28L20
Reference number 28L20
Hip Abduction Orthosis according to the Hoffmann-Daimler principle

Slight abduction of the legs is necessary for the follow-up treatment of type IIb hip dysplasia according to Graf or residual dysplasia after the conservative treatment of hip dislocations. This Hip Abduction Orthosis was developed for children aged 6–18 months in order to limit their activity as little as possible. The position of the femoral head attained in this manner improves the development of the acetabular roof.

  • Treatment according to the Hoffmann-Daimler principle has proven effective for decades
  • Anatomically shaped thigh supports can be adjusted to various leg circumferences (universal size)
  • High stability while maintaining maximum freedom of movement

Product information

Indications Hip dysplasia without instability (children aged 6 to 18 months) – type IIb hips according to Graf
Residual dysplasia after conservative treatment of hip dislocations (children aged 6 to 18 months)
How it works Positions the hip joints according to the Hoffmann-Daimler principle.
Features & benefits Adjustable width, anatomically shaped thigh supports
Adaptation to various leg circumferences
Thigh supports are connected by robust ball and socket joints
High stability while maintaining maximum freedom of movement
Adjustable abduction unit
Allows abduction to be adjusted precisely

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