Spinova® Immo Plus Classic
Orthosis for immobilizing and stabilizing the lumbar spine with a mobilization function
Following surgery on the lumbar spine, such as for vertebral displacement (spondylolisthesis) or spinal canal stenosis, mobilization of the muscles of the back can be promoted with varying degrees of intensity using the modular orthosis Spinova Immo Plus Classic. Individual components of the orthosis, such as the abdominal pad or shell, can be added or removed as required to allow the gradual mobilization of the patient.
- for a treatment plan in two stages
- individually combinable
- easy to put on and adjust
Treatment module by module
The Spinova Immo Plus Classic is an orthosis for stabilizing the lumbar spine and the transition to the sacral bone. Its special design permits controlled treatment according to an individually adaptable multi-stage regimen.
Stage 1 (Stabilization phase):
To secure the spine after surgery or at the start of non-surgical treatment, the orthosis is used in combination with the shell.
Stage 2 (Mobilization phase):
During the initial stages of mobilization with a progressive recovery process, the shell is removed and the base support is reinforced with the corset stays in the lumbar/sacral area that is to be treated.
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- Vertebral displacement, formation of gaps in the vertebral joints (spondylolisthesis, grades II and III/spondylolysis)
- Wearing of the vertebral joints with unusual flexibility of the joints (facet syndrome with hypermobility/spondylitis)
- Chronic pathological changes (osteoarthritis) to the vertebral joints (spondylarthrosis)
- Radiating pain in the lumbar spine area (very severe (pseudo)radicular lumbar syndrome/very severe lumbar sciatica)
- Narrowing of the spinal canal (lumbar spinal canal stenosis with paresis (conservative, post-operative])
- Narrowing of the nerve root canal (foraminal stenosis, lateral), vertebral fractures of the lumbar spine to a severe degree, relieving the front and/or rear edges of vertebrae
- Tumors (metastases)
- Weak muscles with limited performance (degeneration, severe/advanced muscular insufficiency of the spine)
- Following an intervertebral disk prolapse (conservative, post-operative)
- Intervertebral disk surgery (discectomy)
- Post-operative, for one or more levels of the spine (e.g. spondylodesis/kyphoplasty)
- Pathological change to the intervertebral disk cartilage (osteochondrosis)