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Amputee athlete develops specialized sports prostheses

AOPA In Advance SmartBrief | Apr 14, 2015

Adam Griggel, who lost his right leg to meningitis, has created his own specialized prostheses for running, cycling, in-line skating and ice skating. His next project will be a prosthetic leg for snowboarding. WISC-TV (Madison, Wis.) (04/14)


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Specialized prosthesis allows Boston Marathon amputee to golf again

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Designer updates flexible 3D-printed hand

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Device successfully uses brain signals to control prosthesis

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Fillauer focuses on worldwide sales

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Strategies that help speed up reimbursement

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Carbon-nanotube fiber electrodes could improve prostheses

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