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Our goal is to ease your transition.
The loss of part of a finger can forever alter your ability to sort your mail, play an instrument, do your job, or even dress yourself and cut your food. A seemingly minor loss results in both psychological and functional impairment that can be quite devastating.
At Naked Prosthetics, we understand the emotional and physical struggles that accompany an amputation. We design and manufacture three high-quality, custom prosthetic devices specifically for finger loss. Our goal is to ease your transition back into daily activity. We work with prosthetic and orthotic professionals throughout the US, Canada, and Australia to ensure the most comfortable fit. Each device is custom built with your interests in mind, so that you’ll be able to get back to the things you love.
Our mechanical, body-driven fingers are custom-designed for each impacted digit. Available in three variations, to accommodate different levels of amputation, all models restore fundamental grasps while utilizing your existing range of motion, such as:
- Precision (holding a pen)
- Spherical (grasping a doorknob)
- Cylindrical (swinging a hammer)
- Lateral Pinch (rotating a key)
- Hook (carrying a toolbox)
Our devices have helped digit amputees all across the world. We welcome the opportunity to help you. Naked Prosthetics is a prosthetic manufacturer and doesn’t sell directly to the public. However, we are committed to putting you in touch with a certified prosthetist who is familiar with our devices and can assist you with getting your prosthesis.
If you are an amputee and interested in one of our devices, please speak with your prosthetist or contact us and we will be happy to provide you with a referral.
Please see Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
For more information or a clinical referral please contact our Customer Care Team.
Our devices are designed
to provide strength and function
for the most common daily tasks.
“What surprised me most was how much I rely on my devices for stability while riding public transportation to work.”
—Belaji, four PIPDrivers, three MCPdrivers