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Here are some of the great things our clients and peers have said about the CJ Socket.

Love this socket–has changed the way my son moves and lives! Thank you, thank you, thank you!! — Dawn Karolides

Keith Cornell’s new socket design at ‪#‎OPWorldCongress‬ is intriguing. May combine the best of ischial containment and flexible sockets, with fewer of the drawbacks of either. — FITBIONIC

I have fit a bunch of them. I think the design is awesome. You can adjust the fit every time you put it on so its always snug and extremely comfortable in sitting as well. — Steven Thibeau

One of the two new socket designs now being offered for above knee amputees. This design is called the CJ Socket and offers amazing improvements in comfort and adjustability. Set up an appointment today to find out if this is a good option for you. — Boland Prosthetic & Orthotic Center

Our prosthetist has had great success with the CJ socket for patients who need more adjustability. Designed by local prosthetist, Keith Cornell, here in Massachusetts. — Orthotics & Prosthetics

Sitting in a CJ Socket, the sail, which feels and reacts more like clothing than part of a prosthesis, flattens and conforms to the seat surface, allowing the thigh tissue to spread more naturally and definitely more comfortably. The result is a harmonious interface between anatomy and environment, and sitting on cloth beats sitting on hard plastic any day. Subsequently, the design was successfully adapted for upper extremity amputees, including those wearing myoelectric prostheses, who report the socket is lighter, less-restrictive and more comfortable than traditional sockets. The concept is now being extended to below-knee applications as well. — Nobbe Orthopedics, Inc. Newsletter No. 64

It’s my first fitting of the new CLeg 4 and it’s got great improvements over the older models. The socket is a CJ socket. If you hate that”butt bone” seat in your prosthesis, talk to your prosthetist about this style socket! — prosthetic_girl

Practitioners were able to learn from Keith Cornell about his new socket technology that incorporates the use of sail material into the socket to provide a comfortable fitting prosthesis that accommodates volume fluctuations. — Baker Orthotics and Prosthetics

Our Prosthetic staff is experienced, trained and certified to provide the latest technology including: “CJ Socket” – user adjustable sockets by CJ Socket Technologies. — Rogerson Orthotics and Prosthetics

My feeling, having used it now on 5 or 6 different patients, is that it addresses almost all the socket problems that we have had over the years with almost all the different rigid and semi rigid designs.  Across the board, all of the people I have put this on have had increased comfort in sitting and standing.  They no longer feel like they are sitting on a fence all the time and toileting is easier.  I now use this as my first choice of socket design for all my AK patients. — Frank H. Twyefort, III, CPO

I have had some really great success with this socket system.  Unlike other transfemoral socket techniques, the CJ is intuitive and the learning curve is short.  I don’t need to make multiple check sockets to get the fit that is best for my patient.  The patients I have used the CJ on are amazed at how easy it is to don and they all love the user adjustability feature of the CJ that allows them to improve their comfort on the fly! Therapists and doctors that I have shown the CJ to have been very impressed with this socket and when they observe the results on the patient, they are even more amazed! I am very pleased that Keith has shared this concept with me, as the CJ has become an invaluable tool in my prosthetic toolbox!  Thanks Keith- you the man! — Jason Rizzo, CPO

Thank you for inventing the CJ Socket and making it available to the Prosthetist’s toolbox.  I attended your excellent one day seminar which was one of the best I have ever attended for depth of knowledge and completeness of any new technique.  There will be many amputees across the country who will smile many more times in the day due to the CJ Socket.  I truly liked the seminar and the technique, and you have a naturally educational demeanor. — Pat Peick, CPO