Stabilize (immobilize) joints in a desired position to rest joints, tendons, ligaments and muscles or maintain a certain bone alignment
Prevent contracture or deformity
Prevent unwanted motion
Gradually stretch contracture to increase range of joint motion
Substitute lost muscle function
Maintain gains achieved by manipulation, corrective surgery or reconstructive procedures
Static/ProgressiveUntitled documentOur static and progressive splints do not have moving parts, and provide secure splinting to the desired areas. These splints are often used to rest tissues or joints, provide external support, and gain or maintain strength and functionality.
DynamicUntitled documentOur dynamic splints provide a constant, gentle force towards flexion or extension as needed to the desired joints with the use of a goniometer or spring loaded goniometer.