Innovative Solutions to Improve Mobility & Comfort
Since 1990, Tamarack Habilitation Technologies has been trusted by healthcare professionals worldwide to help improve mobility and prevent skin breakdown. From the original Tamarack Flexure Joint® for custom orthopedic bracing to the company’s line of strategic friction reduction products for rubbing, blister, and decubitus ulcer (“bedsore”) prevention, Tamarack offers a wide range of products designed to extend user mobility and comfort every day.Explore Solutions
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Tamarack Flexure Joint
Trusted by Healthcare Providers Since 1995
Utilized in the fabrication of custom ankle-foot orthotics (AFOs) and other lower & upper extremity braces for more than 20 years, Tamarack Flexure Joints are trusted by healthcare providers around the world due to their effectiveness and superior durability. Explore our comprehensive lineup of flexure joint solutions, accessories, and hardware.
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ShearBan: Targeted Protection from Painful Rubbing and Skin Breakdown
Enjoy immediate relief and lasting protection against blisters, calluses, and diabetic foot ulcers with ShearBan® self-adhesive PTFE sheets & precut patches. Apply directly to footwear, insoles, prosthetic sockets and orthopedic braces for immediate relief and lasting protection from discomfort and skin breakdown.
GlideWear: Protection Against Skin Breakdown & Pressure Ulcers
Featuring our patented dual-layer fabric technology, GlideWear products provide targeted protection against discomfort and skin breakdown. Choose from a variety of products for amputees, wheelchair users, bed-bound individuals, and more.
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