hip dysplasia baby braces & abduction orthosis
Our bestseller SWASH Cerebral Palsy hip and legs brace - Malleable spring steel ”iliac roll” that rests over the pelvis and is secured in position by attaching to a small plastic reinforced abdominal pad.
1 225,00 EUR
Our bestseller Walking & Sitting Hip Orthosis S.W.A.S.H.® The hips are flexed to assume the sitting position, it automatically further abducts the hips to create a tripod base for enhanced sitting stability and more upright posture.
1 225,00 EUR
The functional orthosis also promotes a physiological gait pattern thanks to the improved pelvic symmetry and increased freedom of movement for the knees.
Our bestseller For conditions that cause malfunction in the alignment of the lower limbs as a consequence of neurological disorders.
Our bestseller Coxaflex® Hip abduction orthosis ~ hip dysplasia brace for babies, help to treatment and prevent of congenital hip dysplasia.
Our bestseller Made in Germany.The Pavlik harness is successful in approximately 90-95% of infants with hip dysplasia.
Our bestseller This tibiofemoral derotation orthosis consists of a belt and two unidirectional elastic straps that feature silicone pimples on the inside for greater anatomical adhesion.
Our bestseller The Tübinger hip abduction brace - orthosis bends the hip joint by over 90 degrees with a controlled moderate abduction in order to treat hip dysplasia in infants.
Maintains centered femoral head within the acetabulum, in 60 ° of abduction and 90 ° of flexion, thus promoting normal bone development.
Our bestseller Hip dysplasia. Dysplastic, dislocatable or unstable hips in the first months of life. Subluxations. As a complement to other orthopaedic or surgical treatments.
Our bestseller The strap applies spiral traction from the medial side of the foot to the waist, rotating the tibia, femur and hip in the desired corrective direction with the aim of providing greater joint stability.
Tubular soft cotton fabric protectors for placing over the elastic straps.
For hip dysplasia, sub dislocations, dislocable or unstable hips during the first months of baby's life.