Manufacturers

OPPO MEDICAL INC.

Seattle City Center, 1420 Fifth Ave., Suite 220080 , 98101 Seattle, WA
USA

Telephone +1 206 575-8843
Fax +1 206 575-9351
sales@oppomedical.com

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 5 / F39
 Interactive Plan

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MEDICA 2016 hall map (Hall 5): stand F39

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MEDICA 2016 fairground map: Hall 5

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)

Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)
  • 04.02.01  Hernia trusses

Hernia trusses

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)
  • 04.02.02  Foot bandages, foot cushions, toe spreads

Foot bandages, foot cushions, toe spreads

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)
  • 04.02.03  Joint bandages
  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)
  • 04.02.04  Hip protectors

Hip protectors

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)
  • 04.02.05  Compression and support stockings and tights

Compression and support stockings and tights

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)
  • 04.02.06  Abdominal binders

Abdominal binders

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.02  Bandages (Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology)
  • 04.02.07  Back support aids, support bandages and corsets

Back support aids, support bandages and corsets

Our products

Product category: Joint bandages

KNEE GUARDIAN - L

The knee joint includes the tibiofemoral, patellofemoral and superior tibiofibular joints. There are two menisci which are semilunar-shaped discs of fibrocartilage between the femoral condyles and tibial plateaus. Their main functions are shock absorption and stability enhancement. There are many ligaments to provide stability and prevent excessive motion. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) are the key ligaments for stabilization of the knee joint.

•Swiveling Angle Controller
Turn-to-lock knob mechanism allows easy application for professionals to fine-tune the optimal motion restriction for knee joint.
Provides limitation of flexion / extension and immobilization at specific ROM.
Extension stops at: Free, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, 120°.
Flexion stops at: 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, Free.

•Easy Fastening System
4 straps design forms a reliable 4-point-fix, the perfect stabilization.
This extended length completely protects knee joint and surrounding soft tissue and immobilizes the affected area to help prevent further injury.

•OPPO CoolPrene material generates a pumping action on soft tissue during motion, creating a "micro-massage effect" to promote circulation and proprioception. It reduces swelling and relieves pain while dissipates extra-heat.

•Suitable for moderate to severe ACL, PCL, MCL and/or LCL injury. This extended length brace is also an ideal intermediate product for rehabilitation process.

•Patented TW M367735, US 8,187,211.

•1. FOR ANGLE SETTING, FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW:
1.1 Follow your doctor's instruction to set the angle of the hinge.
1.2 Roll the back plate upward or downward to unlock the angle controller. (the cog of plate slanted toward the "Flex" controller)
1.3 Insert a coin into the gap of the angle controller, press and turn it to desired flexion/extension angle. Remove the coin and make sure the controller is sprung up. If not, try to flex/extend the hinge to different angle to spring it up.
1.4 Roll the back plate in the opposite direction to lock the angle controller.
1.5 Repeat step 2~4 to set the angle for the other hinge.

• 2. FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW TO PUT ON GUARDIAN KNEE BRACE:
2.1 Wrap brace around the knee, be sure the opening is on kneecap and the hinge axis aligns with the knee joint.
2.2 Thread hook and loop straps through buckles and secure to desired compression.

•Moderate to severe ACL, PCL, MCL and/or LCL injury.
•Intermittent post-operation care.

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Product category: Joint bandages

KNEE GUARDIAN - S

•Swiveling Angle Controller
Turn-to-lock knob mechanism allows easy application for professionals to fine-tune the optimal motion restriction for knee joint.
Provides limitation of flexion / extension and immobilization at specific ROM.
Extension stops at: Free, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, 120°.
Flexion stops at: 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, Free.

•Easy Fastening System
Four straps design forms a reliable 4-point-fix, the perfect stabilization.
This extended length completely protects knee joint and surrounding soft tissue and immobilizes the affected area to help prevent further injury.

