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Core-Max Expedition TLSO with Rigid Posterior X-Panel
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  1. The Core-Max Expedition is a lightweight and versatile pediatric TLSO incorporating all the benefits of a traditional SPIO orthosis with a rigid posterior trunk support system.

    1. The Core-Max Expedition provides abundant and consistent sensory stimulation via compression. SPIO orthoses provide two and a half times more compression than athletic compression wear. All SPIOs are made of high-quality, specially milled fabric that is lightweight, wick-able and breathable. The unique SPIO fabric maintains its compression, even after prolonged use, and features high-rebound properties and a strong neutral memory that assists the wearer in returning the body to mid-line.

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    The Core-Max Expedition features a posterior panel system. The unique X shape and construction of these mold-able and flexible Kydex panels provides greater stability than stays, while still allowing functional range of motion. Each SPIO X-Panel TLSO includes two panels of different dimensions and support, and a pair of rigid stays. The two panels offer different degrees of rigidity and trunk support, but both fit snuggly within a pocket on the posterior neoprene panel. Providers may use:

    • • Both panels simultaneously to provide maximal support.
    • • The larger X to provide significant support.
    • • The smaller X to provide less support.
    • • Stays, provided with the system, when minimal support is needed.
    • • The neoprene back panel alone, to provide compression without mechanical support.


    The Core-Max Expedition can be utilized for a broad spectrum of children with varying levels of hypotonia. As a child demonstrates improved trunk control, the TLSO can be transformed by removing the panels, replacing them with stays, or worn without and ridged components. It is a progressive TLSO system that can be modified to meet each child's needs, even as those needs change.


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  2. The Core-Max Expedition can be utilized for a broad spectrum of children with varying levels of hypotonia. As a child demonstrates improved trunk control, the TLSO can be transformed by removing the panels, replacing them with stays, or worn without and ridged components. It is a progressive TLSO system that can be modified to meet each child's needs, even as those needs change.
    • Double Layer Lycra/Nylon Fabric
    • Microperforated Neoprene
    • 1" Hook and Loop
    • 100% Latex-Free
    • Kydex X Panel
    • Available Colors: Black

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  • Improved Postural Alignment
  • " I just wanted to let you know that I have tried all of the new SPIO orthotics, and have been very pleased with the alternatives you are offering. I see improved postural alignment in each of my patients, when the new SPIO trunk supports are applied according to their individual needs. I do feel that when applied appropriately, the SPIO does provide the sensory input that many of my patients can benefit from, especially now that you offer so many varieties of trunk support. "

  • Date: May 03, 2016
  • By: Leslie Olsen, P.T., C/NDT
  • X Panel
  • " Compared with the hard TLSO, the soft one can provide support and also let the child using the muscle. I think that is the reason why our PT from Duke Children Hospital recommend this product to my son (SMA strong type 1). After using this product, I introduced this to other SMA children in China and bought 29 pieces for them. Brad, the general manager is very helpful and definitely wonderful person. We asked a lot of questions because those 29 children all has different requests, he can either answer them for us or find their PT to give us the right answer. So far, no return or exchange. And we will order more in the future! Thanks. "

  • Date: May 26, 2016
  • By: Michelle Zeng

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