Maramed Orthopedic Systems was established in 1972 by Alan R. Finnieston, CPO and Harry Shufflebarger, MD. Their goal was to market the custom fit prefabricated orthoses and fracture braces they helped research and develop with the Department of Orthopedics at the University of Miami. They strongly believed that the anatomically correct fully functional orthopedic devices, resulting from their R&D, would accommodate the vital needs of the patient and the practitioner. Today, Maramed Orthopedic Systems is known world-wide for providing the very best in innovative cost-effective products. Unlike most prefabricated orthoses, Maramed's fracture braces enjoy the distinction of having been CLINICALLY TESTED in over 5,000 cases. The company continues to be a driving force in the development of orthoses used in trauma and in clinical and rehabilitative applications.
Carpal Tunnel Splint Unique dorsal design permits unrestricted functional use of the hand while eliminating pressure on the carpal tunnel. Soft adjustable elastic palmer straps offer either static positioning of the wrist or two levels of resistant wrist flexion. Consists of a high density polyethylene plastic which is foam lined for added comfort. Suggested L-Code: L3938 Read More
Elbow Orthosis Clinically designed for anatomical alignment of the humerus-forearm-wrist-hand with an articulating elbow joint. Allows unrestricted shoulder motion. Suggested L-Code: L3995, L3980, L3806, L3807. Read More
Femur Fluffi-Splin Provides effective temporary positioning and immobilization of the leg extending to the proximal femur with the added comfort and safety of the soft liner and straps. Both the liner and straps wick away moisture and are washable to promote proper hygiene. The splint is excellent for rehabilitation and long-term care. Foot is held in a slightly plantar-flexed position. Rigid polystyrene construction permits unobstructed radiographs and allows splint to be gas autoclaved. Read More
Open Heel PLS The Open Heel Posterior Leaf Spring AFO offers the same anatomical design as Marameds traditional PLS with an open heel cut out that allows patient to wear any shoe comfortably without heel contact. Read More
Shoulder Elbow Wrist Hand Orthosis Anatomical alignment of the shoulder-humerus-forearm-wrist-hand with an articulating elbow joint. Allows limited functional shoulder motion with shoulder protection. Suggested L-Code: L3971, L3995, L3806. Read More
Wrist Hand Provides proper support and immobilization of the wrist. Allows unobstructed motion of the thumb and fingers‡.
Suggested L-Code: L3984, L3906 Read More
Wrist Hand Thumb Provides proper support and immobilization of the wrist and thumb. Allows unobstructed motion of the fingers‡.
Suggested L-Code: L3984, L3907, L3999 Read More
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