Kinex - W2 Wrist CPM

Brand : Kinex

CPM for the wrist is advantageous over immobilization or intermittent active motion for: 
• Prevention of joint stiffness
• Healing and regeneration of articular cartilage
• Decreasing pain
• Wound healing
• Assisting repair of ligaments and tendons
• Decreasing inflammatory conditions

CPM for the wrist is advantageous over immobilization or intermittent active motion for: 
• Wrist fractures: Herbert et al. advocates CPM following ORIF of wrist fractures especially for inter-articular damage and at risk patients for stiffness.
• Capsulotomy: Improves ROM, enhances healing, reduces pain and inflammation while preparing patient for active exercise.
• Ligament Repair: CPM is applied at a subend-range joint threshold to apply beneficial early passive motion while protecting the repair.
• RSD: CPM may be beneficial in helping reeducate the normal nerve response while reducing pain and edema.