Bandage to Splintage
Under the auspices of the patented concept Bandage to Splintage, MGRM manufacturers and markets Splints and aids and provides a complete suite of physical rehabilitative products for preventive, emergency, pre-treatment, treatment and post treatment patient care. The revolutionary Bandage to Splintage concept is the culmination of over fifteen years of Rehabilitation research in disorders, diseases and common injuries that affect people at different stages in their lives. The products are scientifically designed to limit harmful and dangerous movement during soft tissue injuries. This not only aids rapid healing of damaged tissues but also provides a one-time solution to the Injury with no residual problem such as joint pain, clicking sounds, limitation of movements and so on. This makes MGRM products a one-stop-solution for all physical rehabilitative needs. Our solutions address the requirements in Disaster Management, Emergency & Critical Care, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Neurology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Geriatrics, Physiotherapy, Sports medicine, and other areas. Some of our trademarks and brand names include MGRM MRange Knee Splint, MGRM Reminder Back Support, MGRM SOMU Cervical Brace and MGRM Soft Collar.
These splints are preset to a defined angle or shape, limited flexibility, and provide support such as immobilizing a wrist or a knee. The bouquet of static splints includes Cervical Splints, Shoulder, Arm & Clavicle Splints, Wrist & Forearm Splints, Rib Splints, Back Splints, Abdominal Splints, Knee Splints, Foot Splints and Finger Splints. Cervical splints for instance consist of a variety of neck collars required at the time of emergency transport of accident victims with suspected cervical spine injuries, during pre/post neck surgery, preventive care in case of spondylosis, neck stiffness or pain etc.
MRange - Range of Motion Splints
These include the Knee Splints, Shoulder Splints and Elbow Splints. The products address the need for support or immobilization of sprained / fractured knee, shoulder or elbow.
Splints are provided with adjustable mechanisms and enable flexibility in a single plane of movement. For example, if a finger is bent it needs to be straightened. To achieve this, gradual load needs to be applied over a period of time to straighten the finger. A dynamic splint allows for this gradual adjustment to take place. It provides strength to weakened muscles and improves functional mobility.
A variety of lightweight, foam padded, X-ray translucent finger splints are available under this category. These are required for rehabilitation of different occupational injuries such as cuts, crashes or accidental piercing of finger and common deformities such as Swan neck deformity, arthritis related deformities etc.
Cervical Traction, Back Pelvic Traction and Foot Traction splints are available that are used to relieve pain associated with muscle spasm, surgery, Whiplash injury, lower back pain etc