Biomechanics of our Brace (Pets & Animals - Dogs)

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Biomechanics of our Brace


The Brace description
• Functions via semi-tubular tension rods which are placed in the longitudinal rod pockets on the inner and outer sides of the brace
• Maintains sagittal plane stability by posterior tethering of the tension rods above and below the stifle
• Utilizes a buttress between the two tension rods, located over the proximal tibia, which resists anterior movement of the tibia on the femur

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Target State: Texas
Target City : Texas
Last Update : Jan 10, 2018
Number of Views: 40
Item  Owner  : vinod
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Contact Phone: 8004434055

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