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Orteza kończyny dolnej RAPTOR BIONIC

Lower limb support RAPTOR BIONIC

BIONIC KNEE BRACE Product’s description RAPTOR BIONIC  is more than ordinary knee brace. It has innovative bionic construction, because of spring loaded hinges. It stores energy when the user flexes the knee (while placing weight on the legs) and releases energy when the user extends the legs. While knee extending, the stored forces support the [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej AM-SB-06

Lower-extremity support AM-SB-06

UNIVERSAL COMPRESSION HIP BRACE WITH CROSS STRAPS AND ORTHOPEDIC STAYS HIP PAIN AND SPORT Sport and exercises are great for everything, but sometimes they can also come with pain and physical conditions. Even some of the strongest areas of the body can be injured or damaged when person is not properly prepared. One of the [...]

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Orteza uda OKD-26

Lower-extremity support OKD-26

GROIN PROTECTOR UNIVERSAL GROIN WRAP Groin strain The adductor muscles are located on the inside of the thigh. They adduct the thigh, stabilize pelvis and support the hip. A groin pull results from putting too much stress on muscles in your groin and thigh. Groin pulls are common in people who play sports that require [...]

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Orteza pozycjonująca rzepkę OKD-25

Lower-extremity support OKD-25

KNEECAP BRACE FOR PATELLA ALIGNMENT Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome – PFPS (Runner’s knee) Patellofemoral Pain Syndrom is a mild or severe pain in the front of the knee. The pain occurs usually during stair climbing, kneeling or squatting. The pain is visible also in long-term sitting position. PFPS is common among the runners and due to [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej OKD-23

Lower limb support OKD-23

LigaCare Active ligaments knee brace KNEE LIGAMENTS INJURY What is a ligament? Ligaments are a short band of tough, flexible tissue, made up of lots of individual fibres, which connect the bones of the body together. There are 4 ligaments in the knee: ACL – anterior cruciate ligament – is the most commonly injured knee [...]

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ATOM/2RA 4ARMY

Lower limb support ATOM/2RA 4ARMY

MILITARY DYNAMIC UPRIGHT KNEE FRAME WITH ROM ADJUSTMENT MILITARY PARACHUTING INJURIES Large scale military parachuting began in 1940. The first official world parachuting championship held in 1951 marked the advent of parachuting as a sport. It’s regarded as one of the most challenging and demanding effort which require high degree of mental and physical fitness. [...]

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AM-OP-03

Bunion splint AM-OP-03

UNIVERSAL BUNION SPLINT Bunion (hallux valgus) Hallux valgus is a deformity at the base of the big toe, or metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint, in which the great toe, or hallux, is deviated or points toward the lesser toes. First metacarpal bone is in varsus position and the hallux is in valgus position. The main reason of [...]

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RAPTOR/2

Lower limb support RAPTOR/2

DYNAMIC UPRIGHT KNEE FRAME WITH DOUBLE-AXIS POLYCENTRIC SPLINTS POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY (PCL) Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) is strong, elastic bands of tissue, connecting tibia and femur. It’s more stronger than anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). PCL prevents the femur from sliding off the anterior edge of the tibia and to prevent the tibia from displacing [...]

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RAPTOR/2R

Lower limb support RAPTOR/2R

DYNAMIC UPRIGHT KNEE FRAME WITH ADJUSTMENT IN EVERY 20 DEGREE POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY (PCL) Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) is strong, elastic bands of tissue, connecting tibia and femur. It’s more stronger than anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). PCL prevents the femur from sliding off the anterior edge of the tibia and to prevent the tibia [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej RAPTOR/1R

Lower limb support RAPTOR/1R

DYNAMIC UPRIGHT KNEE FRAME WITH ADJUSTMENT IN EVERY 15 DEGREE POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT INJURY (PCL) Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) is strong, elastic bands of tissue, connecting tibia and femur. It’s more stronger than anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). PCL prevents the femur from sliding off the anterior edge of the tibia and to prevent the tibia [...]

