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CPM devices = Continuous Passive Motion: a technique in which a joint, usually the knee, is moved constantly through a variable range of motion to prevent stiffness and to increase the range of motion; most often accomplished using a motorized device specifically designed for this purpose.

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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.
The goals for CPM usage are:

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success

CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.

CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.
 

Wrist CPM indications:

 

  • Post-op. ORIF of Intra-Articular Fractures of the Phalanges
  • Post-op. ORIF of Diaphyseal Fractures of the Phalanges
  • Post-op. ORIF of Metaphyseal Fractures of the Phalanges
  • Post-op. ORIF of Epiphyseal Fractures of the Phalanges
  • Post-op. Prosthetic Replacement of the MCP, PIP and DIP Joints
  • Post-op. Synovectomies
  • Rheumatoidal / Neurological or Post-Burn Stiffness
  • Capsulotomies, Arthrolysis and Tenolysis for Post-Traumatic Stiffness of MCP, PIP and DIP Joints
  • Flexor and Extensor Tendon Tenolysis
  • Aponeurectomies for Dupuytrens Disease
  • MCP Arthrolysis
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Rental Toe CPM
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.

The goals CPM usage are:

 

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success
CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.
CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.

 

Toe CPM Machine indications:

 

    • Post-op. Bunionectomy
    • Post-op. Joint Replacement
    • Post-op. Reconstructive surgery on bone, cartilage, tendons and ligaments
    • Post-op. Manipulation
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Rental Shoulder CPM
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.

The goals CPM usage are:

 

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success

 

CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.
CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.

 

Shoulder CPM Machine indications:

 

  • Post-op. Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Post-op. Labral Repair
  • Post-op. SLAP Repair Due to Shoulder Dislocation
  • Post-op. Manipulation for Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis
  • Post-op. Shoulder Decompression for Impingement Syndrome
  • Post-op. Distal Clavicle Recession
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Rental Knee CPM
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.

The goals CPM usage are:

 

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success

 

CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.
CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.

 

Knee CPM Machine indications:

 

  • Post-op. ACL,PCL,MCL Ligament Reconstruction with a Tendon Graft
  • Post-op. Total Knee Replacement
  • Post-op. Arthrotomy and Drainage for Acute Septic Arthritis
  • Post-op. ORIF of Displaced Intra-articular and Diaphyseal / Metaphyseal fractures
  • Post-op. Arthrotomy, Capsulotomy, Arthrolysis and Debridement for Post-traumatic Arthritis
  • Post-op. Synovectomy for Rheumatoid Arthritis and Heophilic Athropathy
  • Post-op. Incision and Drainage for Acute Tenosynovitis
  • Post-op. Reconstructive Tendon, Ligament, Cartilage and Bone Surgery
  • Post-op. Knee Ankylosis Manipulation
  • Post-op. Release of Extra-articular Joint Contractures (Quadricepsplasty)
  • Post-op. Medial/Lateral Meniscus repairs
  • Post-op. Tibial Plateau Fracture ORIF
  • Post-op. Patella Fracture ORIF
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Rental Hip CPM
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.

The goals CPM usage are:

 

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success

 

CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.
CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.

 

Hip CPM Machine indications:

 

  • Post-op. Total Hip Arthroplasty
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Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.

The goals CPM usage are:

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success

CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.

CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.

Hand CPM Machine indications:

  • Post-op. Flexor Tendon Tenolysis
  • Post-op. Flexor Tendon Laceration Repair
  • Post-op. Dupuytrens Contracture Release
  • Post-op. PIP Joint Capsulectory
  • Post-op. Digital Intra-Articular Fractures
  • Post-op. Digital Phalangeal-Inter-Phalangeal Joint Arthroplasty
  • Post-op. Digital Metacarpal-Phalangeal Joint Arthroplasty
  • Post-op. Manipulation for Hand Adhesive Capsulitis
  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
  • Crush Injuries of the Hand
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Rental Elbow CPM
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.

The goals CPM usage are:

 

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success

 

CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.
CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.

 

Elbow CPM indications:

 

  • Post-op. Elbow Surgery to Prevent Muscular Atrophy and Edema
  • Post-op. Elbow Cast removal to fight stiffness
  • Post-op. ORIF of Elbow Fracture
  • Post-op. Arthrotomy
  • Post-op. Synovectomy
  • Post-op. Reconstructive surgery on bone, cartilage, tendons and ligaments
  • Post-op. Joint Replacement
  • Post-op. Manipulation
  • Stable Fractures
  • Prolonged Joint Immobilization
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Rental Ankle CPM
Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a manipulation, soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma.  CPM's constantly move the joints through a controlled range of motion; the exact range is dependent upon the joint and controlled by the user by following physician’s instructions.  In most cases the range of motion is increased over time.  Speed, pause and other variables can also be programmed.

The goals CPM usage are:

 

  • Control post-operative pain
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Provide passive motion in a specific plane of movement
  • Protect the healing repair or tissue
  • Helps prevent scar tissue formation
  • Improves Range of Motion (ROM)
  • Improve joint recovery
  • Improve surgery success

 

CPM's mechanisms of action for aiding joint recovery are dependent upon what surgery is performed. One mechanism is the movement of synovial fluid to allow for better diffusion of nutrients into damaged cartilage, and diffusion of other materials out; such as blood and metabolic waste products. Another mechanism is the prevention of fibrous scar tissue formation in the joint, which tends to decrease the range of motion for a joint.
CPM therapy benefits patients by facilitating earlier motion and earlier return to normal function. These patients also have less pain, swelling, edema, and reduction of scarring/adhesion formation. OrthoSTAT, Corp. provides CPM equipment for the Ankle, Elbow, Hand, Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Toe and Wrist.

 

Ankle CPM Machine indication:

 

  • Post-op. ORIF or Closed Reduction Fracture Dislocations of Ankle and Subtalar Joints
  • Post-op. Ankle and Subtalar Joint Arthroscopy with and without Repairs
  • Post-op. Prolonged Immobilizations from External Fixators
  • Post-op. Removal of Hardware
  • Post-op. Synovectomies, Removal of Loose Bodies and Impingement Lesions
  • Post-op. Total Ankle Joint Replacements
  • Post-op. Repair of Achilles Tendon Tear
  • Post-op. Repair Lateral Ankle Stabilization Procedures
  • Post-op. Major Tendon Transfers Crossing the Ankle Joint
  • Post-op. Plantar Fasciotomies and Chronic Plantar Fascitis
  • Post-op. Subtalar Arthroeresis
  • Post-op. Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction with or without Repair
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