Spinal Orthosis

lumbosacral
Lower Back Pain
Lumbosacral Corset
The LS corset is the most frequently prescribed supporting orthosis for patients with low back pain. Corset are made of a soft canvas or Dacron materials, fortified with rigid and flexible stays. These stays can be contoured to accommodate a deformity or can be straight to encourage postural correction. LS corsets encompass the abdomen and the pelvis. By exerting circumferential pressure they increase intra-cavity pressure in the abdomen and transmit a three point pressure system to the lumbar spine. LS corsets are most often used to manage acute low back pain.

38kplus
Modular plus 38K plus
A 3-point hyperextension brace with delta-pectoral pads.
Indications:

  • Traumatic fractures
  • Weakening of dorsal vertebrae and dorsal-lumbar passage due osteoporosis or metastasis
  • Osteomalacia with fractures
  • Dorsal- lumbar arthrosis
  • In place of a body cast
  • Lightweight aluminium construction
  • Deltapectoral pads designed for when a patient cannot tolerate the pressure on the sternum
  • It has a unique spring- controlled “floating” pelvic band that continually adjusts as the patient changes from a standing to a sitting position, without compromising the function of the brace.
  • Thoracolumbar pad can be positioned either horizontally or vertically
  • Aluminium bars are padded with a foam and vinyl covered.
  • Adjustable posterior straps
NHYCO
NHYCO
Spinal hyperextension orthosis
Characteristics:

  • Strong, lightweight alliminium alloy frame
  • Brace weighs less than 700g
  • Replaceable EVA padding, which is non-toxic, waterproof and latex-free
  • New “Plus” safety lock closure system, this is hardwearing and lightweight This feature makes it easier for the patient to don/doff the orthosis.
  • “Plus” system ensures the same lumbar pressure each time the brace is applied
  • Simple telescopic adjustment of the frame – no need to remove screws

Indications:

  • Flexion immobilization of thethoraco-lumbar spine
  • Post-operative immobilization
  • Hyperkyphosis
  • Sheuermann’s disease
  • Vertebral body fractures
Obus Forme

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