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  • January 12, 2023 The Important Role Our Education Outreach Specialists Play Within NP

    For the past decade, Naked Prosthetics has continuously grown and evolved with the same mission as our motivation—to assist people with finger or partial-hand amputation by providing functional, high-quality prostheses. This year, Naked Prosthetics (NP) plans to put even more effort and resources toward education and customer experience [...]

  • September 13, 2022 Össur Acquires Naked Prosthetics

    Sourced from Press Release on Aug. 29, 2022. Access here. Össur has acquired Naked Prosthetics, a leading provider of durable, custom and functional finger prostheses for finger and partial hand amputees, with effect from 26 August 2022. The mechanical devices are individually designed to mimic the natural motion [...]

  • May 16, 2022 NP Goes Live! First Installment: Ask Our Clinicians Recap

    Naked Prosthetics has completed our first live event hosted through YouTube and LinkedIn: “Ask our Clinicians”. On Wednesday, April 20th, Clinical Team Lead Chris Smith and Clinical Specialist Jensen Blahnik answered questions submitted by live attendees as well as our social media followers in the weeks leading up [...]

  • February 10, 2022 “The Limits of Humanity” Exhibit in Paris, France Features Naked Prosthetics Devices

    Naked Prosthetics is excited to be a part of the Musee de L’Homme latest exhibit “The Limits of Humanity” in Paris, France. The exhibit opened in mid October 2021 and will run through the end of May 2022. The exhibition is set to display how technology has progressed [...]

  • April 27, 2021 Sensory & Desensitization Kit

    There are nearly 45 miles of nerves running through our bodies. The human hand contains about 100,000 nerves, of at least 20 different kinds and each fingertip has about 3,000 nerve receptors, primarily for pressure. Normal sensation in the hand involves: thousands of specialized nerve receptors, communicating on [...]