Biomedical startup, ActivArmorTM, has partnered with Colorado Institute of Sports Medicine to bring this revolutionary immobilization technology to Colorado Springs.

ActivArmorTM provides the only sanitizable casts in the market – helping to keep those needing immobilization safe during the Covid-19 pandemic, by allowing them to wash their hands.  The next-gen casts are completely custom – precisely fitting to each patient using a 3D body scan, and designed per the doctor’s prescription, including the ability to expose post-surgical hardware or incisions, and adaptable for use with ultrasound and other advanced technologies.

ActivArmor orthoses are being prescribed for injuries like breaks, sprains, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, through clinics across the country, like Northeast Orthopedics, Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute, Alpine Orthopedics, Regional Orthopedics, Central Indiana Orthopedics, and Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Colorado Institute of Sports Medicine’s mission of providing individualized therapy plans and customized medicine is a perfect match for ActivArmor’s innovative product.  Their experienced team will now be providing ActivArmor products in Southern Colorado, treating both athletes and the general public from pediatric to geriatric demographics, helping them maintain mobility, hygiene and function in their active lifestyles.  ActivArmor fits well into CISM’s innovative services, which also include trigger point dry needling, electrotherapy and ultrasound, deep fascial release therapy, cupping, and astym therapy.

“We are excited to partner with Colorado Institute of Sports Medicine to expand our presence into Southern Colorado,” says Diana Hall, Founder of ActivArmor.  “Their dedication to providing the best individualized treatment for each patient’s unique needs is a perfect match for our custom products.”

“Dr.  Lorne “Mac” MacDonald,  Founder of CISM, stated: “ActivArmor just makes sense for our active patients’ lifestyles.   Keeping them safe and providing each individual with the latest technology to improve quality of life and healing outcomes is perfectly aligned with our mission.”

ActivArmor is currently available at the clinics listed on their website ( and covered by most insurance.