CONTINUOUS PASSIVE MOTION (CPM)

CPM – ANKLE | CMP – KNEE | CPM – WRIST | CPM – ELBOW | CPM – SHOULDER

 

 

CPM – SHOULDER

Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices have been utilized extensively in the field of orthopedic surgery as a means of providing postoperative patients with passive (assisted) range of motion in the affected joint. Typically, CPM devices are designed to aid in early healing and prevention of postoperative joint stiffness by duplicating anatomically correct motion. The CPM shoulder device displays full range of anatomical motions and scapula plane movement, providing increased patient comfort in abduction. This device has also been designed with limited hand control access if needed, allowing the patient to change only the range of motion limits.

Features and benefits include:

  • ability to pre-program 16 protocols
  • five adjustable speeds available for precise therapy options
  • start-stop-reverse feature
  • patient compliance monitor
  • an adjustable force easy-to-set safe feature which allows the machine to reverse when excess force is exerted on the joint
  • a programmable pause to increase the efficiency of therapy by prolonging the stretch at the end of motion

Indications: rotator cuff repair, total shoulder replacements, frozen shoulder, fractures and dislocations requiring reconstructive surgery, clavicle, scapula, AC joint, glenohumeral joint, capsulotomy, acromioplasty and burns.