AML Adjustable Hip Abductor

Paediatric Hip Orthotis

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Offers 90-degree hip flexion as well as abduction adjustability range of 40-180 degrees. This adjustable hip orthosis is made of a durable plastic shell that is lined with closed-cell foam. It is lightweight and open, allowing it to be cool and comfortable. The one piece construction makes it easy to apply. Can be trimmed to ensure optimal fit.

Also known as a Rhino Splint.

  • This product is recommended for single patient use. Do not reuse on multiple patients.
  • Follow a qualified healthcare provider's instructions regarding usage and infection control
Sizes Available Waist Circumference
X-Small 330 - 430 mm
Small 360 - 460 mm
Medium 410 - 510 mm
Large 430 - 530 mm

Where can I see and try on the different braces and supports?

Since many of the products we sell need to be prescribed by a physiotherapist or fitted by an orthotist, we recommend you discuss this with a specialist first. However, if you already know what you need, you are welcome to buy directly from us through this website. If you need additional help, our Customer Care Team are on the phones from 8am to 5.30pm every weekday - you can email them (click here) or phone them on 0800 31 61 81.

How can I purchase these items?

If you know exactly what it is that you are after, you can purchase it through this site or you can call our Customer Care Team and they will take your order over the phone.  

Will ACC pay for the cost of the brace or support?

If you require the product due to the result of an accident, you may be able to have this item covered by ACC. We recommend that you discuss this with your ACC Case Manager first. We are unable to charge ACC for any products unless we receive a purchase order from them. 

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