Hip Continuous Passive Motion Unit
Provides optimum range of motion by allowing and controlling flexion, extension, abduction and external rotation. Convenient range of motion controls adjust from 0° to 120° of hip flexion. The shock absorbing feature transfers the weight of the leg off the injured hip joint, promoting patient compliance.
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- Range of motion in hip from -10 to 120 degrees in the sagittal plane
- Range of motion in knee flexion can be limited to 0, 30, 60, 90, 120 degrees
- Combined abduction of the hip with flexion/extension maintains the congruity of the femoral head