Spinal and Orthopedic Equipment & Devices

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The Defender is specifically designed to endure the physical demands of young amputees. Optimized carbon fiber lay-ups provide flexibility in a design that is robust and virtually maintenance-free so that users can feel confident over a range of high impact activities.
The ParaPod comes in a kit form that can be sized and assembled easily for significantly less than conventional HKAFO's. The kit provides an exoskeleton worn over clothing that consists of shoe clamps, aluminum uprights, foam knee blocks, upper back and chest supports.
Put a spring in their step, with the carbon fiber Flex-Foot specially designed for children. Ideal for youngsters Flex-Foot Junior provides that all important energy return. The Carbon-X® Active Heel stores energy and absorbs shock loads while the full-length toe lever contributes to stability and even stride length.
The Seattle Energy from Trulife has dynamic toe and cushioned heel response. It has full length, split composite keel for increased stability.
Vari-Flex XC Rotate – The next step, combining excellent smooth roll-over and dynamics with rotation and shock absorption to meet the daily demands of the moderate to high active user.
From extreme sports to light jogging, the Wave Sport has the performance active amputees desire. Utilizing an innovative wave-shaped spring between the pylon and keel provides shock absorption and stability to the Wave Sport.
LP Vari-Flex with EVO is designed for transtibial amputees with long residual limbs, where the clearance is not enough for Vari-Flex with EVOTM.
The Accolade TMZF Femoral Hip Stem is designed to achieve a balance of successful design and innovative technology. Stryker’s Accolade TMZF Femoral Component helps to merge clinically successful concepts with the highest standards of science and technology into a single system.
Today, hip replacements are helping to meet greater demands of younger, more active patients. To accomplish this and reduce potentially early failure, alternate bearing surfaces have been developed to help minimize the amount of wear and increase the material strength in total hip replacement bearings.
Corentec’s femoral component is a typical double-tapered, wedge stem, designed to suit the anatomical structure in the marrow cavity. The section is rectangular-shaped, which helps to ensure strong initial press-fit fixation in the femoral marrow cavity.
Iceross Stabilo Junior is especially designed for children. Providing great comfort and stability. Iceross Stabilo Junior provides stability and comfort for children engaging in high impact daily activities.
Amputees greatly value the versatility offered by the Runway adjustable heel height prosthetic foot. Its anatomical gliding ankle maintains appropriate foot alignment to provide knee stability and consistent performance at all heel heights.
The ATLAS acetabular cup is a cementless elastic acetabular cup. We have more than 20 years’ experience and more than 100,000 implants have been performed throughout the world, including in the USA.
Corentec’s femoral component is a typical double-tapered, wedge stem, designed to suit the anatomical structure in the marrow cavity. The section is rectangular-shaped, which helps to ensure strong initial press-fit fixation in the femoral marrow cavity.
Since 1999, orthopaedic surgeons have chosen Stryker’s Trident Acetabular System for its effectiveness and track record.
The Ibex is a leap forward in multi-axial foot design. The innovative micro-slices in the Ibex pylon and the split heel plate provide controlled inversion/eversion for uneven terrain.
The Aeris Solution exceeds expectations by offering the best combination of value and performance in a 100% carbon composite foot. The Aeris Performance adds Compliant Composite Technology (CCT) that is derived by using multiple springs to increase the range of flexibility.
Field days are no problem on this lightweight, extremely durable, aluminum knee. At 0.87lbs the Total Knee Junior has all the technology of the award-winning Total Knee at two thirds the size.
Stryker Exeter Hips - more than 400 of them - were first implanted in 1970 at the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Hospital in Exeter, England. Survivorship today is 91.5 percent through 30 years.
Offering great energy return and superb shock absorption for active people, the recent addition to Össur’s Flex-Foot line is a robust, high-performance foot that’s ideal for heavy-duty activities and high-impact sports.
The Accolade C Femoral Component integrates well-established, clinically successful design features with the advanced technology to help achieve a new benchmark for surgical efficiency and clinical performance.
The Pediatric model of the Seattle LightFoot has dynamic response keel and smooth rollover. It is appropriate for all lower limb pediatric amputees, including Symes.
Renegade is the only one line of shock devices in the world has patented Z-Shock Technology™. Thinking Z means exceptional vertical shock deflection and comfort. But Z innovation goes further.
The Energy “Scamp” system is a paediatric, electrically controlled prosthetic hand which is available in two sizes to accommodate young children between the ages of 6 months and 6 years old.
Introducing the world's first load-activated carbon fiber prosthetic foot designed to accommodate added weight when lifting or carrying heavy objects. THRIVE provides support for variable weight when it's needed - resulting in a dynamic foot that feels the same regardless of load.