Varied spine support for muscle activating, stabilization for lordotic and anti-lordotic. Providing active support, stabilizing orthosis for relief of the lumbar spine. Stabilizing orthosis spinal posture, pelvic, and sacroiliac joints. Indications include Lumbar syndrome, Mild to Moderate Degeneration, Post injections, SI syndrome, Post laminectomy, Spinal stenosis, Osteoarthritis, Disc prolapse, and moderate motion control of the lumbar region.
Other descriptions include functional orthosis for adjustable support of the lumbar spine up to the lower thoracic spine, multifunctional orthosis for stabilization of lumbar spine and lumbosacral joint, and multifunctional orthosis for keepingd the spine erect and unloading the thoracolumbar transition. Indications include Advanced Degeneration/muscular insufficiency of the spine, Spondylolysis, Spondylodesis, Fractures, Tumors, herniated disc, and Laminectomy.
At Olton Surgical we provide advanced braces for active support for muscular stabilization of the ankle. Indications include Mild to moderate ligament insufficiency, Acute injury of the lateral malleolar ligaments, Post-operative protection, Supination prophylaxis, Complex instability of the ligaments, Osteoarthritis/arthritis, Achilles tendinitis/post-operative, and Achilles tendinitis/ particularly during sporting activities.
At Olton Surgical we provide advanced braces to increase stabilization of the knee. For those in need of active support for pain relief, active support for treatment of complex knee pain, active support to improve patellar tracking, active support with stabilizing sidebars. Functional orthosis for stabilization of the knee (active and passive). Furthermore, we provide orthosis for relief of medial osteoarthritis. Indications range from patellar tendinitis, mild to severe OA, collateral ligament injuries, Meniscus injuries, Ruptured ACL/PCL, Complex instabilities, Limiting range of motion, and Edema.
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