Orfibrace NS is a unique rigid and supportive material for your patients. Its high resistance to stretch offers you excellent control while molding.  It has a superior surface finish. Orfibrace NS is unique in that it can be activated in a splint pan or in the oven, according to its coated surface.


  • High resistance to stretch and low drape.
  • High rigidity.
  • Moderate memory.
  • Non-stick coated material.
  • Excellent resistance to fingerprints.
  • Smooth surface finish.
  • Easy to trim and smooth edges.

How it works and looks

  • Easy handling and control of material during moulding.
  • Very strong material which holds its shape perfectly against increased tone. Excellent for all mechanical attachments.
  • Remouldable. Splints can be adjusted easily after local reheating.
  • Coating eliminates accidental bonding. Material will not stick during moulding onto bandages.
  • Allows to apply pressure during the fabrication of the orthosis.
  • Comfortable and pleasant surface feel, which stimulates patient compliance.

Recommended applications

  • Ideal for all large and rigid orthoses.
  • Well-suited for trunk corsets, ankle supports, elbow, forearm and wrist orthoses.
  • Ideal material for permanent bracing.
  • Excellent material to fabricate anti-spasticity orthoses.
  • Ideal to mould onto positive plaster moulds protected by a cotton lining.
Product Information & Education

Visit our Useful Information & Educate Yourself pages for instructional videos, upcoming splinting workshops, guides for the fabrication of static and dynamic splints and frequently asked questions.

Related articles
How Effective Are Orthoses for Spasticity?
Orthoses and stretching to reduce post-stroke spasticity
Orthoses are routinely used to treat spasticity. But how effective are these? A recent systematic review seeks to provide guidance.
Read more
The Muenster Orthosis and Sugar Tong Orthosis
Orthoses to prevent full forearm rotation
The Muenster and Sugar Tong Orthosis are two useful orthoses that help to prevent full forearm pronation and supination. Both help to position the forearm in a neutral position so that injured structures can heal.
Read more
Positioning for Immobilization in Orthotic Management
Specific positioning of safe immobilization for every joint
There is a specific position of safe immobilization for every joint that requires careful consideration. Immobilization in a different position can lead to contractures, stiffness, limited range of motion and inadequate healing.
Read more