The following prices are an estimated total price to end-users for a typical bionic foot system, including all prosthetist fees, etc., in the U.S. market, assuming no insurance coverage. These prices are provided as a general indicator of affordability so that those looking for a new bionic foot will know which ones are within their budget. Actual prices may vary depending on individual circumstances, especially the differences in the user’s residual limb.
Please note, there are three possible sources for our bionic foot prices:
- Clinic Price
- Individual Prosthetists
Of these, the End-users source is the least reliable because the reported price may be based on only a few individual experiences. We are trying to get official clinic prices for all devices but some bionic companies refuse to provide this information.
|Bionic Foot / Ankle||Price||Source|
|Ottobock Empower Ankle||$40,000 to $50,000 US||Clinic Price|
|Freedom Kinnex||$20,000 to $25,000 US||End-users|
|Blatchford Elan Foot||$15,000 to $20,000 US||End-users|
|Blatchford Elan IC||Unknown**||—|
|Ossur Proprio Foot||$20,000 to $25,000 US||End-users|
|Ottobock Meridium||$20,000 to $25,000 US||End-users|
** The Elan IC is likely slightly more expensive than the Elan Foot…we just don’t have confirmation yet.
Each of the bionic feet listed above links to its own page, which provides a more in-depth review of the foot.
For prices on bionic knees, see Price List for Bionic Knees.
For a comprehensive description of all current lower-limb technologies, devices, and research, see our complete guide.