Spentys' Blog

Read all about the implementation of 3D technology in the medical sector here.
Learn more
Thierry Willigenburg
Common Immobilization Injuries
An orthosis increases the freedom of movement and independence due to its supportive function and conducive effect on health, but for what pathological target groups might this be applicable? In this series of articles, Spentys offers an introduction to common injuries utilizing the correcting, easing or immobilizing characteristics of externally applied medical devices.
Read Article
Thierry Willigenburg
Common Immobilization Injuries | Syndromes & Specific Diseases
An orthosis increases the freedom of movement and independence due to its supportive function and conducive effect on health, but for what pathological target groups might this be applicable? The second article in this series will introduce the orthopedic problems arising from syndromes and specific diseases.
Read Article
Lander Veulemans
3D customised immobilisation devices and their benefits in the rehabilitation process
After a surgical intervention or severe sports injury, a patient should initiate the rehabilitation process as early as practicable. Because the use of orthoses is inevitable in most cases, Spentys wants to highlight the importance of such orthopedic medical devices and more particularly the 3D printed ones. The following article will be focused on underlining the benefits of 3D printed orthopedic devices, with an emphasis on sports injuries.
Read Article
Lander Veulemans
Regulatory issues and challenges for 3D-printed medical devices
3D printing, a type of additive manufacturing, has been on the rise in the medical world. The process of creating a three-dimensional item by constructing successive layers of raw material has already proven its purpose in orthopedic surgery and related fields in the last 10 years.
Read Article
Most popular articles
Find our most read articles here below