• 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

  • 8 October 2014

    The future for the OPRA system is presented today, as the first patient using OPRA with implanted neuromuscular interfaces is revealed. The system has been used by the patient since January 2013. This breakthrough is the result of a collaboration between Integrum, Chalmers University of Technology and Sahlgrenska University Hospital. The official press release can be read here. Press coverage from: CBSDiscovery and Newsweek. The research paper can be read here.

     
  • 1 September 2014

    We are pleased to announce that Johanna Ternström has been employed as Product Manager, Prosthetic Products and that Niklas Hofvenberg has been employed as Manager, Quality Assurance and Regulatory affairs.

     
  • 28 August 2014

    Max Jair Ortiz Catalan from Integrum will give a short lecture on future control of arm and leg prosthetics at the National Life Science Day. The event takes place at Skogshem & Wijk, Lidingö on the 30th of September and the lecture will be at 11:20. Read more about it here.

     
  • 18 August 2014

    In February this year, a study from Chalmers University of Technology, that was supported by Integrum, that demonstrated a novel treatment for phantom limb pain (PLP) was published. The treatment successfully reduced the pain levels for a chronic PLP patient, for whom no other treatments had been successful. A multi-centre clinical trial verifying the results from this study has just been approved by Läkemedelsverket (Swedish Medical Products Agency) and is planned to start this autumn. 

     
  • 17 june 2014

    CEO of Integrum, Rickard Brånemark, will participate in the ICNR2014 meeting in Aalborg, Denmark. He will give a lecture about advanced prosthetic control in transhumeral amputees using osseointegration and bidirectional neuromuscular interfaces during the Current research in advanced upper arm prostheses session Thursday the 26th of June 14:30-16:00. 

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