JJD teamed up with the Orthopaedic Implant Company (OIC) to develop an Intramedullary Nail system. This included a range of implant nails and the associated instruments along with surgical animations. The system received its FDA clearance in mid-2015, and part of it has already been released, click here for more details.
This project is part of JJD’s mission to provide better healthcare to all. Make2Enable is proposed to be a self-sustaining and open-making platform for a community of users, makers, designers, and clinicians giving them the tools to make affordable, standard-compliant and locally driven Assistive Health Technology. We embarked on this project with an open making wheelchair as part of an … Read More
JJD provides clinical Rehabilitation Engineering support into NHS posture & mobility services across the country. Working within NHS multi disciplinary teams we help provide wheelchair, special seating and special controls assessments and provision. Some services we have worked in include the Regional Posture & Mobility Services (West Midlands), Camden Wheelchair Service and Gloucester Wheelchair Service. Resources: Rehabilitation Engineering Services: Functions, Competencies … Read More
The JJD team worked with Birmingham Community Healthcare to digitise their existing engineering records of in house wheelchair seating products from 2D to 3D CAD. Keeping all their engineering drawings electronically allowed them to access and update drawings easily, and ensured better conformance to standards and regulations, including ISO 9001.