The Formfit® Ankle provides stability and protection for the ankle – whether used prophylactically, for chronic instability or following an injury. The low profile design fits easily into shoes and the quick lace up feature makes is easy to don and doff. Breathable material ensures it can be comfortably worn all day.Product description
The Formfit Knee Sleeve has 3-D molding technology that effectively controls bunching and irritation in the popliteal region for exceptional comfort. The unique design enhances fit. The Formfit Knee Support has the same design as the Formfit Sleeve along with a soft, cushioned Lycra liner which offers a breathable contact area for comfortable, extensive use. It also features a sewn-in buttress.
Designed for use in the treatment of plantar wounds, this shoe can be an excellent alternative to post-op style shoes with static pads (wool, felt, foam, etc.). It accommodates the ambulatory and compliant patient for short-term treatment (1 to 4 months).
The Form Fit Back Support with Air provides compression and support for those suffering from lower back pain. The integrated pneumatic system is intuitive and conveniently located so that adjustments can be made as the demands on the body change throughout the day. The double wrap design improves compression, while the durable finger loops make applying the brace easy.
Miami J Collars. Immobilizes stable cervical spine injuries. A polyethylene shell provides rigid support with a comfortable foam lining. Breathable chin and occipital pads allow air circulation and keep skin dry. Latex free.
Foot-up is a lightweight ankle-foot orthosis that offers support for drop foot or similar complaints. This revolutionary orthosis provides visible improvement in gait by supporting the foot the moment it is raised.
Unloader One® is designed to relieve osteoarthritis knee pain and wearing it may help improve mobility. It features Össur's patented 3-point Leverage System, which combines a single hinge with dual Dynamic Force System™ straps to generate unloading of the affected knee joint.