Neurological patients are exceptional candidates for dynamic splinting. The spring-loaded tension of the Dynasplint® System safely accommodates a patient by moving with the patient during episodes of resistance or spasms.  It constantly seeks the patient’s available end range of motion and continues to gently stretch the joint. Our dynamic splints are non-invasive and designed to increase comfort through the use of low-load, prolonged-duration stretch (LLPS) technology. Dynasplint Systems are excellent for existing contracture patients and patients seeking early intervention.

Common Diagnoses:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Cerebral Palsy (CP)
  • Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA)
  • Spasticity Management
  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • This list is not all-inclusive and there are many other diagnoses that can be helped with our products.

“We have been utilizing Dynasplint [Systems] here at The Children’s Center for years and have utilized the Elbow Extension Dynasplint with many of our children with increased spasticity in elbow flexors. Not only have we consistently seen improvement in achievable range of motion, but the splints are more comfortable with fewer problems noted with skin irritation than with static splints that we had previously utilized. We have seen great benefits from utilizing Dynasplint [Systems] in conjunction with Botox injections.—B.V., OTR/L


“I am a C-4-5 quadriplegic with very little movement in my arms. My left arm has been severely restricted for some time now, in fact pulling up to my chest. After being introduced to the Dynasplint and using same for the past few months, I now am able to move this arm a great deal, something I did not think possible a while back. …I would highly recommend the Dynasplint to anyone. Your technicians and representatives have always been courteous, efficient and professional.”—B.C.B., Nevada


“I just wanted to thank you for the help the Dynasplint has given me. I started wearing it religiously about 6 months ago on account of a TBI that affects my left side. Anyhow, when I got it I was still in a wheelchair now I can walk at least 500 ft. without assistance. The nice lady who assisted me has a great attitude and very pleasant. I’m going to be a rehab-counselor and I advocate the use of the Dynasplint. Thank you so much.”— S.E., Arizona