Kinetec 5190 Ankle CPM

Three-axis design and adjustable supports provide anatomically correct motion to the ankle and subtalar joint, while the tilting base, variable speed settings and handheld controller enhance patient comfort. Designed for use in a chair or bed, this versatile machine is quiet, easy to use and extremely stable.


The Brava Ankle CPM Specifications:
Range of Motion: Ankle Plantar flexion 40 degrees
Dorsiflexion 30 degrees
Subtalar: Valgus 25 degrees
Abduction 25 degrees
Varus 25 degrees
Adduction 25 degrees
Speed 10 settings
Force (5 settings) 1: 8.8 lb. (4.0 kg)
2: 9.9 lb. (4.5 kg)
3: 11.0 lb. (5.0 kg)
4: 12.1 lb. (5.5 kg)
5: 13.2 lb. (6.0 kg)
Base tilt: Variable up to 50 degrees
Weight 27.5 lb. (12.5 kg)
Modes of
Mode 1: Ankle motion only
Mode 2: Subtalar motion only
Mode 3: Combined ankle and subtalar
Three-axis design Provides ankle and subtalar motion
Heavy-duty construction Provides stable platform for injured extremity
Can be used in a bed or chair Versatile application of therapy
Quiet operation Increases patient comfort
Ensures anatomical alignment
Variable force settings More precise treatment protocol
Variable speed settings Patient comfort
Hand-held controller Convenience
Tilting base Allows knee flexion, which increases patient comfort
Programmable Custom protocols can be entered
Timer Monitor patient use
Bright LED display Easy to read
Automatic load reversal Safety
UL-listed Safety and reliability
TGA Listed Listed on ARTG under AUST L 25606

Continuous passive motion therapy is effective in the treatment of many clinical indications for ankle dysfunction including:

  • Joint distortion and contusion
  • Prolonged joint immobilization
  • Synovectomies
  • Burns
  • Joint arthroplasty
  • Passive mobilization of the following fractures repaired through open reduction
  • and internal fixation (ORIF).
  • Malleolar fractures
  • Distal tibia fractures
  • Talus fractures
  • Calcaneal fractures
  • Passive mobilization of the ankle after conservative treatment of lesions
  • Surgical lengthening of the Achilles tendon due to post-trauma stiffness
Cleaning Instructions Step 1
Switch off CPM unit and remove power cord
Step 2
Spray a disinfectant product onto the surfaces (plastic support, plastic covers,
metal parts)
Step 3
Hygienic pads are machine washable with chlorine bleach
Step 4
For optimal hygiene, a new set of pads should be used for each patient
  Contraindications / Precautions
  • Not to be used in the presence of untreated or uncontrolled infection, unstable fractures or spastic paralysis
4621004901 Kinetec* 5190* Ankle CPM Machine
4650000167 Replacement Straps
4650000753 Replacement Pads

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