We are delighted to have collaborated with the team at ProActive Prosthetics to develop a 3D-printed prosthetic leg for the lovely Sasha!
Sasha was born with a genetic foot deformity and was sent to ProActive by Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and his team at Fitzpatrick Referrals Ltd.
ProActive Clinic Manager Alan McDougall asked us to help create a new 3D-printed leg for Sasha and we are proud to say that it fits like a glove!! At a third of the weight of her old prosthetic leg, her new 3D-printed leg (the first of its kind for a dog) even has an integrated compartment to store an Apple Airtag, just in case Sasha leaves it behind somewhere!
Both Sasha and her owners are over the moon! Thank you ProActive for the opportunity!
We have collaborated with the guys at ProActive Prosthetics who met Stompy via Fitzpatrick Referrals.
We have worked with ProActive to create a 3D Printed leg for Stompy who lost his leg🦿 following an injury. But just look at him go now!
At the initial fitting of his new leg, he wasn’t keen on putting it down on the ground, but after 10 weeks of hydrotherapy on the treadmill to strengthen his shoulder muscles he is loving life and now there is no stopping him!
Click here to see the video of Stompy!