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Orthoses, Lower Limb, Hip, Therapeutic, Developmental Dysplasia

Definition : Hip lower-limb orthoses designed for external modification of the structural and/or functional characteristics hip joint during therapeutic (e.g., static therapy) procedures to treat developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) in children. These orthoses may consist of a variety of devices, many of which keep the hip joints in the abducted position, and the degree of flexion and control of movement is different for each orthoses. Developmental dysplasia hip orthoses are intended for quasi-continuous use during several weeks by infants suffering the disease; the orthoses have been used also to treat hip dislocations in infants.

Entry Terms : "Developmental Dysplasia Hip Orthoses" , "Frejka Pillow Orthoses" , "Pavlik Harness Orthoses" , "Plastazote Abduction Orthoses" , "Van Rosen Orthoses"

UMDC code : 28804

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AliMed Inc

Company Type: Parent

AliMed is an American manufacturing company and supplier of high quality products — everything from pre-formed orthoses, alarms for fall management, cushions, diagnostic imaging and operating room accessories, orthopedic rehabilitation equipment, ergonomic workplace solutions and emergency preparedness.

Bolt Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Prosthetic Laboratories of Rochester

Company Type: Parent

The Silhouette Shoppe was founded in 1987 as a division of Prosthetic Laboratories of Rochester. We recognized the need for top quality mastectomy products delivered in a discreet and welcoming environment.

Restorative Care of America Inc (RCAI)

Company Type: Parent

Restorative Care of America, Incorporated is dedicated to the manufacture of superior quality orthopedic and rehabilitative orthoses used in the treatment of conditions associated with traumatic injuries, chronic disease, post surgical procedures, and immobility, such as joint contractures and pressure sores.

Wheaton Brace Co

Company Type: Parent

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