An orthosis is used to stabilize, relieve, immobilize, guide or correct the limbs or torso.
A prosthesis is a visual replacement for a limb and performs various functions of the missing part of the body.
In the event of malformation, an orthoprosthesis compensates for the shorter length of the leg and, if necessary, provides corrective support.
Personal everyday aids are used to treat amputations or congenital deformities on upper extremities.
An orthosis is used to stabilize, relieve, immobilize, guide or correct the limbs or torso. This prevents or corrects incorrect postures and strains. Orthopedic aids include orthopedic braces – short-term or permanent – after accidents and surgeries.
Orthoses are also used for congenital malpositions and age-related signs of wear. In contrast to flexible bandages, orthoses are made of stronger materials, such as plastic, in order to limit movements or correct skeletal deformities. We manufacture individual orthoses for children and adults.
In the region of the upper extremities, orthoses are primarily used to improve hand and arm function.
We will fashion an individual orthosis for you specifically tailored to your foot deformity or particular ailment,
This orthosis fits around the torso to correct spinal deformities.
This orthosis exerts slight pressure on the chest so that the deformity is corrected using natural growth.
In early childhood skull deformities, the helmet gently guides the head into the most anatomical and aesthetic shape possible.
Positioning systems support one or more lying position(s). For patients who need to be repositioned at night, it is advisable to use change-out systems.
functional, microprocessor-controlled arm and leg prostheses can also implement more complex movements (grabbing, climbing stairs, etc.).
With its gestures, motor skills and sensory properties, the hand is one of the most complex organs. When it comes to replacing fingers, hands or the entire arm with a prosthesis, professional competence is absolutely crucial.
Choosing the right prosthesis and, above all, choosing the perfect shaft, plays an important role in optimal treatment with prostheses on the lower extremities.
The prosthesis portion is used for this purpose. It may also be necessary to provide corrective support for the affected leg. This is where the orthotic proportion comes into play.
An orthoprosthesis compensates for the leg length deficit and, if necessary, provides corrective support.
In principle, we can build every conceivable aid to meet individual requirements – from violin aid to eating and writing aids to steering or basketball aid.
An individual hand or arm tool that makes it easier for you to perform a specific activity (e.g. eating, cycling, etc.).