With over 600 types of upper and lower extremity orthoses currently available, our experienced practitioners can custom fit and fabricate a range of orthotic devices in materials such as metal, carbon graphite, and thermoformed plastic. Each orthosis may consist of a single unit or an entire system of components tailored to a specific condition in your knee, ankle, foot, hip, spine, or wrist. Varieties of knee-ankle-foot and ankle-foot orthoses both correct and protect joint and muscle impairments, while upper extremity devices focus on supporting your shoulders, elbows, and wrists.
Ranging from simple devices to complex orthoses which immobilize cervical spine.
- Neck support pillows
- Foam and plastic cervical collars
- Cervical halo devices
- S.O.M.I. (Sterno-Occipital-Mandibular-Immobilizer)
- Philadelphia collars
Prefabricated back braces for moderate back support as well as custom-made braces to restrict unwanted movement, decrease pain, and prevent deformities.
- CASH hyperextension braces
- Lumbosacral corsets
- Chairback braces
- Jewett hyperextension braces
- Knight-Taylor braces
- Sacroiliac supports
- Elastic rib belts
- Williams braces
- Thoracic-lumbar corsets
- Sacroiliac corsets
Custom-made pelvic girdles and body jackets for treatment of scoliosis and post-operative spinal fusion and function after the primary cast.
- One and two piece body jackets
- Boston Overlap braces
- Cervical thoracic orthoses (CTO)
- Thoracic lumbar sacral orthoses (TLSO)
- Cervical thoracic lumbar sacral orthoses (CTLSO)
Custom-made plastic and metal bracing systems to control undesirable or abnormal motion and permit more normal function.
- Metal short and long leg braces
- Plastic ankle/foot orthoses (AFO’s)
- Plastic knee/ankle/foot orthoses (KAFO’s)
- Oregon Orthotics Systems (KAFO’s, AFO’s)
- Elastic ankle supports
- Hip abduction splints
- Dynamic ankle flexion/extension
- Hip flexion-abduction stabilizers
A wide range of devices to provide protection and function.
- Elastic knee supports
- Neoprene knee supports
- Cartilage supports
- Hinged knee supports/braces
- Swedish knee cage
- Knee immobilizers
- Derotation knee braces (custom fit)
- Dynamic knee flexion/extension orthoses
- Osteoarthritis unloading braces
- ROM knee orthoses
- Lenox Hill, Don Joy, and Townsend knee orthoses
Brace systems which allow for function after primary cast.
A wide range of devices to provide support, immobilization or function to any part of the upper limb.
- Finger splints
- Shoulder immobilizers
- Wrist splints
- Clavicle splints
- Knuckle benders
- Hand splints
- Arm/shoulder abduction splints
- Elbow supports
Custom-made inserts and shoe devices to assure proper position and comfort.
- Plastic foot orthoses
- Orthopedic extra-depth shoes
- Shoe modifications
- Custom-made arch & metatarsal
- Cast boots/wooden shoes/post-op shoes
- Boot walkers
A prescription from your physician is required for any custom orthotic device or pre-fabricated orthosis.
Horton’s orthotists also regularly fit cervical orthoses specially designed for your neck. We are experienced in selecting and fabricating the most therapeutic body jacket or other type of spinal orthosis for your particular injury or disability.
Post-fracture bracing is another aspect of orthotic patient care. If you experience a bone fracture, our custom-made bracing systems allow you to transition that bone back into regular use after your primary cast is removed. We further specialize in pediatric orthotic care needs such as reciprocating gait orthoses, standing frames, parapodiums, custom wheelchair seating, hip abduction, and other kinds of orthotic splints.
Since Horton’s Orthotic & Prosthetic Lab was established in 1981, our primary mission has been to help our patients overcome the effects of disability and restore our patients to their highest level of independence and participation in society. We are committed to offering the most thorough and skilled rehabilitation services possible to patients of all ages who come to us for assistance, providing a lifetime of support.
Patient education is very important to us. After we provide you with your custom orthosis, we demonstrate how to use and care for your orthosis, and establish both an introductory and long-term schedule of wear as well as expectations for follow-up care. We also ease apprehension, offer encouragement, suggest support groups and other helpful resources, and involve your family in the overall recovery program.
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