At Human Technology, we help patients with the highest level of comfort, support, and independence. We sell the best quality prosthetics for those with an amputated hand. We design our bionic hand in Nashville using the latest technologies in limb prosthesis.
How much does a bionic hand cost?
Patients who undergo an arm amputation in part or full can benefit considerably with the use of an artificial arm. If you have insurance, the good news is that you do not have to pay more than $5,000 for a cosmetic prosthetic arm. A functional prosthetic arm can cost anywhere from $8,000 to 10,000, and an advanced myoelectric arm can cost anywhere from $25,000 to $100,000 or more. A myoelectric arm is the costliest because it looks more real and functions based on muscle movements.
Furthermore, the cost of a myoelectric prosthetic arm may vary based on the level of limb loss. For instance, the cost of a myoelectric prosthetic can go up to $19,000 for partial loss of a hand, $21,000 for loss of hand till the mid of lower arm, and $60,000 for loss of hand till the shoulder. We are one of the few sellers to manufacture and sell custom bionic hand in Nashville at the lowest prices.
Tips for caring for your prosthetic hand
Artificial limbs can be pricey, but with proper upkeep, you can increase the life of your prosthetic limbs and avoid potential damage to the device. One of the common mistakes that most amputees make is failing to remove their prosthesis before going to bed. Make sure to remove the device every night before you sleep and regularly examine it for damages and loose parts. Also, make sure to examine the stump or amputation site for redness, blisters, and other skin issues, in which case you should consult your podiatrist immediately.
Furthermore, routinely clean the skin on the stump and massage the area with a moisturizing lotion. If you spot swelling on the stump, secure the site with a bandage to reduce inflammation. Practice the physiotherapy exercises regularly to improve mobility, range of motion, body posture, and endurance. Besides, wash the prosthesis’ socket with soap regularly.
Prosthetic hands look and function just like a real arm. It comes in a variety of designs and encompasses several parts. Some of the parts include:
- A socket – This is the part of the prosthetic where the stump of an amputated arms fits. A socket is usually lined with silicone or foam to improve comfort for amputees and to protect the stump.
- The suspension – This part ensures that the prosthesis is well-placed onto the stump
- The shaft
- An outward covering for cosmetic purposes
We strive to make the highest quality artificial limb prosthetics to help you get the feel of a natural limb. With all our products, we strive to offer the utmost comfort, affordability, and durability. Contact Human Technology today for more information on our state-of-the-art bionic hand in Nashville.