COVVI Collaborates With Orthocraft On Video Series
The future of prosthetics, especially in the technology utilised, is constantly evolving; helping to better serve amputees. Orthocraft Inc. teamed up with COVVI, a state-of-the-art bionic hand manufacturer that is turning heads in the industry, to bring you a new series, “The Future of Prosthetics”. In the first episode Emily Wilson and Dez Joseph discuss the challenges the industry must overcome as well as how patients can better benefit from bionic prosthetics.
Emily Wilson, who has helped develop COVVI to where it is now, expressed how important and humbling working in the prosthetic industry is, “a prosthetic hand can never replace a real hand but it’s the next best thing…the COVVI team couldn’t envisage more rewarding work than trying to overcome challenges with the daily use of prosthetics.”
Our mission as a company is to help as many people as possible which is why we’ve made COVVI as accessible as possible so we can reach more users with our product that is always in continual development. We actively listen to our users on a daily basis and we take their feedback and suggestions and incorporate that into our designs
As a certified Prosthetist/Orthotist, Dez Joseph’s has a lot of insight into the industry and wider community. “I think bionics are effective for the patient. They’re able to see multi-articulating hands utilising all five fingers again…I think it just gives them back a sense of what is normal to them.”
The main aim behind prosthetics is to give back some freedom to the user. Knowing that what we manufacturer a product that can dramatically transform a life for the better is a humbling feeling for the COVVI team and is something we endeavour to keep within our prioritising.