Orthotic fabrication materials from Orfit offer the highest possible performance to both therapists and patients in physical rehabilitation.
Our wide product range consists of engineered thermoplastics that will help you solving your most challenging splinting requirements. Through workshops and inservices, our experts provide lots of tips and tricks to make your orthotic fabrications functional and successful.
All of our thermoplastic materials are developed and produced in-house to make sure that they are perfectly suited to their purpose and your needs.
Orfit Classic has excellent elastic and adhesive qualities. It is ideal for all orthosis types and has unlimited potential for fabrication of very large to very small orthoses. It is excellent as a base for different dynamic splint components.
Orfit NS has unlimited potential for fabrication of very small to very large orthoses. It is an excellent base for attachments. The non-stick coating eliminates accidental adhesions but allows for temporary bonding while the product is warm.
The Use of Orfit Coils and Wires in Orthotic Fabrication
With video tutorial
This assortment allows therapists a choice for selection of the appropriate coil for each specific joint and pathology. Those coils have been designed for specific joints each, which means that they are calibrated to not exceed the maximum force on the joints.
Unique Orthoses for the Proximal Inter-phalangeal (PIP) Joint
A video tutorial
The Proximal Inter-phalangeal or PIP joint is a hinge joint that is normally kept in alignment by a soft-tissue envelope consisting of the joint capsule, the volar plate, the collateral ligaments, and the central slip. These soft tissue structures form a tight-fitting “box” within a very small…
The radial nerve is the terminal continuation of the posterior cord of the brachial plexus. It contains fibers from nerve roots C5 – T1. From the axilla region, the radial nerve travels down the arm and innervates the triceps muscle. The radial nerve then descends down the arm,…