Ankle Rehabilitative Product Design is a type of design that focuses on creating medical products and tools that can aid in the recovery of ankles that have been affected by physical injury or medical conditions such as arthritis. This type of design is based on the understanding that an effective product must be comfortable, ergonomic and provide adequate support. The design of the product should consider the anatomical structure of the ankle, balance between mobility and stability, and the surrounding environment in order to ensure that the product is effective in alleviating pain and providing support. The design of rehabilitative products for the ankle must also consider any pre-existing conditions the user may have, such as the presence of edema, as well as the user’s lifestyle, activity level, and any other factors that can influence the effectiveness of the product.
Ankle Rehabilitation, Product Design, Orthopedic Products.
CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Ankle Rehabilitative Product Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=191421 (Accessed on April 01, 2023)"
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