Pediatric Orthotic Aids

Pediatric orthoses are specially made splints which are being used to align abnormal joints or muscles. These are never bought from ready made shops. Each and every pediatric orthoses should be made by qualified orthoticians. If possible most of the orthoses should be made after taking a POP cast. In a developing child the orthoses should be changed after every six months and time to time the orthoses may require modifications. A faulty orthoses always harm the child rather benefits. A few of the orthoses are:

  • Ankle foot orthoses ( AFO)
  • Gaiters ( 3 points / Corset)
  • Arm bands
  • Hip abductors
  • Hand splints (For more information, e-mail us)