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OKD-20

Lower limb support OKD-20

UNIVERSAL PATELLA STABILIZER KNEE BRACE Patellar dislocation Patellar dislocation occurs when the patella (kneecap) slips out of its normal position in the patellofemoral groove. Often, the injury is an result of sudden twist of the knee or direct blow. Patella usually move into place without orthopedic reduction. Dislocation can occur also without injury, what is [...]

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Podrzepkowa orteza kolana OKD-19

Lower limb brace OKD-19

UNIVERSAL JUMPER KNEE STRAP Stressed patellar tendon Some sports requires a lot of jumping (volleyball, basketball, long jump). That’s why, patellar tendon injury is called Jumper’s Knee. This is tendonitis, meaning inflammation of a patellar tendon. The patients suffer from pain in the front area of the knee. The pain increases and worsens during jumping [...]

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Orteza stawu kolanowego OKD-18

Lower limb brace OKD-18

UNIVERSAL KNEE BRACE WITH ROM ADJUSTMENT Product description OKD-18 knee brace is universal side and one size product from 4classic group. The brace is made of UniPren. UniPren is universal 3-layered fabric made of external elastic polyamide self-gripping layer and internal neoprene foam with elastic jersey. Our fabric is soft and elastic and not knitted, [...]

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Orteza stawu kolanowego OKD-16

Lower limb brace OKD-16

UNIVERSAL KNEE BRACE WITH ORTHOPEDIC STAYS Product description OKD-16 knee brace is universal side and one size product from 4classic group. The brace is made of UniPren. UniPren is universal 3-layered fabric made of external elastic polyamide self-gripping layer and internal neoprene foam with elastic jersey. Our fabric is soft and elastic and not knitted, [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej AM-SB/1R

Hip brace AM-SB/1R

HIP BRACE FOR CHILDREN Perthes disease It’s also known as Legg-Calve-Perthes disease and it’s a part of avascular necrosis. Typically occurs in children who are between 3 and 14 years old and it’s more common in boys than in girls. The necrosis involves usually only one side. The main reason of the disease is the [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej OKD-13

Lower limb brace OKD-13

LEG WRAP POSITIONING AID Product description A disabled person who moves by the means of a wheelchair, is often associated with the person suffering from paraparesis/paraplegia – both of the lower limbs disability. Paraplegia appears after transverse damage to spinal cord or brain damage. The diasbled person’s ability to functional movements depends on the cause [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej OKD-15

Knee support OKD-15

SPORT KNEE BRACE WITH SILICONE PATELLA INSERT AND ACL SUPPORT ACL injury Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) damage is the most common knee injury in the athletes. Usually, it’s connected with the athletes, who train a lot of pivoting motions (soccer, basketball, American football) and skiers. Undesirable but common injury position is called ‘no return’, which [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej OKD-14

Lower limb brace OKD-14

KNEE AND HIP ORTHOSIS WITH ROM ADJUSTMENT Flaccid paralysis and paresis Peripheral nervous system injury may result in flaccid paralysis and deep sensibility disorders. The reason can be infantile paralysis (poliomyelitis), injuries (spine crash or fracture), toxins (alcohol, diabetes) and degeneration conditions. Poor myotonus (muscle weakness) is typical symptom of peripheral paresis. Disease of peripheral [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej AM-KDX-03

Lower limb support AM-KDX-03

HINGED KNEE BRACE Torn meniscus Meniscuses play a key role in joint shock absorbing, but their poor blood circulation causes weak healing opportunities. The injures are divided into elongated, radial and compound. Torn medial meniscus is the most common injury. Patomechanism is based on sudden extend of bended and rotated knee or on hyperextension. Twisting [...]

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Orteza kończyny dolnej OKD-12

Knee brace OKD-12

PATELLAR TRACKING BRACE AGAINST THE DISLOCATION AND SUBLUXATION Patella dislocation / subluxation Patellar dislocation is very common injury in sport, especially in women, and it’s typically caused by a direct blow or a sudden twist of the leg. There is two types of dislocation:  Traumatic – connected with pain, haematoma and limited motion of the [...]

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