Lightens the arm to help vertical motions

This CUSTOMIZABLE and INNOVATIVE device works with 2 MODES adapted to all situations. You keep your energy, you achieve your daily activities EASILY and by YOURSELF.  
ORTHOPUS Supporter
ORTHOPUS Supporter
ORTHOPUS Supporter

Muscular dystrophy, spinal amyotrophy, lateral sclerosis amyotrophic, spinal cord trauma, brachial plexus removal, arms and shoulders pain because of an accident or repetitive motions: in these situations, raising the arm can be tiring, complicated, and difficult.

The ORTHOPUS Supporter makes you more free and independent

You raise your hand to speak, to switch on the light in a room, you can scratch your nose without asking for help, phone without speaker, eat a cookie by yourself, move your cards on the table, brush your teeth alone.

You keep your energy, you keep your strength. Your muscles and joints are kept in motions, you can move your arm to relax it. 

2 in 1 device

You can move your arm freely as if it was floating in water.

You can up or down your arm thanks to the +/- buttons. This mode is perfect to read a paper or to have a phone call for example.

L’ORTHOPUS Supporter is warranted 2 years

🧒 Can be fitted for children from 7 years old
👐 Right handed / left handed version
💪 Compensation strength adjustable from 0 to 4 KG
🅿️ Driving position while joystick is being used
💦 Splashproof from water projections
🦼 Can be installed on an electric wheelchair or on a table
🔌 Powered by the wheelchair battery or by a power supply
🥖 Made in France
📝 Class I Medical device – CE marked

ORTHOPUS Supporter

8 colors for custom inlays:

ORTHOPUS Supporter is suitable for these cases:

mobilité bras

You have the strength and mobility to move your arm to the right and to the left, on the horizontal plan

Your hand function permits you to grasp objects

bras épaule

You have the mobility and strength to raise your arm to your face, for a short time or with help

Pierre's Story

Pierre, a 20 years old man from Nantes, is the first ORTHOPUS user. We met him thanks to our collaboration with ESEAN AFP France Handicap, a Nantes’ healthcare facility. His arm mobility was limited and didn’t allow him to raise his arm more than a few minutes, for fixed or moving efforts.

Since october 2021, he has used every day an ORTHOPUS Supporter’ prototype.

How much does the ORTHOPUS Supporter costs?

The final price may vary according to country because of the taxes and public health policies.

But here is the detail of our selling price to distributors for an ORTHOPUS Supporter wheelchair pack (base, 1 set of color inlays, 1 arm brace, 1 wheelchair mounting set, 1 interface box):



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Any question?

For now we can’t announce any dates, but we are coming: stay tuned!

The ORTHOPUS Supporter does not move instead of the arm: it follows the movements. That is why the person who wants to use it must still have mobility in the arm.

To date, there is no precise scientific study on the subject. However, it has been observed that this type of device reduce fatigue and keeps the body in motion, which can prevent numbness in the joints.

Yes, it is ! The ORTHOPUS Supporter will be fixed on the wheelchair by a medical dealer trained to its installation and a table attachment will be provided. It is therefore possible to quickly move the Supporter from a wheelchair to a table and vice-versa.

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