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Upya 25-28 cm / 50-110Kg

Are you or your patient of low activity? Upya is THE foot for you.

It is perfectly suited to people with a mobility level of K1 or K2 and a low level of impact. Upya's stability and comfort make it reassuring, making it ideal for people in rehabilitation. Its dynamism will enable you to perform a wide variety of activities on a daily basis: it adapts to your life and your desires and will give you back the natural sensation of walking, particularly with the movement of your toes.

Upya is suitable for both tibial and femoral amputees, as well as double amputees.

Don't hesitate to contact our sales team if you have any questions, they're always happy to answer them.

Weight: 700 g

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Weight & activites guide

HERE ARE THE INFORMATIONS

Users informations

Left or right foot
one foot from 25 to 28cm

User weight from 50KG to 110Kg
For all types of amputation

Interior use…
…as exterior use

Technical
features
Resists chlorinated, salty and fresh water

use from -20 to 60

Materials
used

Polyamide 6.6 + 30% fiberglass

Stainless steel axis Galvanised steel screws

Energy-recovery glassfiber blade

Heel cushioning in expanded polyurethane

Stretchable cover in EVA

Technical
features

Contents of the kit

The Upya foot is delivered as a kit to be adapted to the user and assembled. It is strongly recommended to call a professional.
UPYA PERFORMANCE
Attack
of the heel
Flexibility of heel strike with the ground
Ability to
flattening
Straighten your leg and take the step
Foot stability in static position
Flexibility
of toe
Capacité de la pointe de pied à fléchir
Ability of the toe to flex
Dynamism
of tiptoe
Foot dynamism to help recovery
Length
dynamic
Working part of the foot VS total length
Resistance
to twist
Help when taking turns
Adaptability
on the slopes
Ability to adapt the foot to slopes
Adaptability
on the slopes
Ability to adapt the foot to slopes
Absorption
vertical
Absorption capacity of the foot to vertical shocks

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