Seattle Systems Presents New, Improved Arthroglide Ankle

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Seattle Systems engineers have dramatically improved the overall design of the Arthroglide ankle. The new design enhances the original product's locking system and greatly boosts its durability.

A higher grade titanium alloy, Ti 6al-4v, is used in the new ankle, and bearings are now made of hardened steel instead of bronze. The new design uses a wedge mechanism to hold the A-P slide solidly into place.

The Arthroglide ankle is an excellent match for the E-2, Seattle Carbon LightFoot or Seattle LightFoot II.

For more information, contact:

Meg Hall, Prosthetic Product Manager Seattle Systems 800.248.6463 x. 8946

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