The most comfortable and adjustable custom socket for above-knee amputees. Every aspect of the Infinite Socket™ TF was designed and engineered with comfort and lifestyle in mind. The Infinite Socket™ TF mimics human anatomy to provide improved function, adjustability, and comfort.

Carbon-Fiber Struts

Each thermoplastic carbon-fiber strut is custom-molded to the contours of the user’s limb and allows the prosthetist to make modifications in response to shape and volume change.

Distal Base Plate

The four-hole base plate, which allows the clinician to find the optimal offset for limb length and alignment through the built-in line of progression, continues to offer 5 mm of radial slide and 40º of angular pivot per strut. The 4-hole base plate has been also been designed to maximize structural integrity enhancing peace of mind for both the clinician and the patient.

Interchangeable Suspension Options

Elevated-vacuum, lanyard, seal-in, and pin-lock suspension options provide a streamlined donning and doffing process.

Precise Adjustability

The Infinite Socket™ TF adjustable components enable both patients and clinicians to fine-tune fit for better comfort and control. A modular frame and carbon fiber struts make it easy for prosthetists to make modifications in response to body fluctuations. The built-in, anti-microbial, flexible brim can be loosened when sitting and tightened when walking to achieve optimal stability and comfort.

Dynamic Frame

The structural frame is designed to flex or spring like a bike frame or ski boot.

Improved Pressure Distribution

With integrated textiles and adjustable components, the Infinite Socket™ TF conforms seamlessly to the limb and enables superior comfort. Height adjustments on the ischial seat and medial brim on the Infinite Socket™ TF reduce weight-bearing on neuromas.

Reimbursement Information

In the United States, prosthetists must classify the components of a prosthesis according to standard billing codes, called L-codes. LIM Innovations, as well as other industry manufacturers, suggests L-codes for their products. It is the responsibility of prosthetists to use correct coding when submitting information to Medicare and private insurance companies.