Lower limb prostheses are devices designed to replace the function or appearance of the missing lower limb as much as possible. The goals of these prosthetic devices are to allow you or your patient to achieve basic ambulation, and to progress to a variety of advanced activities such as running.


The most clinically evaluated microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knee in history, the C-Leg® was introduced in the U.S. in 1999, and since then more than 40,000 people worldwide have taken advantage of the unparalleled stability offered by it.


This microprocessor knee system utilizes an integrated Bluetooth® module for wireless communication and setup processes, and has a rechargeable Li-Ion battery providing 24-48 hours of continuous use, dependent on activities.

Carbon Feet

Whether it's walking at various speeds, running, climbing hills or descending stairs with a secure, confident stride, these are the complex requirements for a modern carbon foot. There are a range options to choose from and their benefits are now available for amputees in most functional levels.

Silicone/Gel Liners

Silicone, gel, and urethane liners are used as an interface to pad your limb and make the prosthesis more comfortable. Each type of material has its own positive properties. Liners come in locking and cushion designs and can also be used in vacuum suspension systems.

  • "I cannot find the correct words for thanking you for the magnificent work that you have done on my prostheses."
    — Jean C.

  • "We have had the opportunity to meet people that are so kind, generous and loving and it is a pleasure to be able to see my grandson walk again after four years in a wheelchair. Everyone at Allied will always be in my heart."
    — Juana

  • "When I met Mr. Luna and the staff at Allied, I understood that this was a family, worthy of my trust. Today, I feel that I made the correct decision in choosing them to fit me with my prosthesis."
    — Ovidio C.

  • "I adore the work done by everyone at Allied and I feel they inspired me to walk again, and I have a lot of gratitude and appreciation for a job well done."
    Keith L.