Chesapeake Medical Products, Inc. was established in 1995. Its origins go back to 1981, to a predecessor company, Polymed Splint Products, Inc. After a period of continual growth, this division was sold with Polymed Industries, Inc. in 1992 to Tecnol Orthopedics, Inc.
In 1995, Chesapeake Medical Products, Inc. was established under the leadership and guidance of C. Eric Johnson. Mr. Johnson has been involved in the field of Low-Temperature Thermoplastics for 30 years. He has been actively participating in the manufacturing process since 1981. He was instrumental in the founding of Polymed Splint Products, Inc. and its operation until 1992. With over thirty years of experience in this and many other medical surgical product fields, Mr. Johnson brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the marketplace.
Ankle-Foot Orthosis Chesapeake Medical Products Ankle-Foot Orthosis are molded from strong, lightweight poly-propylene and provide comfortable support from the calf to the arch. This orthosis is easily modified with a heat gun and can be worn in most flat heeled shoes. The AFO is indicated for degenerative diseases, toe-heel gait prevention, multiple sclerosis, post CVA and nerve injuries. Read More
Colours Colours provides a bridge between the handling characteristics of plastic / rubber-like and rubber types of splinting materials. Colours has a true memory and allows for reheating, reshaping and remolding. The rigidity of the material indicates that reinforcing is not required. The proprietary textured surface and matching coating, combined with the properties of the material, provide for an aesthetically pleasing splint without fingerprints and marks. Read More
Excel Excel features a "plastic" formulation for superb molding with a high degree of rigidity. Your splints will form with intricate fit and definition with controlled stretch. Provides features not available in other "plastic" type materials. Read More
FiberForm Soft Offers the same properties as FiberForm Stiff with a moderate resistance to stretch.Durable, yet lightweight - versus existing splinting materials,Extremely rigid after fabrication - maximum in marketplace,Molds and conforms well,Additional drapability vs. FiberForm "Stiff",Edges finish well when cutting, hot or cold. Read More
Infinity Chesapeake Medical Products most preferred splinting material. The combination of plastic and rubber-like characteristics, with the controlled level of rigidity, allows for the fabrication of infinite types of splints. Infinity is a material with the perfect balance between resistance to stretch and drape. Read More
Rebound Coated sheet surface to avoid accidental sticking but provides enough tack to hold a temporary bond for the "wrap and tack" splinting technique. Press the surfaces of REBOUND together and when cooled, the bond can be popped apart. Great for elbow splints or for any circumferential splints. Permanent bond can be achieved by disturbing the surfaces or with a bonding solvent. Read More
Resting Pan Mitt Splint Fabricated from our EXCEL material. Designed to position the hand in a resting mode. Ideal for spastic or arthritic conditions. Easily spot heated with hot water or a heat gun for precise fit. Includes four hook and loop straps. Measure from second to fifth MCP joints for proper size. HCPCS CODE: L3930 Read More
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