According to UNICEF statistics on Children with Disabilities in the Middle East and North Africa, out of the 240 million children worldwide facing disabilities, 20.9 million are situated in the Middle East and North Africa region among those aged 0 to 17 years.
A significant number among them experience limb loss, a condition stemming from congenital disorders, wars, accidents, and various other causes.
In the realm of pediatric prosthetics, Mobilis holds a significant position, offering high-quality prosthetics to children facing arm and leg amputations. With cutting-edge prosthetic clinics, experienced German prosthetic specialists, and advanced CAD CAM fabrication technologies, Mobilis is reshaping the narrative of challenges into opportunities for our young heroes.
Upper limb prosthetics involve limbs for the fingers, arms and hands, aiding kids who’ve lost limbs. Modern advancements, including myoelectric controls, 3D printed mechanical fingers and wrist joints enhance functionality, empowering users to regain independence and improve their active daily life.
Lower extremity pediatric prosthetics refer to the children’s lower limbs, such as legs(below knee or above knee) and feet. These prosthetic devices will help kids to facilitate mobility and support their physical development.
In the realm of prosthetics, adult designs often emphasize durability, weight-bearing, and long-term comfort, crucial for daily stability. Conversely, pediatric prosthetics prioritize growth adaptability, featuring highly dynamic components to match a child’s active lifestyle. They boast lightweight designs, easy adjustments, and vibrant aesthetics to foster acceptance and engagement, vital for a child’s developmental milestones.
Early provision of prosthetics for children with amputations is crucial. It aids in promoting natural development, motor skills, and psychological well-being. Timely use helps integrate the prosthetic limb into the child’s body schema, facilitating adaptation to mobility. Early intervention also fosters a positive self-image, allowing the child to explore and engage in activities with confidence. Furthermore, it encourages social inclusion, enabling the child to participate actively in peer interactions and developmental milestones. Overall, timely access to prosthetics plays a pivotal role in enhancing a child’s physical and emotional development after amputation.
Explore the remarkable benefits of pediatric prosthetics, from enhancing mobility and independence to boosting self-esteem and fostering a sense of normalcy.
Pediatric prosthetics have distinctive challenges compared to those for adults due to factors like the shortage of small-sized components, complexities in fabricating small sockets, and the dynamic nature of highly sensitive and active users. MOBILIS overcomes these challenges by employing cutting-edge technologies such as CAD designing and 3D printing for the fabrication of tiny prosthetic components. The involvement of an experienced prosthetist is pivotal in navigating the intricacies of the pediatric prosthetic journey, ensuring precision and tailored solutions for each young user.
The cost of pediatric prosthetics depends on factors like advanced components used, component size availability, and the type of joints used, whether mechanical or electronic. Despite this, pediatric prostheses are generally less in price than adults. The Mobilis team provides assessments for precise cost calculations tailored to each patient before issuing a quotation. Numerous charitable organizations in the United Arab Emirates and other Middle Eastern countries provide funding for pediatric prosthetics following a comprehensive assessment.
At Mobilis, we believe in transforming challenges into triumphs, turning obstacles into opportunities, and ensuring that every child can embrace life with confidence, joy, and boundless possibilities. For more information, please contact us at +971 4 882 1978. Or visit MOBILIS.