•OPPO CoolPrene material generates a pumping action on soft tissue during motion, creating a "micro-massage effect" to promote circulation and proprioception. It reduces swelling and relieves pain while dissipates extra-heat.

•Suitable for moderate to severe ACL, PCL, MCL and/or LCL injury. This extended length brace is also an ideal intermediate product for rehabilitation process.

•Patented TW M367735, CN ZL200920166127.5,US 8,187,211 and other foreign patent pending.

•1. FOR ANGLE SETTING, FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW:
1.1 Follow your doctor's instruction to set the angle of the hinge.
1.2 Roll the back plate upward or downward to unlock the angle controller. (the cog of plate slanted toward the "Flex" controller)
1.3 Insert a coin into the gap of the angle controller, press and turn it to desired flexion/extension angle. Remove the coin and make sure the controller is sprung up. If not, try to flex/extend the hinge to different angle to spring it up.
1.4 Roll the back plate in the opposite direction to lock the angle controller.
1.5 Repeat step 2~4 to set the angle for the other hinge.

• 2. FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW TO PUT ON GUARDIAN KNEE BRACE:
2.1 Wrap brace around the knee, be sure the opening is on kneecap and the hinge axis aligns with the knee joint.
2.2 Thread hook and loop straps through buckles and secure to desired compression.

•Mild to moderate ACL, PCL, MCL and/or LCL strain
• Knee instability
•Meniscal injury

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Product category: Joint bandages

KNEE GUARDIAN - POST-OP

The knee joint includes the tibiofemoral, patellofemoral and superior tibiofibular joints. There are two menisci which are semilunar-shaped discs of fibrocartilage between the femoral condyles and tibial plateaus. Their main functions are shock absorption and stability enhancement. There are many ligaments to provide stability and prevent excessive motion. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) are the key ligaments for stabilization of the knee joint.

•Swiveling Angle Controller:
Turn-to-lock knob mechanism allows easy application for professionals to fine-tune the optimal motion restriction for knee joint.
Provides limitation of flexion / extension and immobilization at specific ROM.
Extension stops at: Free, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, 120°.
Flexion stops at: 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, Free.

•Swiveling angle controller limits knee motion within acceptable range and supports the various phases of post-operative process. Indicated for application following cruciate ligament surgeries, meniscal repairs and patella related operation.

•Total open design is convenient for patient to put on and off, no exposed metal edges to scrap, catch or snag.

•Easy to monitor the skin and wound healing condition.

• The length of side bars can be bent and adjusted to fit the patient's leg.

•Patented TW M367735, US 8,187,211

•Set the range of motion of bilateral hinges. Follow the steps below for donning and angle setting:

• 1. APPLY THE FOAM WRAPS
1-1 Remove foam cuffs from hinge assemblies.
1-2 Apply calf and thigh foam cuffs snugly around the leg, closing on front of the leg.

•2. ALIGN AND APPLY HINGES
2-1 Position and press the lateral side bar assembly onto the cuffs along the midline of the leg, centering the hinge pivot axes slightly above the knee joint line.
2-2 Repeat for the medial side bar assembly ensuring that the hinge pivot axis aligns vertically.
2-3 Reposition the foam cuffs as needed, ensuring that the patella remains exposed.

•3. SECURE THE LEG STRAPS
3-1 Secure and fasten all straps, starting with the straps closest to the knee first.

•4. BRACE APPLICATION AND REMOVAL
A Properly Applied Brace Should Have:
4-1 Foam wraps secured at the front of the leg.
4-2 Hinges will be aligned vertically with each other at the midline of the leg, and pivot just above the knee axis.
4-3 All straps will be secured at the front of the leg.
Removal and Re-application:
4-4 To remove the brace, unfasten the straps and open the foam pads. The brace can then be removed and re-applied as a single unit.

•5. SIDE BAR ADJUSTMENT
5-1 To reduce the length of the side bars, place the hinge on a hard flat surface with the scored line just off the edge and firmly press down to snap off. Optional reduction kit required.
5-2 Side bars can be bent to fit individual legs.

