spends his time traveling between California and Mexico. In the Summer of 2012, Moises and his friend took their truck out after a tropical storm in Mexico to assess the local damage. While towing a vehicle stuck in the flood, they decided to try something new – boogie boarding on the flooded streets. An accident with the rope caused four of his fingers on his right hand to be torn off. Moises wears a four-digit GripLock finger with socketing from the Ossur team.

GLF Designed + Manufactured by Naked Prosthetics. Socket Fabrication by Hanger Clinic and Össur.

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Natasha Baggett | Ambassador

Natasha lost two of her fingers to a woodworking accident at home in 2019. A beef and poultry farmer, artist, and mother to five girls, Natasha wears two of our MCPDrivers and was a beta tester for our Conductive Tip and Rose Gold finish. Since her accident, she has devoted much of her time and energy to the amputee community, sharing her journey and helping other amputees find acceptance and purpose from within. For those reasons and more, Natasha is a welcome addition to the NPChampion Ambassador family and a warm and engaging advocate for the amputee community.

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Nick Armstrong | Ambassador

As a beta tester for Naked Prosthetics, Nick Armstrong was instrumental in the development of the MCPDriver. At the time Nick suffered a workplace injury in 2012 that left him with amputations on five of his fingers, prosthetic options that would allow him to get back to work as a welder and auto mechanic and back to taking care of his farm didn’t exist. In 2015 Naked Prosthetics began testing the MCPDriver, and Nick provided the necessary real-life testing and feedback to assure the devices’ performance in harsh environments. Nick lives in Illinois and speaks alongside NP regularly to groups about his story and the functionality and confidence his devices provide.

Trevor Thibodeux | Ambassador

Born and raised in Louisiana, Trevor is a calm soul with a southern charm that draws you in. Trevor’s left hand was injured on the job in late 2020, repairing a machine that feeds, cuts, and seals velcro. While fixing the machine the operator started up the machine and the blade took his middle and ring finger, cutting the tendon on his index finger, and crushing his pinkie. As our newest NPChampion Ambassador, he wears two MCPDrivers and is motivated by the thought of helping someone like himself no longer be afraid of life.

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Ashley Umbaugh | Advocate

A mother to two young children, it is important for her to not miss a thing. Outdoor enthusiast and whim taker, Ashley, was trying something new, riding a motorcycle. In the Summer of 2021 she joined her husband on the road when she lost control of the bike. In an attempt to save her leg from being crushed, she threw her hand to rest on the band which sucked her fingers into the sprocket and amputated her middle finger. Her device has given her more than function, it has given her hope. With the help of her MCPDriver, she wants to spread hope to everyone in this community.

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John Powers | Advocate

John is an artist based out of New York. He wears one ThumbDriver and one MCPDriver.

Read his story here.

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Kenneth Brunke | Advocate

Father of four, Marine Corps Veteran, and woodworker, Ken, lost his left thumb, index finger, ring and pinkie finger in a table saw accident mid 2021. Ken’s three-digit MCPDriver and ThumbDriver has allowed him to turn his woodworking skills from a hobby into a full business. His unabashed willingness to share his story through humor and charm are a welcome addition to the NPChampions program.

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Michael Stanton | Advocate

Michael brings energy and positivity to every conversation he has and is sure to leave you with a smile. A splinter was all it took. Early 2019 Michael was working when a small piece of wood lodged itself into his hand. Unfortunately, after removing it the wound became infected and required his right thumb to be amputated. With the help of his ThumbDriver, Michael hasn’t let this slow him down!

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Stephanie Brassard | Advocate

Stephanie lives in Alberta, Canada with her husband and is passionate about inspiring other amputees to know that losing fingers isn’t the end and that they can overcome challenges that they may face. Self proclaimed “accident prone” sawmill worker and physical trainer, Stephanie, wasn’t surprised when she crushed her fingers. In November, 2019 she went to grease a machine when she noticed it was still on. Before she could pull away it had grabbed onto her hand, removing her left thumb and pointer finger. Stephanie wears one MCPDriver and a ThumbDriver. She wants to help inspire other amputees to know that losing fingers is not the end and that they too can overcome challenges.

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Tammy Stolle | Advocate

Tammy is a court reporter in South Dakota and wears one MCPDriver.

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Alycia Kerrigan-Mize | Agent

College student and competitive swimmer Alycia lost a majority of her pinkie finger in an accident at only 15 years old. With the use of her PIPDriver, she’s rediscovered her confidence and uses her platforms to share her story and inspire others.

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John Hillard | Agent

Retired Navy Veteran, John is settled in Noblesville, Indiana. After losing his thumb in a circular saw accident, he regained functionality with his ThumbDriver and is back to creating beautiful woodworking pieces.

John Thompson | Agent

John wears two MCPDrivers. Born and raised in Brandon, Mississippi, he lives with his wife and daughter and enjoys staying active outdoors.

Nelisiwe Nxumalo | Agent

Nelisiwe wears two MCPDrivers. An adventurous and captivating woman, she travels the world sharing snaps along the way.

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Darrel Comeau | Ambassador

Darrel joins us from Alberta, Canada after losing much of his index finger in a workplace accident late in 2017. He was checking a fit up for one of his crew members when an improperly tacked steel beam dropped on his finger. A jack of many trades, Darrel is not only a construction site foreman but also a gifted photographer. He wears an MCPDriver. As some of his biggest fans, Naked Prosthetics looks forward to highlighting his work and his story.

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