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Stroke Neuro Issues

A stroke may lead to paralysis in the shoulder. You can experience pain and limited movement in the arm.

Shoulder stabilization after a stroke

The Omo Neurexa shoulder orthosis is part of the Neurexa product line. It was developed in close cooperation with doctors and therapists – especially for stroke patients. As a valuable medical aid for rehabilitation, it promotes active movement.

Shoulder pain is frequent after a stroke or other illnesses. In this case the upper arm bone (humerus head) is in an unfavourable position. The Omo Neurexa brings it back into the correct position, thereby eliminating the cause of the pain. This is essential in order to begin with early, targeted rehabilitation. Our objective is to help you reintegrate into your familiar social and work environment as quickly as possible.


Otto Bock Genu Neurexa Knee Brace

The Otto Bock Genu Neurexa Knee Brace is recommended to help when paresis of leg muscles results in knee hyperextension, e.g after stroke, lumbar disc herniation, peripheral nerve damage etc.

Effects of the Otto Bock Genu Neurexa Knee Brace:

  • Stabilisation of the knee and patella
  • Prevention of hyperextension
  • Reduction of collateral instability
  • Good mechanical stability through the orthosis components (lockable bilateral aluminium joint bars; rigid, crossover straps in the hollow of the knee)
  • Positive effect on the proprioceptors which affect the sensorimotor system
  • Secure control over the knee during active rehabilitation training
  • Pain relief
  • Fixation of the patella in the correct position so that unintentional knee movements are prevented


Ottobock Manu Neurexa Wrist Support

The Ottobock Manu Neurexa Wrist Support is a specially designed, advanced splint to help provide relief for a range of wrist conditions and complaints resulting in discomfort.

Indication of uses for the Neurexa Wrist Support

The Ottobock Manu Neurexa Wrist Support can be used to help provide relief from;

  • Paresis of the forearm muscles resulting in weakness of the wrist e.g. after a stroke
  • Acute and chronic irritations of the wrist such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Flaccid paralysis or mild spasticity of the wrist or hand
  • Post-traumatic conditions requiring immobilisation of the wrist