Another strategic partnerships with an amazing company

Anatomic Studios offers a wide range of prosthetic covers for lower limb amputees.
Anatomic Studios offers a wide range of prosthetic covers for lower limb amputees.

Partnering with ANATOMIC STUDIOS in Sweden

I am very, very, very happy to announce a new partnership with one of my favorite companies out there: ANATOMIC STUDIOS from Malmoe/Sweden. People who have been following me for some time, know that Emelie Stroemshed, one of the founders of and current creative director at ANATOMIC STUDIOS has been an early guest on the podcast and we have been in contact ever since. After numerous phone calls, several brainstorming sessions, and a series of meetings during my current visit to Sweden, we have moved things forward. So over the coming months, you can expect more news from this exciting company. More information about their products. And more insights into ideas in the making from this create team.


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What makes ANATOMIC STUDIOS such an amazing company?

ANATOMIC STUDIOS' motto is 'Fashion for Everybody and Every Body'. They produce stunning personalized prosthetic covers, thus saying goodby to the traditional limitations that many people affected by limb loss and limb differences face when it comes to expressing their personality and adding a personal touch to their prosthetic equipment. Instead the team in Malmoe/Sweden embraces the new possibilities that 3D printing offers and welcomes the endless new possibilities that come with this new technology.


"We celebrate individuality!", says Emelie Stroemshed, one of the founders and the current creative director of ANATOMIC STUDIOS.

"There's no 'one size fits all', especially when it comes to expressing who we are. That's why each and every one of our covers is tailored to you who will wear it - your individual anatomy, prosthetic setup and, of course, personal style. Created through digital craftmanship, 3D-technology and with a whole bunch of heart. Always."


I can't wait to share more about the stunning products this company has to offer. So watch this space.



Post by Bjoern Eser, the founder of and shaker and maker behind The Active Amputee.


Further Reading

Interview with Emelie Strömshed


The age of the off-the-shelf look for artificial limbs is slowly coming to an end. With significant advancements in 3D printing technology in recent years a number of companies are now offering stylish prosthetic covers. Emelie from Anatomic Studios in Malmö/Sweden tells us more about the company and their approach to assisting amputees to find their personal style. read more

Choosing the right prosthesis


Most lower limb amputees know this problem: Finding the right prosthetic knee is not an easy task. For most of us it means working out the right compromise between our day to day needs, our spare time interests and our ambitions for the next couple of years on the one hand and our health insurance plan and financial means on the other hand. This in itself is already rather complex. Things get even more complicated if we take into account that even the best of knees can only unfold its full potential if mounted under a well-fitting socket, combined with a good foot that suits our activity level. Read more

The podcast with Emelie Strömshed


In today's episode, Emelie and I talk about fashion and personal style, we talk about self confidence and being proud as an amputee, and we talk about the new doors that have been opened by modern technologies and advancements in 3D printing. listen to the show