Physical Rehabilitation

The Personal Fit

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.

Thermoplastic Products

ORFICAST
Orficast is a unique textile-like thermoformable taping material. It offers extreme comfort for your patients and is very easy to use. This knitted hybrid fabric is ideal for all applications of finger and/or thumb orthoses and supportive bandage wraps.
ORFICAST MORE
Orficast More is a unique textile-like thermoformable material. It offers extreme comfort for your patients and is very easy to use. This knitted hybrid fabric is ideal for all applications of finger and/or thumb orthoses and supportive bandage wraps.
ORFIT CLASSIC
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
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.
AQUAFIT NS
Aquafit NS has a smooth white surface and is an excellent choice for orthoses both large and small. When the coating is removed, all attachments can be adhered by using dry heat.
ORFILIGHT (NS)
Orfilight products are unique lightweight splinting materials with or without a non-stick (NS) coating. They are specifically designed to be lighter and more comfortable on your patient.

Accessories

Orfit Dry Heater
Portable heating device for the activation of thermoplastic orthotic fabrication materials. Voltage: 220-240V Dimensions: 455 mm L x 320 mm W…
Orthotic Design and Fabrication for the Upper Extremity: A Practical Guide
A Practical Guide by Orfit Product Specialist Debby Schwartz and Drs. Katherine Schofield covers foundational knowledge for the use of…
The Splinting Guide
Static hand splints and dynamic hand splints, compiled by Paul Van Lede OT, MS. You can download the Splinting…
Gingher Shears
Voted best scissors in the world by the majority of the therapists.
Orfitube kit
Contains: 10 tubes of 330 mm (13″) long. 3 different types of elastic thread with different degrees of elastic strength (on…
Thermoplastic / Soft Velvet Edging Strip
Art. no: 360201N.ST1 (Thermoplastic Edging Strip) Art. no: 35116 (Soft Velvet Edging Strip Black) Sizes : 1 mm x 20 mm…
Product Information & Education

Visit our Useful Information & Educate Yourself pages for instructional videos, upcoming splinting workshops, guides for the fabrication of static and dynamic splints and frequently asked questions.

Blog

Choosing the Perfect Material for your Orthosis

The most appropriate material for effective orthotic fabrication

Choosing an appropriate thermoplastic material is one of the most important aspects of orthotic fabrication. If you understand the properties and possibilities of each material, you will always be able to select the perfect material.
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10 Non-Orthotic Uses for Orficast

Different and inventive ways of using Orficast Thermoplastic on a Roll

You know that Orficast and Orficast More are great for making all types of orthoses for fingers, thumbs and hands. But did you know that you can also use Orficast for non-orthotic use in many creative ways? Here are just a few ideas to get you started.
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Tips for Wearing an Orthosis in the Summer

Keeping orthoses feeling fresh and comfortable

When we think about summer, we think about refreshing pool parties, exciting beach trips and long, warm evenings. These activities are all great fun but may bring some challenges to those who need to wear an orthosis. Now that summer is in full swing, we like to share our top tips for keeping your orthoses summer-proof.
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Calendar

Workshop

Orthotic Fabrication Workshop – Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn, Estonia
Conference

SSSH 2019

Tallinn, Estonia
Workshop

Orthoses for Immobilization & Mobilization

Miami, FL

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