The RHEO KNEE® makes everyday living easier
Michael McNaughton lost his leg in 2003 in Afghanistan when he stepped on a landmine that claimed his leg. After trying out several microprocessor knees, he opted for the RHEO KNEE® because of what he describes as its ability to keep up with his active lifestyle, the confidence it gives him, plus that fact that he can choose whatever foot he wants to use with it.
The great thing about the RHEO KNEE® is that it adapts to me. I don´t have to adapt to it!
Dave Leeka lost his leg in the Vietnam war, after which he went back to school and later retired in 2009. Dave likes the improvements in his gait since he’s been using the RHEO KNEE®, the way the knee helps him navigate uneven terrain, its smooth transition between walking speeds and the opportunity to use whatever foot he chooses.