Biomedical startup, ActivArmorTM, and Central Indiana Orthopedics (CIO) are joining forces again to bring this revolutionary immobilization technology to additional Indiana cities. With years commercial sales behind the high-tech waterproof, hygienic, breathable cast/splinting alternative, ActivArmor continues to grow nation-wide, and now expanding its services to CIO’s Fishers and Muncie clinics.
ActivArmorTM orthoses are being prescribed for injuries like breaks, sprains, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, through innovative clinics like Ft Worth Physical Therapy, Alpine Orthopedics, Jacksonville Orthopedics, Regional Orthopedics, Beverly Hills Hand Center NorthEast Orthopedics, and CIO’s Anderson clinic. We are excited to add CIO’s Fishers and Muncie to this list!
The next-gen casts and splints are completely custom – precisely fitting to each patient using a 3D body scan, and designed per their doctor’s prescription, including the ability to expose post-surgical hardware or incisions, and adaptable for use with ultrasound and other advanced technologies.
ActivArmor’s fully custom, truly waterproof, hygienic immobilization solutions are the perfect complement to CIO’s focus on exceptional personalized care for every patient. With several locations across the Central Indiana region (and growing), CIO is an awesome partner in bringing these revolutionary casts and splints to the Greater Indianapolis area.
“We are excited to continue to work with CIO to bring this next-gen product to even more patients across Central Indiana,” says Diana Hall, ActivArmor President. “CIO’s staff truly puts their patients first, giving them the freedom to continue their active lifestyles while healing by providing the latest in high-tech casts and splints.”
“Central Indiana Orthopedics is thrilled to expand ActivArmor to the active communities of Fishers and Muncie,” says Dr. Kay, President of Central Indiana Orthopedics. “We’ve seen firsthand how ActivArmor benefits patients of all ages. Patients can enjoy water activities without worry, athletes can continue to train and play sports – it really empowers the patient to maintain their active lifestyle during the healing process.”
ActivArmor is currently available by prescription through the clinics listed on their website and covered by most insurance.
For more information visit ActivArmor.com.