Our three elbow orthoses each provide a comfortable and effective, low profile, design that enables a simple fast fit. Your choice includes the: 1250 EMO™ (Elbow Management Orthosis), the 1300 QUAD™ and the 1350 E-ROM™ Orthoses.
Our new elbow orthoses are the first in our line of upper extremity medical devices. Our elbow orthoses are designed by experienced clinicians, and these simple, fast-fit designs and low profile have made our elbow series the professionals’ preferred orthoses. They are competitively priced and easily accepted by patients.
Simplifying the fitting process is important for the clinician and increases comfort for the patient whilst still providing the necessary control and stability to manage various upper extremity and specific elbow etiologies. Let us help you decide which successful single dorsal upright design will benefit your patient the most.
The 1250 EMO™
The Elbow Management Orthosis (EMO™) has a low profile design that enables a simple, fast fit. The new wrap-around closure and single dorsal upright eliminates medial upright impingement against the body or epicondylar region. Infinite static progressive ROM positioning from 0º to 110º provides flexibility and comfort.
Designed for musculoskeletal/elbow joint injury immobilization or used for positional purposes to offset or improve elbow joint ROM due to muscle tightness.
The 1350 E-ROM™ Orthosis
The ROM Joint System (E-ROM™) has a low profile design that enables a simple fast fit. The new wrap-around closure and single dorsal upright eliminate medial upright impingement.
Infinite ROM positioning 0º to 110º provide flexibility and comfort. Designed for musculoskeletal injury immobilisation,
The 1300 QUAD™ Orthosis
The Ratchet and ROM Joint System (QUAD™) has a low profile design that enables a simple fast fit. The new wrap-around closure and single dorsal upright eliminate medial upright impingement. Medical professionals will appreciate decreased fitting times and infinite ROM positioning, from 0 degrees to 110 degrees. These elbow orthoses offer three functional variations and address numerous patient needs.