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LORI Stander is most frequently for individuals with: cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophies, palsies of different aetiology, spina bifida, myelomeningocele, conditions following spinal injuries, conditions following craniocerebral trauma, conditions resulting from strokes, posture defects, scoliosis.

Verticalization with bilateral leg abduction is of crucial significance in such case. This function of the Lori Stander allows to adjust legs within the frontal plane in a way, which enables proper positioning of the femoral head in the socket. As a result we can achieve an abduction ensuring appropriate placement of the hip joint, and by the same we can prevent hip dysplasia.

  • Improving the functioning of the cardiovascular system
  • Preventing and treating venostases
  • Improving lung ventilation and preventing pneumonia
  • Preventing pulmonary emboluses
  • Preventing and treating osteoporosis
  • Preventing and treating retentions within the urinary system
  • Improving intestinal passage
  • Preventing muscle atrophy
  • Preventing and treating contractures
  • Treating and slowing the progression of scoliosis in children and young adults who have lost the ability to walk


Manual - Lori Stander