Description

An innovative control knob and adjustable hinge, provides exceptional stability and comfort while allowing for immobilization, static stretch or free motion option of the elbow. The sturdy metal uprights provide stability, while the straps with aircells securely hold the brace in position, ensure patient comfort and avoid pressure points.
The brace is used immediately after surgery to protect and immobilize the elbow joint. In the immediate post injury or post surgical period, the brace may be used to comfortably immobilize the elbow due to the effectiveness of the aircell strapping systems.
For static stretch, the control knob is set to the desired degree of flexion/extension. 

Product Features and Benefits


  • Lock/unlock mechanism enables a rapid switch between immobilization, static stretch, and free ROM

  • Calibrated control knob is easy to read and assists in monitoring therapy progress

  • Repositionable hinge stops control ROM

  • Universal design can be applied to right or left arm

  • Size adjustment feature accommodates varying humeral/radial circumferences

  • Optional ARC Forearm Rotational Brace controls pronation/supination

Education

Objective
•Used immediately after surgery to protect and immobilize the elbow joint.

How Does it Achieve Objective
•Medial and lateral support stays give strength and protection
•Immobilizing the elbow with a locked ROM hinge and the effectiveness of the aircell strapping systems.
•Adjustable ROM hinge - This unique feature enables the patient to have the benefits of stability and protection while promoting elbow movement to prevent or treat contractures.

Suggested Product Features
•Lock/unlock mechanism enables a rapid switch between immobilization, static stretch, and free ROM
* Calibrated control knob is easy to read and assists in monitoring therapy progress
* Repositionable hinge stops control ROM
* Universal design can be applied to right or left arm
* Size adjustment feature accommodates varying humeral/radial circumferences
* Optional ARC (TM) Forearm Rotational Brace controls pronation/supination

  • 354.2 LESION OF ULNAR NERVE

    Cubital Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)
  • 715.12 OSTEOARTHROSIS LOCALIZED PRIMARY INVOLVING UPPER ARM

    Elbow DJD/ Osteoarthritis
  • 726.32 LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS ELBOW REGION

    Tennis elbow is a degenerative condition of the tendon fibers that attach on the bony prominence (epicondyle) on the outside (lateral side) of the elbow. It's caused by overuse and degeneration of the tendon which can be painful. Tennis elbow can affect as many as half of athletes in racquet sports, but any type of overuse can trigger tennis elbow. Many individuals with tennis elbow are involved in work or recreational activities that require repetitive and vigorous use of the forearm muscles.
  • 727.62 NONTRAUMATIC RUPTURE OF TENDONS OF BICEPS (LONG HEAD)

    Bicep Tear
  • 813.01 FRACTURE OF OLECRANON PROCESS OF ULNA CLOSED

    Elbow Fracture
  • 832.00 CLOSED DISLOCATION OF ELBOW UNSPECIFIED SITE

    Elbow Dislocation-Subluxation
  • 841.1 ULNAR COLLATERAL LIGAMENT SPRAIN

    Sprain UCL (Ulnar Collateral Ligament)
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