Million Worldwide Disabled
Million Adults Disabled
Million Children Disabled
At ThirdMesh, our aim is to solve the biggest problem facing the healthcare industry right now: how to make care more accessible in emerging and transitioning countries. We believe that no one should be left without the healthcare they need, so we are here to do something about it.
Using additive design technologies to serve the unmet needs of healthcare communities by simplifying and expediting the process of manufacturing adaptable transformative devices.
Custom Able combines 3D scanning, computer aided design, and printing technologies to create replacement limbs and other assistive devices virtually anywhere. With open source software and affordable hardware, healthcare professionals can easily create orthotic mobility devices and other tools at a price that patients can actually afford.
Delivering the local communities with the care and treatment that they need
BLOCKCHAIN & AI
Standard data fields and health information are redirected to the blockchain via Augmented Intelligence
3D printing technology to design simple yet effective medical devices
Provide healthcare workers around the world with tools to deliver effective healthcare solutions
Benefits of #Custom Able Work
Increasing mobility access, limiting the impact of disabilities, and meeting patients’ unique needs.
Millions live with limb loss, and our open-source technologies can provide solutions for virtually all of these people
With appropriate rehabilitation services, most people with disabilities can become critical contributors to their communities
Cost-effective and lessens the burden of disability on children's growth
Rehabilitation services are worth long-term investment, offering hope, skills, and ultimately a better quality of life
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- About ThirdMesh September 5, 2018Millions of people are currently living with limb loss. In fact, an average of nine people loses a limb every single day- meaning rehabilitation services are more important than ever. Not only do they help people to overcome the physical side of their disability, but they also offer new skills, more hope for the […]
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