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Custom Footwear

Custom Footwear

The Kintech team expertly modifies and creates custom footwear to make your walking experience more comfortable! After a thorough assessment of your medical, physical and biomechanical issues, we put together an appropriate design for your custom footwear.  The birth of your customized shoes takes place in our state-of-the-art and fully equipment lab located in Mississauga,… Read More ›

Braces

Braces

The human body is an amazing machine, but sometimes needs assistance when pushed too hard through rigorous exercise or medical conditions arise. Kintech provides bracing for a variety of affected joints and body parts.  We provide patients with custom bracing, sports bracing, specialized custom devices and orthoses such as DAFOs, hip-knee-ankle-foot orthoses, knee-ankle-foot orthoses and… Read More ›

Helmets

Helmets

Kintech provides custom cranial remoulding helmets for infants affected by plagiocephaly ( flattening of the skull ) We pay attention to details. Every orthosis can be personalized with different coloured padding, velcro straps, coloured plastic and custom graphic designs like cartoon characters to make the helmet more appealing to children. Read More ›

Scoliosis

Scoliosis

The Most common symptom of scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine. For young developing spines, Kintech provides a  custom  spinal control device  known as the Cheneau brace recommended by a leading paediatric teaching hospital  in the GTA. The brace consists of a asymmetric thermoplastic shell made from an accurate plaster model taken from… Read More ›

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Latest Story

Patty

Patty

A sudden and life-changing stroke In November of 2007, Patty had a complete physical with her doctor.  She was the picture of health–so good in fact, she was used in a survey her doctor was conducting,  but on April 23rd, 2008 the unthinkable happened.  While attending a safety video for Habitat for Humanity at Camosun College… Read Full Story »