The Rebound® Post-Op Elbow is a lightweight and simple to use, multi-functional brace that provides controlled range-of-motion after common injuries or surgeries to the elbow.
The Rebound® Post-Op Elbow brace by Össur combines intuitive features for fitters and users with a design that aims to improve the post-op experience.
Combining a drop-lock hinge and four telescoping paddles, individual post-op protocols are easily catered to.
The Rebound Post-Op Elbow, lightest of its kind, promotes user comfort with straps that stay in place, anatomical left/right fit with moldable stability cuffs, and blue patient touch-points for easy education.
- The Rebound® Post-Op Elbow is an adjustable brace intended for patients recovering from severe elbow injury or surgical procedures involving the elbow
- The brace is intended for both elbow immobilization and range-of-motion restriction
- The function of the Rebound Post-Op Elbow brace is to support the elbow during recovery
- The adjustable hinge can restrict range-of-motion depending on the stage of recovery
- The Rebound Post-Op Elbow brace is a non-invasive, single-patient, adjustable brace
- The brace is intended to fit securely around the arm of the patient
- The brace can be worn at all times during patient post-operation recovery
Features and Benefits
- Designed to be the most lightweight brace on the market.
- Telescoping paddles relocate to individualize length and keep incision sites clear.
- Easy education for users with intuitive patient touch-points, including Blue is You™ buckles and numbered strapping system.
- Drop-Lock hinge enables secure range-of-motion with bump-resistant pull adjustment stops and optional ROM lock-outs.
- Moldable stability cuffs designed to be individually customized for improved fit and support.
- Strap guides maintain strap location for added security and comfort.
- Universal size, left and right version.
- Indications requiring elbow immobilization and/or range-of-motion restriction.
This may include: – Stable fractures of the elbow, distal humerus, proximal radius or ulna – Tendon and ligament injuries or repairs – Collateral ligament reconstructions – Elbow hyperextension – Triceps tendon repair – Chronic elbow injuries – Tennis elbow release