Products and Services

Products & Services

Prosthetics

Lower Limb Prosthetics

Upper Limb Prosthetics

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Orthotics

lower limb orthotics

Upper Limb orthotics

Spinal Orthotics

Mobility aids

Custom made (manufactured)

Upper Limb orthotics

Spinal Orthotics

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Treatment modality: Foot Orthoses

Foot orthoses Indication: 1. Foot Pain

Plantar Fasciitis

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Foot Insole

Metatarsalgia

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Foot Insole

Bunion

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Diabetic Foot Ulcer

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Foot ulcer shoe

Foot orthoses Indication: 2. Foot deformity

Flat foot (Pes Planus)

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Insole

Club foot

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Dennis brown Splints

Leglength discrepancy

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Shoe raise

Diabetes

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Diabetic Insole

Our Services

  • Participates as full or equal member of the clinic team; takes actively part in the examination and prescription; and designs the prosthetic/orthotic device, including the socket or body/ device interface, suspension and selection of proper components.
  • Assists and advises on relevant aspects of pre-surgical, post-surgical, medical and therapeutic management of individuals requiring prosthetic/orthotic devices.
  • Records and reports any pertinent information regarding patients and patients’ families, including a determination of expectations and needs.
  • Communicates appropriate information to the patients and their families.
  • Guarantees the full inclusion of the patient or customer in the treatment planning and decision making.
  • Identifies physical and other relevant characteristics that may affect the treatment of the patient.
  • Formulates prosthetic or orthotic designs, including selection of materials, components and assistive mobility devices as well as seating and advising on the provision of wheelchairs.
  • Takes all casts and measurements that are necessary for proper fabrication and fitting.
  • Modifies positive and/or negative models and/or layout of design and/or digital images to obtain optimal fit and alignment.
  • Carries out fitting, static and dynamic alignment and, where appropriate, preliminary training and initial check-out.
  • Advises the team and participates directly in final check-out and evaluation of fit, function and cosmesis.
  • Instructs the patient or family in the use and care of the devices.
  • Takes part in follow-up procedures as well as maintenance, repairs and replacement of the appliance.
  • Recognises the need to repeat any of the identified steps in order to optimise fit and function.
  • Collaborates and consults with others engaged in the management of the patient.
  • Conduct education and training, and supervision of students within our establishment for their Experiential Learning.
  • Lecture and demonstrates to colleagues in the profession and other professionals concerned with prosthetics/orthotics and also to other interested group.
  • Take part in and contribute to the process of continuing professional development.
  • Critically evaluates new developments in prosthetics/orthotics for inclusion in a teaching syllabus.
  • Keeps up to date with new teaching techniques.
  • Makes a professional contribution to and takes part in community rehabilitation programmes related to prosthetics/orthotics.
  • Conducts continuing evaluation of our activities.
  • Develops and actively participates in formal evaluation and research programmes.
  • Participates in scientific/professional meetings and contributes papers to scientific/professional journals.
  • Use outcome measures to review treatment procedures to determine best practice.