• Stat-A-Dyne™ Knee

  • The Stat-A-Dyne™ Knee offers many advantages over other competitive devices. Semi-custom and custom cuff options ensure a correct fit with every patient. The Stat-A-Dyne™ knee also offers a bi-directional hinge for use in both flexion and extension that is capable of Dynamic and Static-Progressive stretch. The Stat-A-Dyne™ Knee’s anti-migration cuff and strapping system eliminates splint migration for End Range stretch.

     

    There are three different options available for patients needing a splint. Stat-A-Dyne™ Dynamic is a dynamic only splint for patients with mild to moderate end-feel contractures. Stat-A-Dyne™ Static-Progressive is a static-progressive only splint for patients with moderate to hard end-feel contractures. Our traditional, dual function Stat-A-Dyne™, combines both static-progressive and dynamic stretch for those patients who might benefit from both types of therapy. Insurance coverage guidelines and physician's orders should always be taken into consideration when deciding which splint to order for your patient. 

    ​When requesting a splint, please let your representative know which splint your patient will need.

    • Dynamic
    • Static-Progressive
    • Dual Function

    *Insurance Medical Policies many times dictate the modality used. Lantz Medical will help you determine which type of splint is covered by your patient's insurance when verifying benefits.

    Features

    • Bi-directional hinge that offers infinite ROM.
    • Static and/or dynamic tissue elongation therapy in one product
    • Dynamic mode (LLPS) may be used for soft to moderate end feels during long rest periods
    • Static Progressive mode (SPS) may be used to address moderate to hard end feels

    The Stat-A-Dyne™ Knee is used to treat joint stiffness in flexion and extension of the knee. The Stat-A-Dyne™ Knee is commonly used to treat the below indications.​

    • Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA)
    • Partial Knee Replacements
    • ACL / PCL RepairsTibial Plateau Fractures
    • Tendon / Ligament / Musculature Ruptures
  • How to Take Measurements for the Stat-A-Dyne Knee

  • Stat-A-Dyne Knee Fitting Instructions