Compression Orthoses are noninvasive devices intended b promote physical stability and postural control in children with impaired motor function as well as promote body awareness in children with impaired sensory function
The devices achieve thee intended use through exerting pressure designed to provide and enhance deep pressure sensory input around and toward the midtine of the patient's body
This mode of action is understood to improve dynamic stability and postural activation
The Orthosis is designed to assist primary sensory deficit and improve gait. It provides full body stability and sensory input when combined with the Upper Body Orthosis. It is intended for patients with the following diagnosis.Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, and various neurological disorders characterized by hypotonia. hypertoniaatef weakness.