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Now available throughout the US, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, and Switzerland.
Naked Prosthetics manufactures durable, custom, functional prostheses specifically for finger and partial hand amputation. Our mission is to support people with finger and partial hand amputation and to positively impact their lives by providing functional, high-quality 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.
As a prosthetic manufacturer, Naked Prosthetics 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.
A prosthetist will:
- Assess your needs and personal goals
- Determine the precise technical specifications of the prosthesis
- Take measurements and images of your hands
- Fit, modify, and adjust your devices
- Evaluate intervention outcomes
Naked Prosthetics fosters strong relationships with clinicians throughout our distribution areas.
If you are an amputee and interested in one of our devices, please contact our Customer Experience Team.
If you are located outside of the US or Canada, please contact our partners directly:
- Germany | Austria | Switzerland – Össur
- Netherlands | Belgium | Luxembourg – Össur
- Australia – OAPL
- New Zealand – NZALS
- United Kingdom | Ireland – Steeper Group
- Finland | Denmark | Sweden | Norway – Fillauer Europe
- South Africa – Össur
- Spain | Portugal – EMO
- Israel – Gilron
Searching for the right support group for you? Our Finger and Partial-Hand Amputee Peer + Support Group is an incredible resource for amputees, family members, caregivers, industry professionals. We invite you to join!
Patients benefit greatly when therapy practitioners and prosthetists partnership to provide the best possible outcomes. Learn more about our Partnerships.
The average American takes around 6,000 steps in a day and makes about 7,200 hand grasps.
We work with prosthetic facilities across the US, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Israel. Our map shows facilities who have previously worked with our technology. If you don’t see any locations in your area, contact our Customer Experience Team and we will help you find a facility to assist with a pre-evaluation appointment.
“When I reach out and shake someone’s
hand, it actually feels like a full handshake
with a good, firm grip.”
—Zachary, two MCPDriver’s, Advanced Arm Dynamics patient
“It is important to learn new skills after hand trauma,” he explains. “After a loss is the best time to explore something new because there is no benchmark of success to meet. You have to find your new normal in the little things.”
“You may feel hopeless in the moment, but it does get better. And you will be surprised at what you could learn. I am a different person now and I grew from the experience.”
"I am confident that I can do more things and then some with this new opportunity given to me—to inspire others who are just like me and to show them that for every setback, there is a major comeback!"
“It sounds cheesy and it really just takes time. You just have to see that it isn’t the end of the world. It could’ve been worse. Considering everything, it’s a small part of my life. I could’ve lost my hand, my arm. If you could see my truck, I don’t even know how I survived.”
"It’s a game changer for me. 20 years ago, as a freshly injured kid walking into a prosthetist’s office and being completely disheartened about what was available to help replace my fingers. Now, I finally have something that makes me feel like I have a bit of a whole hand again.”