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Orthotics and NeuroMobility.

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Ireland Orthotics Stage Image
Ireland Orthotics Stage Image

At, we take time to understand your specific needs and goals and then using a range of our orthotic and NeuroMobility solutions create a bespoke solution for your needs. From custom orthotics, off-the-shelf solutions, functional electrical stimulation (FES) devices, footwear, and neurostimulation suits, we have a range of devices to enhance your mobility and relieve discomfort.

Discover our solutions.

For more than 40 years, in Ireland has been supporting patients to regain or maintain their freedom of movement. Our goal is to help people move more freely and with less pain, correct malpositions, and provide effective support in the healing process. Orthoses and supports have proven to be particularly effective for these purposes and they allow injured ligaments, joints, and bones to heal. In addition, they can preserve functionality even in permanently impaired limbs and reduce pain.

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Agilium Range

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, it most commonly develops in the knee and causes pain. Knee or lower-leg-foot-braces like those in the Agilium Range are specifically designed to relieve painful areas in the knee joint and can provide sustained relief from knee pain.

Conditions and Rehabilitation.

There are many different illnesses and diagnoses that require the need for orthoses and NeuroMobility devices – whether right from the start of treatment or afterward to support therapy. Learn more about some of the most common conditions and how we can support you.

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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of movement disorders that appear in early childhood, caused by a brain injury that develops before, during, or soon after birth.

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