A structure of an elbow prosthesis is constructed and designed such that its matches the kinetic and kinematic capabilities of the segments of limb. Some of the data collected through an individual’s limbs are not possible to duplicate. The dynamics, temperature, texture, and shape of the objects has not been felt, unless the same is not watchable. The same situation is with the elbow prosthetics. Elbow prosthesis is primarily associated with a method of tapping so that the different life characteristics and attributes can be felt by an individual wearing the concerned elbow prosthetics (Gottschalk et al., 2009). Each of the elbow prosthesis is associated with a hooks of weight 13 and 3 ounces. However, the average weight of each of the hooks used within the elbow prosthesis is around 7 ounces. The overall weight of the elbow also varies greatly so as to meet the different amputee specifications. In the context of dimensions, each component of the elbow prosthesis is generally smaller than their respective counterparts anthropomorphically. To permit a tight fitting of each of the component of prosthesis, each component is specifically designed in the context of dimensions (Pike, 2009). The same allows elbow prosthesis to fit different kinds and shapes of amputees.