• Stat-A-Dyne™ WHFO

  • The Stat-A-Dyne™ WHFO is the most innovative wrist/hand finger device on the market. Providing full range of motion in both wrist and digit Flexion and extension the Stat-A-Dyne™ WHFO will benefit patients through comprehensive motion therapy. The Stat-A-Dyne™ WHFO allows for quick setup, is lightweight and easy to operate enhancing patient compliance.​

     

    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

    • Malleable spring leaf caterpillars allow for different ROM considerations to be addressed for each digit while observing clinical precautions and contraindications.
    • Static and/or dynamic tissue elongation therapy in one product
    • Custom cuffs for maximum soft tissue capture facilitating terminal end ROM
    • 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
    • Isolated capsular stretch
    • Long extrinsic flexor and extensor stretch
    • Intrinsic stretch

    The Stat-A-Dyne™ WHFO is used to address joint stiffness in the wrist and hand following an injury where ROM deficits are present. The Stat-A-Dyne™ WHFO is used to commonly treat the below indications:

    • Distal Radius Fracture
    • Crush Injuries
    • MP and IP Stiffness
    • Long Extrinsic Flexor and Extensor Tightness
    • Wrist and Digit Capsular Tightness
    • Lacerations
    • Avulsion injuries
  • How to Take Measurements for the Stat-A-Dyne WHFO

  • WHFO fitting instructions