The EXOS bracing system is a custom moulded, light weight and cost effective solution for treatment of fractures or sprains of the wrist and hand.
It can be removed for inspection of wounds or for therapy to commence, and easily put back on. It can also be configured so that it cannot be removed by small hands.
Best of all, EXOS fracture bracing is able to get wet, allowing swimming and showering with full fracture protection.
EXOS braces can be used to treat a variety of conditions including:
Distal radial/ulnar fractures
Green stick fractures
Post operative stabilization
Say goodbye to stinky plaster casts, try our new Fracture Bracing System
EXOS Fracture Brace System overview
Care and cleaning instructions for your brace
It is common for children’s fractures to be cast with plaster for a few weeks and then go into a more “user-friendly” fracture brace once initial healing has occurred. Some fractures can be braced from the start, avoiding plaster altogether, this is decided by your doctor.
Humerus (upper arm) Fracture brace
Many humeral fractures will heal without requiring an operation. A humeral fracture brace can assist in the healing process of a humeral shaft fracture. These braces can be a partially or fully customised depending on the individual patient.
Clavicular (collarbone) fractures
In some fractures of the collarbone, the treatment involves using a type of support called a clavicle strap. This retracts the shoulders so that the ends of the collarbone fracture heal together, rather than pushing past each other.
A sling may also be used in the treatment of clavicle fractures. Sometimes a swathe (material that goes around the upper arm and body) is used to prevent shoulder motion in conjunction with the sling.
Return to sport with confidence.
Kids want to get back to sport as soon as possible.
Protect them during their return to competition with a simple wrist brace.
Comfortable arm slings
We have a full range of arm slings - toddler through to adult sizes
All fracture bracing require a referral from a doctor or specialist physician, if you have a referral contact Orthokids on: Contact Us