T-Range is the 1-axial telescopic elbow brace with hand grip and ergonomic range of motion adjustment. The length adjustment is possible by using maintenance-free device called press-slide.
Our brace was created to treat and control the elbow range of motion, caused by fractures, dislocations or strains.
The brace is made of elastic plastic caps that shape according to the forearm and arm anatomy. The hand grip is covered by special friendly foam. Soft sleeves, under the caps, are easy to attach. Thanks of universal length of sleeves, you can fit them to every patients.
T-Range elbow brace is equipped with straps with karabiner what allows patient to put the brace on very easy. In addition, the length of strap is possible to adjust what allows to fit the brace precisely.
Also, the hand grip allows to protect the forearm against the unrequired pronation and supination.
Our elbow brace is one of the most lightweight, telescopic and comfort elbow braces on the market.
Low weight, one circumference and excellent fitting – they’re only some assets of our elbow brace T-Range!
The brace is made of ACTIVE 3D™ and ActivSpace™.
Active3D™ is thermoformed fabric made of special foamed, cell-closed designed material. It reduces the pressure on the body or any abrasions made by orthopaedic stays and aluminum splints. It is fully waterproof fabric and does not absorb sweat. It’s easy to clean. Due to its features, the fabric is an excellent product for making medical orthopaedic braces and orthoses. ACTIVE 3D™ has various external self-gripping layers. Our material has special, thermoformed properties and may be shaped according to the functional goals of the final braces.
ActivSpace™ is a spacer, polyamide 3D lamination with high skin ventilation. It is very lightweight, consisted of 2 layers. Between them, we use polyamide braids with 4 mm width. ActivSpace™ is not elastic what improves stabilization. Inside the lamination, between 2 layers, the air flows freely, maintaining minimal water and moisture absorption. Waterproof material.
- fractures of distal humerus, elbow and proximal forearm bones
- po-op elbow support
- tendons and ligaments injuries or repairs
- chronic elbow injures
- collateral ligaments reconstruction
- elbow hyperextension
- biceps and triceps tendon repairs