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Bresnan has been using an uncomfortable looking continuous passive motion machine, which helps aid, his recovery by constantly moving the joint through a controlled range of motion, the paper said.
The brace is ideal for patients who require controlled range of motion and quick locking capabilities at 0, 10, 20, and 30 degrees of extension.
The M6-L's compressible polymer nucleus is designed to simulate the function of the native nucleus, while the surrounding multi-layer high tensile strength fiber annulus is intended to facilitate a controlled range of motion in multiple directions.