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Digital orthopaedics

The human body is complex and admirable, yet this complexity provides greater scope for musculoskeletal injuries and diseases. The specialty of orthopaedics helps patients treat physical deficits and restore optimal quality of movement and life through medical devices such as insoles, orthotics, prosthetics and many others. Orthopaedists or orthopaedic technicians still work increasingly by hand and close to people’s bodies, but  digitalization is providing new impetus here, as well.

What exactly is behind digital solutions for orthopaedics? How are they implemented and what advantages do they offer? Learn more about national and international companies that already offer digital orthopaedic technologies in the current arcoro CONNECT.

Facts at a glance

According to a study, the demand for orthopaedic aids in Germany is growing by around 4% annually. With the help of a 3D scanner, it will be possible in the future for orthopaedists to digitally capture areas of the body, use CAD software to process the data from the scan result into a digital model, and mill or print an individual, true-to-size image from it.

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