Category Archives: Review of Designs for Prostheses

LIM Innovations Infinite Socket (Part 3) Medicare Patient

After a few successful fittings of Infinite Sockets I turned to fitting a long term wearer of a transfemoral prosthesis.  This patient is a K3 patient however he is really hard on his equipment.     LIM has been great on replacing many of the components that have worn out or failed.  He loves his socket. I will answer any questions regarding billing through email brent@lifenabled.com

 

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The Infinite Socket from LIM Innovations Gets Medicare Approval

The Infinite Socket gets Medicare Approval.

The good news is that Medicare considers the Infinite Socket billable under the current L-Code System. The bad news is that this determination now makes the Infinite Socket difficult to provide because of the disconnect between cost and reimbursment.

 

 

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LIM Innovations Infinite Socket Review (Part 2)

Here is Andrew’s Journey to finding comfort in the Infinite Socket.  Andrew has a short transfemoral amputation and the Infinite Socket contained all the tissue well and he was able to have good control over his prosthesis.

 

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LIM Innovations (Part 1)

This is Bobby.  Bobby walks 10+ miles a day.  Bobby said he was comfortable in the prosthesis I made him.  I put the Infinite Socket on him he said he had never been so comfortable in his life.  Here is his feedback.

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Is the Patellar Bar Dead? Link to the article I wrote on the RCR socket.

Here is an article that I wrote a little while back but was just published.  Is the Patellar Bar Dead?

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