Dorso Osteo Care spinal orthosis
Help for osteoporosis
Activation of the musculature
Good treatment options for osteoporosis (bone degeneration) are available in the meantime. Even at an early stage, promoting muscle activity is helpful in order to delay the rapid progress of the disease. The Dorso Osteo Care spinal orthosis was developed specifically for this purpose.
The mode of operation is simple: The orthosis helps you straighten your upper body, thereby strengthening your musculature, increasing bone regeneration and improving your posture.
The Dorso Osteo Care is easy to put on and made of a soft, comfortable and breathable material.
Adjustable elastic straps
The elastic, individually adjustable straps make the orthosis easy to put on and take off, similar to a backpack.
The extremely lightweight design of the orthosis makes it very slim and inconspicuous under clothing.
The breathable, soft and washable textiles offer outstanding wearer comfort.
Adaptable aluminium splints
The splints are individually adaptable by the orthopaedic technician. This guarantees that the orthosis fits well.
Benefits at a glance
Active every day
Your doctor will develop a therapy plan for you which specifies the period of use for the orthosis. Helping you become more mobile and active with the orthosis in everyday life is the objective. You can walk and stand more safely again, reducing the risk of falling and fractures.
Discreet under clothing
The Dorso Osteo Care consists of a padded back plate, an abdominal support and a special belt system. This is an especially lightweight orthosis which can be worn discreetly, even under light clothing.
Easy to use
All textiles are breathable, pleasantly soft, skin-friendly and washable. The Dorso Osteo Care is easy to put on according to the backpack principle. Naturally, your orthopaedic technician will show you how to use the orthosis properly.
- Osteoporosis of the thoracic and/or lumbar spine
- Osteoporosis fractures of the thoracic and/or lumbar spine
- Osteochondrosis of the thoracic and/or lumbar spine
- Kyphosis (without fused vertebrae)
- Scheuermann's disease
- Degenerative changes of the lower thoracic spine and/or lumbar spine