Prosthetics Technology

Anatomical Designs Elevated Negative Pressure Socket System

Anatomical Designs Elevated Negative Pressure Socket System (ENP) is the latest in prosthetic socket technology. Comfortable and functional, it’s the only socket design that has user adjustable vacuum levels to meet activity levels and user preferences. This system also helps eliminate the “lost fit” and the need to add socks throughout the day, resulting in less pistoning and healthier residual limb, skin and soft tissues.

Anatomically Correct Alignment

Made possible by our clinical team understanding of amputee gait, and our Elevated Negative Pressure Socket System. Once set, this alignment will produce a much more comfortable and functional prosthesis, a real benefit when returning to your active life. Many seasoned amputees state a great ease in walking, reduction of low back pain, and the ability to wear their prosthesis for longer periods of time.


Using Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD-CAM), our clinical team is able to scan, rectify, and carve a residual limb model in minutes

Anatomical Designs, LLC Elevated Negative Pressure Hip Disarticulation

Designed specifically to provide a lighter, more comfortable and functional interface for Hip Disarticulation Amputees. This system does away with the traditional hard wrap around socket and replaces it with one half the size. Comfortable body web strapping replaces hard socket on sound side. By using break through, Elevated Negative Pressure suspension technology, we reduced socket movement and increased comfort for the most functional Hip Disarticulation interface available.

Silicon Hip Liner

The creation of the Hip Liner allows for a silicone liner and sealing sleeve in one make Hip Elevated Negative Pressure Socket System possible.

Hip Socket Suspension

Vacuum plate is inserted into the vacuum circle of the liner. Vacuum is pulled between the liner and plate, locking them together.

Hip Socket

Vacuum plate is attached to socket with anterior and posterior lanyards. The addition of a contralateral belt controls lateral movement at mid stance.

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