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May 2018

Misstep Might Trigger New Surgery
Orthoscoot’s orthopaedic scooter lowers risk of fresh injury

Our feet literally carry a heavy burden on a daily basis – after all, they carry our entire body weight. The complex interaction between strong bones, stabilising ligaments and moving muscles allows us to go to the supermarket, to exercise or clean the house. Temporary limitations to the functioning of foot, ankle joint or lower leg can make things we take for granted extremely difficult. During injury, pressure on the affected foot should be avoided at all costs so that no further operations will be necessary. Even the smallest misstep can lead to a prolonged convalescence...

 

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May 2018

Healing with Minimised Restrictions
For foot injuries, using a suitable aid is crucial

If a patient has been diagnosed with an ankle joint injury, oftentimes it is advised that he should not put any pressure on the injured foot under any circumstances. Any misstep can lead to complications, therefore prolonging the convalescence...

 

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May 2018

All Good Things Come in Threes – On Three Wheels to Work Despite Foot Injury
Orthoscoot NH1 allows self-employed patients an early return to the workplace

To close their own practice for several weeks and turn patients away until recovery from a foot surgery is unimaginable for self-employed people such as orthodontist Dr Christiane Snethlage. The orthopaedic scooter NH1 by Orthoscoot renders this scenario unnecessary...

 

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May 2018

Back on the Field after Foot Injury
Orthoscoot NH1 facilitates “Return-to-Play“

Injuries to foot and ankle joints or the lower leg often force athletes to take a break from training, and often also demand an absolute immobilisation of the affected foot. Around 80% of players in the top leagues of football, handball or basketball, as well as ice hockey, sustain injuries during a season...

 

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