If Prostheses Were Shoes, They'd Have Been Updated Already
Not every company at CES was pushing a new app or cool gadget. LIM Innovations has a wearable of sorts that's improving the lives of amputees.By Leah Becerra | January 14, 2016
What if I told you prostheses are technology, too? Not only that, but the companies trying to make these devices better are attending events like CES.
In the case of lower limb prostheses, there's a problem that needs to be addressed.
"Ask the right question: What's the problem in prosthetics? Well, it's the socket," said LIM Innovations CEO and co-founder Andrew Pedtke, M.D.