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Ortheses are externally applied medical aids which stabilize, relieve, immobilize, guide and correct the limbs or the trunk.

Prostheses are medical aids which replace in part or completely, a missing or damaged body part, organ or organ part.

Orthosis can:

  • Promote healing by relieving a body part
  • Provide relief by chronic disease or incurable damage
  • Replace in part failed functions or prevent deformities

Prostheses can:

  • Replace missing body parts such as limbs, ears or noses
  • Restore visual appearance
  • Create a functional balance
  • Contribute to independent living
Three-Point Corset

Spinal and cranial orthoses

Orthoses for the pelvis, trunk, head or uvula.

Abdominal orthosis

Abdominal orthoses

Orthoses, which enclose the abdomen in whole or in part.

Handwrist orthosis

Upper limb orthoses

Orthoses for finger, hand, elbow, arm, shoulder

Ankle-Foot Orthosis

Lower limb orthoses

Orthoses for the foot, ankle, knee leg, hip or thigh.

Hand prostheses

Upper limb prostheses

Interchangeable parts , which can be combined with other, individually made parts to fit different prostheses for the upper limbs.

Shock Absorbers for Lower-Leg Prostheses

Lower limb prostheses

Interchangeable parts which can be combined with other, custom-made parts to fit different prostheses for the lower limbs.

Ear Protheses

Prostheses, other than for limbs

Prostheses to replace parts of the body such as hair, breasts, teeth or eyes, but not the limbs.