The CJ Socket allowed Donna to easily snug the socket during the day and maintain proper weight bearing. As residual limb volume is lost during the day, the sail is easily tensioned to accommodate the lost volume.
Donna typically adjusted her sail several times during the day allowing her to maintain a proper fit and consistent skin integrity. She does not have to doff and don the prosthesis to add socks and her wounds quickly healed. She is back to her baseline K3 ambulation.
The CJ Sail is unprecedentedly flexible and can be positioned 1 inch higher than conventional transtibial fixed volume socket posterior walls. This provides excellent sagittal plane control while still providing unencumbered knee flexion.