CONTINUOUS PASSIVE MOTION (CPM)

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

 

 

CPM – WRIST

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 wrist device has been designed with an on/off/reverse patient switch and is adaptable to specific therapy requirements, giving therapists a choice of applications. Lightweight, portable, safe and reliable, the CPM wrist device is simple to operate.

Features and benefits include:

  • natural spiral of flexion for fingers and thumb
  • repetitive movement
  • U.L. listed components
  • variable range of motion
  • one machine for fingers, thumb and wrist

Indications: flexor and extensor tenolysis, apoeneurectomies for dupuytrens disease, metacarpophalangeal arthrolysis, open reduction-internal flexation (ORIF) of intra-articular, diaphyseal, metaphyseal, epiphyseal fractures of the phalanges, prosthetic replacement of the MP, PIP, and DIP joints, rheumatoidal—neurological or after burn stiffness, capsulotomies, arthrolysis, and tenolysis for post-traumatic stiffness of MP, PIP, and DIP joints, and synovectomies.