Free Motion Joint
The free motion joint is positioned on the opposite side of the corrective joint and provides the desired tortional stiffness to the orthosis.Free motion (+135° to -135°)
Neurological Indications: Apoplexia (CVA), Cerebral Paresis, Multiple Sclerosis, Skull and Brain Trauma, Spastic Paralysis (Hereditary), Spina Bifida, Spinal Paralysis (Spastic), Tetraparesis (Spastic). Orthopedic Indications: Ligament Rupture, Burns, Endoprosthesis Implant, Fracture, Lower Leg Amputation.
Ankylosis, Deformation of Muscles and Bones, Fibrosis, Ossification