|1.||Place stockinette on upper (humeral) and lower (ulnar) portion of arm.|
|2.||Loosen all straps and slide over affected arm with range of motion hinge aligned on outer (lateral) side of elbow joint.|
|3.||Position humeral cuff on upper arm with deltoid cap resting comfortably on shoulder joint, making sure it allows for comfortable flexion of elbow joint (Note: farthest end of humeral cuff may be trimmed and bottom strap moved up if desired). Position ulnar cuff on lower arm, making sure not to limit wrist movement.|
|4.||Hinge axis with condyle pad should be aligned with center of elbow joint and may be adjusted to appropriate arm length by moving hinge arms up or down on Humeral or Ulnar cuff.|
|5.||Gently tighten straps, making sure not to over tighten.|
|6.||Range of motion may be adjusted on hinge by setting pins to desired degrees of flexion/extension with wrench.|
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