SecuTec Omo Shoulder Brace
Whether post-operative for shoulder injuries or the implantation of a prosthesis or post-traumatic after a dislocated shoulder, the SecuTec Omo stabilizing orthosis secures and relieves the injured joint and reduces pain.
Two adjustable settings:
Abduction up to 60°
Inward and outward rotation can be regulated at the touch of a button
TWO ADJUSTABLE SETTINGS
The SecuTec Omo stabilizing orthosis secures and relieves the shoulder following trauma or surgery. To relieve the tendinous bands, the shoulder joint can be immobilized in any abduction position. The special feature of the SecuTec Omo is a multifunctional joint with two settings that enables the orthosis to be adjusted, so the arm can be positioned in accordance with the indications. The abduction angle can be adjusted independently up to 60°. The arm can be rotated inward and/or outward regardless of the selected angle and can be regulated easily at the touch of a button. The rotation can also be limited if necessary.
HIGH LEVEL OF COMFORT
No shoulder strap is required to wear the SecuTec Omo because the arm brace is supported by the pelvic frame. This avoids incorrect posture and the related tension that occurs in the healthy shoulder. The shoulder strap, however, is available as a spare part.
The angle of the pelvic frame can be adjusted to ensure that the orthosis fits the patient's body shape perfectly.
The brace is easy to put on and take off thanks to its high elasticity, and it is secured to the upper body by means of a soft strap. The chest area is left free, so the brace is particularly comfortable to wear. The OmoTrain is available as a universal version and can therefore be worn on either the left or the right. The breathable, anatomically contoured compression knit adapts to fit the shoulder perfectly and does not cause discomfort during movement. Support is therefore provided for the healing process, pain is reduced and mobility improved.
- Reconstruction following a rotator cuff tear
- Implantation of a shoulder prosthesis
- SLAP lesion
- Subcapital humerus fracture
- AC rupture
- Shoulder dislocation