• OPRA:
    Simplified attachment
    and detachment (don/doff)

    Amputated arm
  • OPRA:
    Stable attachment

    Climb
  • OPRA:
    Full range of motion
    and restored functionality

    Amputated thumb
  • OPRA:
    Improved quality of life

    Improved Quality
  • OPRA:
    Eliminates pressure, sores and pain
    in skin and soft tissues

    Climb
  • OPRA:
    Improved sitting comfort

    Improved sitting comfort

Latest news

  • 19 March 2014

    Integrum just received 5 out of 65 million SEK for innovative small and medium sized companies from Vinnova. The funding is for further development in osseointegrated nerve and muscle controlled prosthetics with sensory feedback. The press release from Vinnova can be read here (in Swedish)

     
  • 16 March 2014

    Dr. Örjan Berlin will do a oral presentation titeled An osseointegrated percutaneous prosthetic system for the treatment of patients with transfemoral amputation: Results from the OPRA technique at EMSOS 2014 Friday the 23rd of Maj. 

     
  • 28 february 2014

    On Friday March 7, at the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo, Professor Björn Rydevik will talk about osseointegrated amputation prostheses. Click here for more information.

     
  • 26 February 2014

    A new study from Chalmers University of Technology and the Center of Orthopaedic Osseointegration on the treatment of phantom limb pain (PLP) has been published today. The study presents a novel treatment that has successfully reduced the pain levels for a chronic PLP patient for whom other treatments have not worked. The study has been supported by Integrum. Click here to read more.

     
  • 30 January 2014

    The first prospective clinical study of 51 patients treated with an osseointegrated prosthetic system for transfemoral amputation is published in the Bone and Joint Journal. The study presents a cumulative survival rate of 92% at two years combined with enhanced prosthetic use and mobility, fewer problems and improved quality of life, which supports the ‘revolutionary change’ that patients with transfemoral amputations have reported following treatment with osseointegrated percutaneous prostheses. See http://www.bjj.boneandjoint.org.uk/content/96-B/1/106.abstract

amputation

Amputation treatment

Bone anchored amputation prostheses is a pioneering treatment that considerably improves amputee´s quality of life.

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orthopedic fixture

Axor™ II

Axor™ II is the new load control device with improved features for protection of the OPRA Implant System.

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osseointegration

Osseointegration

The OPRA treatment is based on the principle of Osseointegration, an anchorage mechanism that generates a direct structural connection between living bone tissue and titanium.

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Benefits of bone anchored amputation prostheses

  • Full range of motion and restored functionality
  • Eliminates pressure, sores and pain in skin and soft tissues
  • Stable attachment
  • The prosthesis can be worn all day and every day
  • Simplified attachment and detachment (don/doff)
  • Better walking ability
  • Improved sitting comfort
  • No socket adjustments required
  • Improved quality of life