As little as possible, as much as necessary

Jürgen Leimgruber
workshop managers
Master orthopaedic technician

For people with complete or incomplete paralysis, the ultimate goal is to regain maximum individual freedom of movement. Our individually manufactured orthoses are manufactured according to the principle “as little as possible, as much as necessary”. Our motivation is to give you back your mobility, to support the functions you have retained and to reduce possible pain.


Enjoy life!

Due to our many years of experience in the manufacture and adaptation of orthoses, both construction-relevant aspects and individual wishes are combined. For example, here an orthosis for the wet area.

Strength and endurance

We are proud to accompany Paralympics winner Roland Gäss in his successes. He took part in six Paralympic Winter Games and brought home six medals, one of them in gold. Four World Championships with two World Championship titles and four European Championships, once as title holder, as well as many successful World Cup participations and a good fifteen German championship titles, crown his sporting career as a disabled athlete in cross-country skiing and biathlon.

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Living with polio

Poliomyelitis is a disease that has accompanied people since childhood. Through many years of experience and specialization in the field of polio orthopaedics, we create a care concept with which you can break new ground.


First impressions count

Sometimes the appearance of an orthosis plays an important role. Whether elegant, striking or as discreet as possible – there are no limits to the optical design.

New technologies in orthotics

The development in orthopaedic technology is progressing ever faster. Our motivation is to give you the opportunity to experience progress.


Gain confidence

Handling with an orthosis needs to be learned. We are there for you and accompany you on your first steps – and beyond.

Lucia goes her way

Despite paraplegia, Lucia is in the middle of life. With our swing and stance-phase controlled C-Brace orthoses it is possible for her to walk stairs, ramps and uneven stretches.

Finger Orthoses

Arthrosis, rheumatism, gout,…for those affected, the pain in the finger joints is often unbearable. With the help of finger orthoses a certain correction and pain relief can be achieved.

Forearm orthoses

For injuries to fingers, hand or wrist
Gripping is often no longer possible or only possible to a limited extent.
By supporting them with an orthosis and holding them in a functional position, they can carry out their important tasks again.

Upper arm orthoses

Traumatic loss of muscles in the upper and forearm often forces people to give up their hobbies. With the help of individually manufactured orthoses, which can be used for cycling, for example, we give you back a piece of quality of life.

Which orthosis is best for me?

Supported by the type classification according to OTM Seifert / Dr. med. Steinfeldt, which was presented internationally in 2001, we design and contour your orthosis individually to your needs in 10 orthosis types.

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