The first time I tried the TaiLor Made I felt like I was in control of my foot for the first time since my amputation, 40+ years ago! It feels stable on ramps and uneven terrain. The unique movement of the foot allows me to walk naturally with confidence and ease!
The difference I feel with this foot is it gives me total control. I can land flat and it still gives me kickback. Just amazing!
Franklin (bilateral BK)
“I can run and stop easy,” says Franklin, a quadrilateral amputee. “I can turn and jump and not worry about falling!”
“Being able to walk confidently with my granddaughter – priceless!”
Steve Chamberland (BK)
“It feels like I’ve got an ankle now!,” he exclaimed. “When you run backward the toe to heel is amazing, and then walking from heel to toe is the best. It’s amazing!”
“Thank you for helping me stand up and go for it again. I guess all I needed was a TaiLor Made Foot and a Pair of P.F. Flyers Hi-Tops. Now I can Run faster and jump Higher! This picture was Taken 3.20.15 at the Blue Angels Flight Demonstration at the Melbourne Air & Space Show after a ½ mile walk to the Parking Lot. It was hot out there today I would say NO SWEAT! Thank you once again! P.S.: NEXT, Mambo Lessons!”
Celeste Corcoran (AK/BK)
“These feet have changed my life. Everyone should be able to have these feet.”
Creighton Wong (Congenital AK)
“This weekend, I received a cutting-edge foot… it is the first prosthetic foot I’ve ever worn to (1) contour to the terrain for increased stability; and (2) provide “return energy” to increase stride length (i.e., easier movement). It shows more stability and energy than a real foot at times! Another game changer!
When I was born all I wanted to do was move. Move in a way that was free and in a way that expresses all the wonderful things this body is capable of. Last Saturday, I took a big step closer to that dream.”
TaiLor Made allows you to push your abilities like no other “foot!”
“Both this foot and my regular one are springy, but this one is helping me walk and the other one I have to make walk. I feel it kick me forward up the ramp. It’s so easy!”