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MAXFRAME® Patient Care Program   

Additional patient support is available with the MAXFRAME® Patient Care Program.

MAXFRAME® Patient Care Program

MAXFRAME® Patient Care Program

Additional patient support is available with the MAXFRAME® Patient Care Program. This program focuses specifically on patients undergoing treatment with the MAXFRAME Multi-Axial Correction System. The program is designed to to help patients adequately prepare for deformity correction surgery and postoperative recovery.

The cornerstone of the program is the MAXFRAME Patient Care Program App featuring "MAX" as the patient ambassador. MAX provides an Action Plan, a library of educational content, and pushes content specific to the phase of treatment. Please follow up with your surgeon in regards to accessing these resources during your treatment.

Pain Management

Adjusting the frame may be uncomfortable or painful. Pain may be worse when the skin or nerves are stretched. To assist pain relief, we recommend that you take medication as prescribed by your surgeon. Your doctor may recommend an over the counter pain medication, such as TYLENOL®, after discharge from the hospital. Your physician may prescribe a pain medication.

If you'd like help managing any medication that is prescribed/recommended by a health care professional, check out the Care4Today™ Mobile Health Manager and Medication Reminder App. This medication management application may help you stay on your medication schedule.



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The performance of limb deformity surgery depends on age, weight, activity level and other factors. There are potential risks and recovery takes time. People with conditions limiting rehabilitation should not have this surgery. Only an orthopaedic surgeon can tell if limb deformity surgery is right for you.

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