Introduction to Fabricating with High Consistency Silicone Rubber
Date of course: May 21, 2021 Time: 8am-5pm
8 CEU credits offered to Orthotic and Prosthetic professionals (submitted to ABC)
Cost: $300 early registration
$350 late registration after April 20, 2021
Course limited to 25 participants
HCR silicone rubber is a versatile material that is inert, very flexible, and suitable for prosthetic use. HCR silicone rubbers are clay like in the pre-cured state and may be formed into almost any shape without the need to build complex molds. Fabricate liners, partial feet, hand and finger appliances.
Available as a two-part system, this compound is mixed with the help of a two-roll mill and baked at a low temperature to achieve cured, durable rubber. It is available in several compatible formulations that produce different finished firmness. Add new power to your problem solving capabilities with these adaptable, elastic, ultra-strong materials.
Attendees will learn the essential principles for making a variety of prosthetic and orthotic devices, and each attendee will fabricate a silicone liner during the course.
Stefan Knauss, MAMS, CPO. Mr. Knauss has been practicing orthotics and prosthetics for more than 30 years. He is the owner of Aesthetic Prosthetics, Inc. a company primarily dedicated to anaplastology since 1999. His specialized research and work with silicone rubbers has given him a comprehensive understanding of its applications for orthotics and prosthetics.
Location: Loma Linda Orthotics & Prosthetics Program
1500 Crafton Avenue, Mentone, California 92359
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