Orthotics are medical aids that are used to stabilise, relief, immobilise, guide or correct limbs or the trunk. They protect and support the musculoskeletal system. They are more stable than bandages and in some cases have built-in mechanisms, for example for joint guidance. They are therefore able to carry out protective, guiding and in some cases supporting functions in joint traction.
Orthotics can assist with a wide range of conditions. They are generally prescribed by doctors and selected in conjunction with the orthopaedic technician. They can be used for immobilisation to assist healing if temporary immobilisation is required. In other forms, orthotics can stabilise joints or guide them in physiologically correct movements.
This can also be useful for the training of affected muscle groups and therefore for strengthening them. For chronic and irreparable damage, orthotics can provide relief and support people's mobility. They can maintain functions and prevent or reduce pain. In their corrective role, they counteract deformities, malpositioning and load stress and can therefore prevent physiological malformations.
Whether it be for immobilisation, mobilisation, correction, stabilisation or relief: Sporlastic orthotics impress with excellent wearing comfort, super handling and an appealing design.
Knee orthosis for dynamic relief and stabilization of the medial or lateral compartment. The correction pressure can be easily adjusted to individual requirements by means of a rotary knob. Large correction pads allow a comfortable and pleasant power transmission to the leg.learn more
Shoulder joint brace for immobilisation. Special closure technology allows single-handed putting-on and taking-off. Optimised fit thanks to anatomically shaped arm support. For bilateral use, customisable.learn more
Lumbar spine orthosis for stabilisation with proprioception pad. A QR code directly on the product provides access to therapeutic exercises and important patient information.learn more