Embrace the everyday

Whether you are a musician, actress, humanitarian, athlete, or in search of your path and passions—Ottobock upper-limb prosthetic solutions enable you to embrace the everyday with confidence.

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Andrew Carter, audio aficionado, embraces his everyday by weaving music into his daily life as an intellectual property and music affairs attorney. His Michaelangelo Hand enables natural movement with a flexible oval-shaped wrist, fast and reliable microprocessors, and seven individual hand positions. For Andrew, the Michelangelo Hand was a game changer, giving him unprecedented control.

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Angel Giuffria, leading lady and trailblazer, shares how she embraces her everyday. Angel’s bebionic hand features 14 available grip positions and individual finger motors that are located in the palm, giving her the best of both worlds: durability and premium function. bebionic gives Angel the freedom to live her everyday life with confidence.


There are a lot of exceptional things about Markus. He’s a husband and a father, maintains an active lifestyle, and has some pretty unique hobbies. He also wears a prosthetic hand called the Michelangelo. Learn more about the Michelangelo.


Klaus was an outdoorsman, a brewer of beer, and the life of the party long before he started wearing the Axon Hook. Learn more about the Axon Hook.


Antonia’s a lively 12-year-old with a flair for fashion, a passion for learning, and a heart for friendship. Nothing holds her back, especially not her upper limb difference. Antonia uses the ElectroHand 2000 prosthesis.


Holger is an active guy who loves looking for new adventures. His Body-Powered arm prosthesis offers a huge benefit: Independence. When he is outside hiking, conoeing, or camping he needs a tough prosthesis that works unplugged.