O&P professional

O&P professional at work in the workshop

The product has to fit

The Ottobock name has stood for innovation in orthopaedic technology since 1919. We combine technical expertise with the latest medical findings to drive creative processes. This results in sophisticated product solutions that meet the needs and individual wishes of users.

On our website you can quickly access our various products in the fields of orthotics, prosthetics, Human Mobility and electrical stimulation. Learn more about the technical details, effects and applications of a wide range of orthopaedic technology products.

A man wearing a leg prosthesis on his right leg plays in the garden with his son


A large selection of medical devices in orthotics, prosthetics and Human Mobility

Woman in consultation with a customer


Studies, media, documents, field reports, after-sales service, technical service, reimbursement of costs

Three Ottobock employees discuss a plaster cast for a prosthetic socket at a training session

Continuing education

Continuing education, certification and online seminars at the Ottobock Academy

Innovative products


Myoelectric hand with Axon-Bus and microprocessor offers complex gripping kinematics


E-MAG Active knee orthosis

Electrically controlled orthosis provides mobility in case of paralysis of the knee extension musculature


Our services in other specialist fields

Specialist dealer

As a manufacturer of innovative medical devices, we offer a large selection of products in the fields of prosthetics, orthotics and Human Mobility.

Funding bodies

Ottobock has been developing high-quality medical devices in the fields of Human Mobility, orthotics and prosthetics since 1919. As a result, people with limitations gain more mobility, healthier physical activity and an improved quality of life.


Our products can be used for preventive, conservative and post-operative applications. Find out more about symptoms and effects in conjunction with technical expertise. You will also gain access to continuing education in the fields of medicine and technology.


Therapy and orthopaedic technology complement one another in various specialist fields and together lead to greater therapy success. Orthoses, for example, make mobilising measures easier in physiotherapy. Meanwhile, children learn how to use a prosthesis through playful exercises in occupational therapy.