Revolutionize Pet Orthotics with WIMBA’s Advanced Technology

Introducing WIMBA Orthotics

WIMBA brings innovation to the field of orthotics with WimbaSCAN, eliminating traditional casting methods. Now, the entire process happens painlessly for the dog and efficiently using 3D printing and AI. Discover our range of meticulously crafted orthotic solutions designed to address a variety of pet mobility issues. 

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WIMBA Stifle Orthotics

WIMBA Stifle (Knee) Brace is a supportive device that is applied externally on a stifle joint to provide stability, support recovery and reduce pain. It is recommended for dogs with partial or complete Cranial Cruciate Ligament Ruptures (CrCLR). It is an ideal solution for pets with CCL injuries, serving as a non-surgical option, preventive measure, or postoperative support device.

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WIMBA Tarsal Orthotics

WIMBA Tarsal Brace, also referred to as a tarsus or hock brace, is designed to provide stability and assist in treating tarsal-related issues, including: 

  • Achilles tendon injuries
  • Hock hyperextension and hyperflexion
  • Knuckle walking
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Ligament injuries
  • Post-surgical recovery (Achilles tendon repairs) 
  • Tendonitis
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Degenerative joint disease (OA) 

WIMBA Carpal Orthotics

WIMBA Carpal Orthosis are specialized braces designed to address front leg issues in pets, providing essential stability and support for various conditions, including:

  • Carpal hyperextension
  • Soft tissue injuries to carpal tendons/ligaments
  • Post-surgery support and protection
  • Degenerative joint disease of the carpus (DJD)
  • Fracture support

WIMBA Cervical Collar

Offering support for dogs with cervical spine conditions the brace can be used in non-surgical and postoperative situations

WIMBA Prosthetics

Tailored prosthetic solutions for pets who have undergone low limb amputations, offering support and functionality to enhance mobility and quality of life.

These indications are suggested uses only. WIMBA defers to the prescribing clinician for all clinical decisions. In our understanding, orthoses are tools and not a therapy, and when used properly—especially when combined with a multimodal approach—they become an increasingly important part of daily clinical practice as essential medical tools.