It refers to the general term of external instruments assembled in limbs, trunk and other parts of the human body. Its purpose is to prevent or correct deformities of limbs and trunk or to treat bone, joint and neuromuscular diseases and compensate for their functions.
  • Trunk Orthosis
    A device that acts on the trunk and prevents and corrects deformities by force, treats bones, joints and neuromuscular diseases and compensates for their functions.
  • Upper Limb Orthosis
    Mainly used to compensate for lost muscle strength, support paralyzed limbs, maintain or fix limbs and functional positions, provide traction to prevent contracture, prevent or correct deformities.
  • Lower Limb Orthosis
    Its main function is to support body weight, assist or replace limb function, limit unnecessary activities of lower limb joints, maintain stability of lower limbs, improve posture of standing and walking, and prevent and correct deformities.
  • Foot Orthosis
    Its function is to improve the stress state or load-free of foot when patients stand and walk, eliminate pain, prevent deformity, correct functional deformity of foot, and provide support for permanent deformity patients to achieve balance.
  • RGO Paraplegia Orthosis
    Also known as rocker reciprocating walking orthosis. The lower limbs of orthosis are driven by active trunk and pelvis extension movement to achieve active forward walking, which can realize functional walking for paraplegic patients.
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