Carpus (Wrist) and Paw Dog Braces
An OrthoPets Carpal Orthosis (dog wrist brace) can be a great solution to provide comfort and support for your pet’s injury or instability. There are many orthopedic conditions of the carpus (wrist) joint that may affect your pet’s mobility. OrthoPets custom fabricates each animal’s brace for their individual needs.
One of the most common conditions presented to OrthoPets is carpal hyperextension. Our dog braces can be used pre-op, post-op, or in lieu of surgery. These solutions can be used for leg support following traumatic injury or chronic conditions. While the carpus joint may not be affected, a carpal orthosis (wrist brace) may be appropriate to provide support to an injured or deformed paw. OrthoPets even fabricates custom paw insoles! The device design will be determined by your veterinarian’s prescribed therapeutic goals for your pet.
Through the appropriate application and use of an OrthoPets Carpus Orthosis (dog wrist brace), coupled with rehabilitation therapy, your pet can regain lost quality of life, mobility, comfort, and function.
Please feel free to contact us via phone or email with any questions you may have.
When your pet is limping due to discomfort caused by an injury or instability, we understand the impact this has not only to the quality of life of your pet, but also to your family. Our sole focus is on the design and support of our custom animal orthotics and prosthetics to restore your pet’s mobility
- Hyper-extension instability
- Flexor carpi ulnaris
- Medial and lateral collateral
- Osteosarcoma palliative care
- Post-Op pancarpal arthrodesis
- Post-Op partial carpal arthrodesis
- Failed arthrodesis
- Digital flexor(s)
- Neurological positioning control
- Brachial plexus
- Radial nerve
- Digit amputation or malformation
- Chondrodysplastic triplanar instability
Mechanics of Device:
- Modified 3 point corrective system