NEW HOPE FOR MILLIONS OF AMERICANS AFFECTED BY NEURO-MUSCULAR DISEASES
Until recently, the only options for patients with
physical disabilities were conventional bracing systems and
wheelchairs, unable to solve the individuals' true mechanical needs.
Now, a new treatment option, called DynamicBracingSolutions™, can improve balance, security and efficiency to
improve mobility. Most importantly, DBS helps prevent further damage to other parts of
their body by limiting or eliminating over compensation and can aid in
correcting some deformities. Most patients also report the reduction of
pain, giving them the ability to improve their daily routines.
The new orthotic support system offers dynamic balance by supporting skeletal segments in all three dimensions. The system restores dynamic functions to improve the patient's ability to walk more efficiently.
The data collected over the past ten years has shown that improvement in walking can be achieved through the use of this technology, by accommodating patients' individual needs. Once DBS's dynamic and functional solutions are applied, in time they have the potential to function at a higher level with less dependence on caregivers. These patients can now resume many of their daily activities.
DynamicBracingSolutions™ exceed all standard types of orthoses in terms of measurable results. DBS differs from conventional orthoses by applying all of the necessary corrective forces with innovative designs using advanced materials that allow for static balance and dynamic response. To optimize balance and efficiency, all of the corrective forces are required, not just a few.
Common Benefits of DBS include:
More Natural Gait Pattern
Improvement in Mobility and Quality of Life
Better Efficiency, Less Energy
Dynamic Response Energy Return Designs
Less Arm Involvement
DBS offers structural alignment improvement, which is the basis for better balance, security, mobility, and decreases the progression of future deformities. It has been proven to decrease the incidence of falls. With better structural alignment, joint surfaces and ligaments benefit from reduced stresses.