Smart sensors for crutches to monitor the load on the limbs after

Femoral neck fractures 

Pelvic ring fractures

Calcaneus (heel bone) fractures

Femoral fractures

Ankle fractures

Hip fractures

Achilles tendon injuries

Fractures of the foot

Osteoarthritis of the knee or hip joint

Fibular fractures

Patellar injuries

Joint replacements

Damage to ankle or knee ligaments

Foot dislocations

Ankle dislocations

In most studies, patients placed more than twice the prescribed pressure on the lower limb.

This can lead to devastating consequences:

Complications related to limb-fixing devices

  1. Aseptic loosening of retainer elements:
    a) loosening of osseous retainer screws
    b) migration of screws or spokes
    c) loosening of intramedullary retainer locking screws
    d) loosening of the intramedullary shaft
    e) loosening of the blade of the osseous plate or blocked epiphyseal screws (LCP, DHS, DCS systems)
    f) teething of wire seam
  2. Lock deformation:
    a) deformation of the plate
    b) deformation of the intramedullary shaft
    c) deformation of the locking screws of the intramedullary retainer
  3. Fracture of the latch:
    a) fracture of osseous or intraosseous fixator screws
    b) migration of screws or spokes
    c) plate fracture
    d) fracture of the intramedullary shaft
    d) rupture of the wire seam

Complications related to bone devices

a) loosening or teething of spokes or transosseous rods of an external fixer
b) fracture of spokes or transosseous rods of an external fixator
c) destabilization or damage to the external structure of the AVF

Complications related to internal orthopedic devices

a) transplant migration
b) transplant fracture
c) fixation migration after consolidation is completed

Late load complications

a) vein thrombosis of the lower extremities
b) thromboembolic complications
c) muscle and joint contractures
d) muscle weakness and muscle volume reduction
e) gait stereotype disturbances

* studies took here

Use ComeBack Mobility to get rid of complications during the rehabilitation period

Stop guessing whether your patients are correctly following their load limitations and keeping a rehabilitation diary.

What does the patient receive?

Remote control

No need for additional doctor visits

Faster recovery

With timely metered axial load, recovery goes faster

Reduce risk of complications

Notifications prevent complications

Key advantages for patients

No need to visit a doctor all the time

Program tailored to a patient’s weight and rehab period

To get started, just install the app and follow the guide

Warns about unsafe behavior

Download the patient’s mobile app