Stylish 3D printed back brace brings fashionable look to female scoliosis patients

November 8, 2016

Though 3D printed medical devices often play a very important medical role and can greatly improve the lives of patients of all ages, they usually also have an additional role in young patients: to restore some of their confidence and help them live a life that is as normal as possible. A 3D printed hand prosthesis can quickly make a boy without a hand cooler than his classmates, and do wonders for his self-esteem. UNYQ is now doing the same for young girls and teenagers suffering from scoliosis. While common braces tend to look hideous and destroy any opportunity to feel good about their own appearance, UNYQ’s very stylish 3D printed brace can complete a fashionable look rather than detract from it.

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