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  • July 9, 2019 Mental Health and Partial Hand Amputation: It’s More Important Than You Think

    Matt Finney was a proud new father. He worked as a concrete finisher who enjoyed fishing and riding his motorcycle. So, when four of the five digits on Matt Finney’s right hand were partially amputated due to vascular occlusion in his right arm, it’s an understatement to say [...]

  • Man interlocking prosthetic fingers with real fingers.
    July 3, 2019 Engineered for Strength

    To offer a look into why our products are unique, we compiled a summary of what it means when we say our devices our durable and strong. Please read on to understand how our devices are optimally engineered for strength. You'll learn more about why those with finger [...]

  • June 13, 2019 4 Questions to Ask When Choosing Your Prosthetist

    Choosing a prosthetist is a big decision! Unlike most doctors, your prosthetist is someone you will continue to see several times per year and throughout your lifetime as a prosthesis user. A prosthetist is an allied health professional who has been educated and certified to specialize in the [...]

  • May 23, 2019 Naked Prosthetics Brings Functional Finger Prosthetics to Europe

    Naked Prosthetics, the leader in partial digit and thumb prostheses, has announced its entrance into the European market with three partnerships in Germany and Austria, the Netherlands and Belgium, and the United Kingdom. “Our expansion into Europe is a direct response to the demand we have received from [...]

  • May 14, 2019 Amputee Support: Helping an Underserved Group

    “You all aren’t just changing lives, you’re saving them,” says quadruple-digit amputee Matt, who is an administrator for a new online support group specifically for finger and partial hand amputees. Designed primarily as an amputee-to-amputee forum, the Facebook support group also serves as a place for caregivers, industry [...]