Ankle & Foot

A solid understanding of anatomy is essential to effectively diagnose and treat patients with foot and ankle problems, since the foot and ankle form a complex system which consists of 28 bones, 33 joints, 112 ligaments, controlled by 13 extrinsic and 21 intrinsic muscles.

Under the Xtremity's roof we provide you a complete range of bespoke designed orthoses meeting your needs.

We thrive to maintain ourself with the most recent technological advancement, thus you can avail either the latest additive manufacturing technology developed orthoses or CAD assisted technology as well.

Our experienced clinicians will guide you to choose from the most effective orthoses, best suited, tailored to your needs.

We also offer a complete range of functional foot and ankle braces which helps you recover from a wide variety of injuries and ailments.

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Over the last decade there have been many improvements in custom knee braces. Braces used to be bulky, ineffective, and ugly contraptions that would continuously slide down and they came used to come in only one colour. Thankfully that is no longer the case.

While braces may not win fashion forward awards for design they have improved in many ways. Lighter materials, stronger and more durable, more effective in offloading and protecting your knee. They are significantly slimmer and may be worn under trousers and come in a variety of colours.

Our team of Certified Orthotists are highly skilled and trained in dispensing custom/off the shelve braces. They are well versed in handling the injury and recovery process and sorting through the many varieties of custom knee brace options.

Xtremity provides knee braces for postoperative recovery, ligament strains or ruptures, knee instability and osteoarthritis. You can also find especially designed ACL/PCL knee braces.

Our custom measurements ensure a perfect fit, however, in case of any issues and questions regarding how and when to use the knee braces, we gladly respond to your questions.

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When you've had hip or pelvic surgery or an injury, you may need to wear a hip brace during recovery. There are hip stabilizers and hip braces. These are both types of hip orthotics.

Hip disorders affect the hip joint, impacting thigh movement and your ability to support the weight of your body. In many instances, these disorders can cause pain and discomfort.

Common conditions that require wearing a hip brace:

- Hip fracture
- Hip dysplasia
- Osteoarthritis
- Hip dislocation
- Femoral head resection
- Hip replacement recovery
- Post-operative hip revision

In addition to stabilization, hip braces provide compression to your body. Compression helps increase blood flow and reduces swelling. This keeps the joints warm, flexible and safe.

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Spinal bracing today still consists of more or less symmetric braces compressing the rib - and lumbar humps (i.e., Boston derivates, Stagnara brace and actual derivates) or asymmetric braces pressing the rib - and lumbar humps with voids opposite to the pressure areas.

We at Xtremity strive to provide our customer with unique "Modified Cheneau" design and is made on the basis of computer aided design / computer aided manufacturing (CAD / CAM) and is constantly developed further for better comfort.

In order to improve comfort and correction we are aiming to implement a pattern specific curve, ALS Classification.

We utilize contactless method of capturing digital scan by Hand Held scanner to acquire 3D scanning of Torso, which captures precisely the anthropometric measurements, which further is processed on CAD CAM to design the final shape of Brace, correcting the specific curve.

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Upper Limb

Upper limb orthotics are external devices that are specifically designed to improve the function and structure of various areas in the upper limb. These can include braces, slings and splints and are often made from thermoplastics, casting and metal.

Our experienced orthotist at Xtremity will provide you with a comprehensive assessment which will help to decide the best Upper limb orthotic to suit your needs.

There are two main types of Upper limb orthotics and the choice of these will depend upon the requirement and prescription criteria:

Static Hand Orthoses

Mostly, wrist hand Orthosis or (Cock up splint) is used in case of Carpal Tunnel syndrome. Our clinician will guide you whether to go with custom hand splint or off the shelves.

Dynamic Hand Orthoses

These types of splints are used in case of spasticity and management of contractures.

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At Xtremity, we offer you a personalised Pectus carinatum clinic, where post assessment, 3D scanning is acquired with the help of highly precise scanner.

It's really important that the deformity must be flexible, for ideal bracing protocol, thus the outcome of bracing is very much dependent upon the selection of patients.

Our experts are trained to carry out the physical assessment and decide, whether or not one is the right candidate for Bracing.

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Deformational head shapes like plagiocephaly, brachycephaly and others need orthotic intervention at the time (when repositioning is non-responsive). An orthotist who holds certification and Training in cranial remoulding orthosis, are the one who can effectively handle the thorough evaluation It's equally important that post 3D scanning, your orthotist will configure which type of design is most favourable in individual.

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