Kids / Paediatric Bracing

Paediatric Short Arm Fracture Brace

Examples of Use:

  • Undisplaced distal radius fractures
  • Undisplaced distal ulna fractures
  • Buckle fractures of the radius and ulna
  • Ligament injuries

Advantages:

  • Lightweight
  • Waterproof
  • Adjustable and Re-mouldable
  • Option of locking mechanism

Paediatric CAM Walker / Moon Boot

Examples of Use:

  • Ankle Sprains
  • Undisplaced foot and ankle fractures
  • Undisplaced base of 5th metatarsal fracture
  • Distal fibula fractues

Advantages:

  • Immobilises the foot and ankle
  • Decreased cost
  • Can be used from 2 years old

Plagiocephaly Helmet

Examples of Use:

  • Plagiocephaly
  • Brachycephaly
  • Baby Flat Head

Advantages:

  • Allows a space for the baby's head to round out as the head grows
  • Decreased time spent lying on flat area
  • Able to removed for washing
  • Adjustable as the baby grows

Pectus Brace

Examples of Use:

  • Pectus Carinatum

Advantages:

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Paediatric Range of Motion (ROM) Knee Brace

Examples of Use:

  • Acute knee injuries
  • Ligament injuries
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Tibial plateau fractures
  • Post surgery

Advantages:

  • Range of Motion control allows adjustments in flexion and extension depending on the individual’s requirements
  • Moulded to fit the individual’s knee
  • Increased comfort and support

Paediatric Ligament Knee Brace

Examples of Use:

  • Moderate to severe ligament injuries
  • Rotary and combined instabilities
  • Long term, high end support

Advantages:

  • Lightweight
  • High level of support
  • Suitable for everyday and sporting activities

Pavlik Harness

Examples of Use:

  • Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH)

Advantages:

  • Soft design increases comfort
  • Can be used from birth