News - 2014

Parker Makes Equity Investment in Freedom Innovations and Companies Expand Technology Collaboration December 04, 2014

Parker Hannifin Corporation, the global leader in motion and control technologies, today announced that it has completed a minority equity investment agreement with Freedom Innovations LLC.  Freedo...

Joshua Saipe Joins Freedom Innovations as SVP of Corporate & Business Development October 09, 2014

Freedom Innovations is pleased to announce Joshua Saipe has recently joined the company as SVP of Corporate and Business Development.  Josh will focus on the company’s corporate growth initiatives ...

Freedom Innovations Launches Plié 3 Microprocessor Knee System September 24, 2014

“Stronger, Smarter, Submersible” Knee Prosthetic Now Available. Freedom Innovations has officially launched its new Plié 3 Microprocessor Controlled (MPC) Knee. The strong construction of th...

How Paralympian Amy Purdy Dances Like a Star May 07, 2014

Olympian Amy Purdy might win this season of 'Dancing With the Stars,' and she's a double amputee. The technology that keeps her twirling and dipping is nothing short of incredible. Every Monday nig...

Freedom Innovations Names John Robertson Vice President, Research & Development May 05, 2014

Freedom Innovations has announced the hiring of John Robertson as Vice President of Research and Development. Robertson has more than 25 years of experience in leading development of high quality, ...

Freedom Innovations Proud to Sponsor 3rd Annual Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team April 18, 2014

3rd Annual Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team Doubleheader Set for May 3 at Mission Viejo's Youth Athletic Park.Baseball season is here and Freedom Innovations is proud to support the Wounded Warri...

National Amputee Basketball Team AMP1 Visits Elizabethtown to Promote Awareness of Disabilities, Inspiring Others to “Never Give Up” March 24, 2014

AMP1, the country's only team of stand-up (non-wheelchair) amputee basketball players is heading to Atlanta for some inspiring hoops and a message of hope for all -- disabled or not. With the help ...