Welcome to Spok Brasil Ltda.
Spok Brasil has accumulated more than two decades of experience in the field of orthosis and sports accessories. It began its activities by distributing only sports equipment such as anklets, shin guards, knee pads, calf support, thigh support, elbow support and also wristband support produced later.
The company is one of the reference factories in the field of orthosis and orthopedic line products. In addition to manufacturing more than 50 different items it also invests in research on new technologies and materials.
It manufactures and launches the line DIGIPULSO NEOPRENE, for therapeutic use. Neoprene material, composed of thermal and synthetic rubber, allows greater capacity of heat retention, facilitating the blood circulation and efficiently protecting the muscles, tendons and joints.
With a production of more than 45,000 units per month, Spok Brazil Ortopedia Ltda. serves a large part of Brazil, besides having the capacity and availability to meet foreign markets orders through its export sector.
Provide high quality products to assist in the prevention and rehabilitation of injuries.
To be a reference company with national and international recognition in the segment of orthopedic and sports products.
Human valorization of employees, professional ethics, social commitment and respect for people.
Represents a syndrome of pain in the upper limbs, with complaint of great functional incapacity, caused primarily by the excessive use of the upper limbs in recurrent tasks that develop local movements or forced postures.
Ergonomics, or Human Factors or Human Factors & Ergonomics, expressions by which it is known in the United States of America is the scientific discipline related to understanding the interactions between humans and other elements of a system. It is also the profession that applies theory, principles, data, and methods to design and optimize human well-being and the overall performance of a system.
The more than twenty technical subgroups of the Society of Human Factors and Ergonomics (Human Factors and Ergonomics Society - HFES) indicate the broad range of applications of this science. The human factors engineering continues to be applied to, aging, transportation, nuclear environment, health care, information technology,product design (product design), virtual environments and others. Kim Vicente, ergonomics professor University of Toronto, says that the Chernobyl nuclear accident can be attributed to the fact that installation designers do not pay enough attention to human factors. "The operators were trained, but the complexity of the reactor and the control panels exceeded their ability to understand what they They were seeing, lasting disaster of the prelude. "
Ergonomic issues also appear in simple systems and consumer products. Examples include mobile phones and other hand computing devices that continue decreasing in size and It is becoming increasingly complex. Thousands of video cassette recorders still flashing "12:00" in around the world, because few people can figure out how to program them, or alarm clocks that allow sleepy users inadvertently turn off the alarm when intended only silence him momentarily.
A user-centered design, also known as systems approach, or engineering life cycle usability helps to improve the fit between user and system.
The pain in the joints, also called joint pain, a sensation of discomfort, pain or discomfort in one or more joints of the body. Joint pain may occur with or without muscle movement and can be severe enough to limit the movement. People also often describe the pain as discomfort in the joints, swelling, burning sensation, or stiffness.
The joints are complex structures including, besides the bone ends, cartilage, synovial membrane, ligaments, tendons and bursae and it is thanks to them that we can get moving. The joints are moving constantly, so that problems are not uncommon in these regions.
Numerous other causes may be behind the joint pain. Look:
- Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus
- Chondromalacia patella
- Drop (especially in the big toe)
- Infectious diseases, including viral-Syndrome Epstein-Barr
- Hepatitis A, B or C
- The flu
- Lyme disease
- Rheumatic fever
- Varicella (chickenpox)
- Injuries, including fractures.
- Septic Arthritis
- Effort out of the ordinary or overuse, including strains and sprains.