•6. STEPS OF ANGLE SETTING
6-1 Follow your doctor's instruction to set the angle of the hinge.
6-2 Roll the back plate upward or downward to unlock the angle controller. (the cog of plate slanted toward the "Flex" controller)
6-3 Insert a coin into the gap of the angle controller, press and turn it to desired flexion/extension angle. Remove the coin out and make sure the controller is sprung up. If not, try to flex/extend the hinge to different angle to spring it up.
6-4 Roll the back plate in the opposite direction to lock the angle controller.
6-5 Repeat step 2~4 to set the angle for the other hinge.

•Cruciate ligament reconstruction.
•Meniscal repair.
•Patella related surgery.

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Product category: Joint bandages

SNUG-FIT WRIST BRACE

The wrist joint is a complex structure, consisting of eight carpal bones and the distal part of the ulnar and radial bones. These are the radiocarpal and midcarpal joints. The ulnar bone doesn't directly articulate with the carpal bones. The triangular fibrocartilaginous complex (TFCC) is located between the ulna and carpals. With the disc, the radius bears 60% of loading; without the disc, the radius transmits 95% of the loading.

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Product category: Joint bandages

SLIDING-FIT WRIST BRACE

The wrist joint is a complex structure, consisting of eight carpal bones and the distal part of the ulnar and radial bones. These are the radiocarpal and midcarpal joints. The ulnar bone doesn't directly articulate with the carpal bones. The triangular fibrocartilaginous complex (TFCC) is located between the ulna and carpals. With the disc, the radius bears 60% of loading; without the disc, the radius transmits 95% of the loading.

•Allows length control for users to easily adjust the length for optimal support at various phases of the recovery process.
•Anatomically contoured low profile shell helps maintain the wrist in a neutral position and ensures maximum compliance.
•Malleable cuff wraps around the forearm to ensure firmness and alignment of ulna and radius.
•Flexible strap allows individual to adjust the space of thumb base for better fit and easy application.
•Ventilated liner helps dissipate moisture and heat effectively. The inner pad provides ultra skin comfort.
• Patented TW M367734 and other foreign patents pending.

•Insert a coin into the groove of the knob and turn the knob counter clockwise to loosen it.
•Slide the lower part of wrist brace to desired length. Please follow your medical professional’s advice to adjust the length.
• Turn the knob clockwise to lock it.
•Repeat STEP1~3 to adjust the length for the other side.
•Unfasten the straps and slide hand into brace. Hook the thumb strap with proper fit.
•Curve the two aluminum cuffs slightly to fit your forearm shape.
•Fasten straps by threading through the buckle and pulling the end of each strap to a comfortable fit.
•The body of the brace should be aligned with
your forearm. If not, adjust one or more straps until it is aligned with your forearm.
•To remove the brace, unfasten the straps to release. The brace can then be removed and re-applied as a single unit.

•Carpal tunnel syndrome
•Post-casting recovery
•Soft tissue injury of wrist
•Carpal bone dislocation/fracture

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About us

Company details

OPPO Medical offers the most extensive product line of functional supports with:

• Long standing commitment to uncompromising quality in workmanship and customer service.
• Keen understanding of the rehabilitation market and the needs of our customers.
• Passion for innovation, shared by a team of highly-motivated & talented employees.
• Powerful network of affiliate companies and factories in the US, Taiwan, China and Paraguay, positioned to serve you, our distributors, whether you are in North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia, Middle East or Africa.

We continue to use technology to streamline manufacturing processes and to foster networking communication for our distributors worldwide. We are expanding the frontiers of orthopedic medicine with innovative materials and designs, and a holistic approach to wellness.

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Company data

Sales volume

1-9 Mio US $

Export content

max. 75%

Number of employees

100-499

Foundation

1997

Area of business

Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology