Tamarack Launches Motion Control Component for Tamarack Flexure Joint Product Line | Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, Inc.

Tamarack Habilitation Technologies is pleased to announce the availability of an adjustable plantarflexion motion control option!

Tamarack-PF-Limiter-GroupThe Tamarack Plantarflexion Limiter Kit provides 30 degrees of precision adjustability. Kits are available in medium and large sizes, can be used with thermoplastic and carbon fiber construction, and include a set of reusable Molding Dummies. Tamarack Flexure Joints are sold separately.

“We’re very pleased to introduce this motion control option for the Tamarack Flexure Joint product line, expanding the clinical design options available to orthotists when fabricating custom ankle-foot orthoses,” reports Jason Pawelsky, Sales & Marketing Manager.

Additionally, Tamarack is preparing to introduce a dorsiflexion motion control option in the fall of 2015 to offer complete range of motion adjustability for the Tamarack Flexure Joint® product line.

The Tamarack Plantarflexion Limiter Kit is sold worldwide by Becker Orthopedic (Troy, Michigan USA). Contact Becker Orthopedic or your preferred O&P supplier to order the Tamarack Plantarflexion Limiter Kit.

About Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, Inc.

Based in Blaine, Minnesota, Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, Inc. is a med-tech product development and manufacturing company specializing in ankle-foot biomechanics, custom wheelchair seating, and friction management technologies. Tamarack products are distributed worldwide in the O&P, complex rehab, and sports medicine markets.

For more information about Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, visit www.tamarackhti.com

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Contact:

Jason Pawelsky, Sales & Marketing Manager

Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, Inc.

Ph: 763-795-0057

jasonp@tamarackhti.com

3 Comments on “Tamarack Launches Motion Control Component for Tamarack Flexure Joint Product Line

  1. Linda Barber

    Wow. Technology even have casted its magic stroke in health sector too I believe. I second anything that is build to support people suffering with mobility. Keep marching.

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