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Orthomedics offers wide range of Orthotic products whether ready or custom made for pediatrics & adults. In addition to the locally manufactured products, we provide also wide range of imported products manufactured by our partners in USA & Europe. Moreover, we provide craniofacial, upper & lower limbs prostheses for both cosmetic & functional purposes whose maintenance are performed in our premises.

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Wide range of ready made orthotic products available in different sizes & colors that satisfy the needs of our pediatric, adult & diabetic customers in addition to products directed for healthy lifestyle


Wide range of custom made orthotic products used in different orthopaedics cases like Scoliosis, knee hyperextension, knee osteoarthritis & knee ligaments instability


For craniofacial, lower & upper limbs, Satisfies cosmetic & functional needs


Static & dynamic foot examinations to restore the body alignment that prevents against many orthopedics complications & protect the diabetic patients from foot ulcers

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A device that is applied externally to a part of the body. The word is derived from ortho, meaning straight. Orthosis are sometimes called orthotics.

An artificial replacement for any or all parts of the lower or upper extremities, it is a device that is designed to replace, as much as possible, the function or appearance of a missing limb or body part.

Wide range of ready made orthotic products available in different sizes & colors that satisfy the needs of our pediatric, adult & diabetic customers in addition to products directed for healthy lifestyle

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Because muscles generate small electrical signals when they contract, electrodes

placed on the surface of the skin can measure muscle movements.

such as a trans humeral, or above-elbow, prosthesis, each joint might need to be controlled by the same switch or muscle.

There are Four Main Types of Artificial Limbs. These include the transtibial, trans femoral, trans radial, and trans humeral prostheses. The type of prosthesis depends on what part of the limb is missing. A trans radial prosthesis is an artificial limb that replaces an arm missing below the elbow

Typically, a prosthetic arm or leg is made from a strong and durable but lightweight material such as carbon fiber, covered with foam padding (for comfort) or flesh-colored plastic. The weight of prosthetic limbs is a very important factor

  • Longer walking distances.
  • Full range of joint movement.
  • Better sitting comfort.
  • No skin problems.
  • Stable and safer standing and sitting.
  • A sense of the artificial limb belonging to the body.
  • Easy and quick attachment and removal.

In a first prosthetic fitting you are encouraged to sit with your leg on and get used to the feeling and weight. A prosthetic is often fitted many weeks after an initial amputation and although 6 weeks (at least) doesn’t feel like a long time, your body gets very used to the lack of weight/foot on the end of your leg.

A patient with an above knee amputation should never sleep with a pillow under their limb. This may cause a hip flexion contracture and they will not be able to completely straighten their hip

you have lost both legs or have limited function in one or both legs, you might need to drive your car with special hand controls. … It is possible for a bilateral lower limb amputee to drive without modifications (hand controls), with the right prosthetic technology and setup

A knee joint can be powered in which electric power can assist the prosthetic knee during movement.

Knee allows the knee to lock (while an individual stands) but also unlock as soon as the individual shifts his weight in order to walk.

a prosthetic arm can be controlled through a cable attached with a strap or harness to the opposite, healthy shoulder. The working shoulder is then moved in certain ways to control the prosthetic device — similar to how you might use a hand lever on your bike to control the brakes.

Several factors will affect the lifetime of a prosthesis, such as changes in the patient’s weight, a change in the patient’s needs, and wear and tear on the device. In general, a prosthetic device can last months or years

To clean your prosthetic liners (sleeves), turn the liner inside out so the gel is facing you. Wipe down the gel side of the liner with mild soapy water, and let air dry. It is important to keep your liners clean to keep your skin healthy.

The type of material your orthosis is made of will determine how to clean it. If your orthosis contains a lot of Velcro material, you will most likely be advised to use mild soapy water on a sponge, wipe it down and let it air dry. Do not submerge Velcro underwater. If your orthosis is made of a plastic material, you will most likely be able to use mild soapy water on a sponge to wipe it down, rinse it, and let it air dry. Your Orthotist will give you instructions on how to maintain your orthosis.

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