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THUASNE AND YOU
Une pathologie particulière ?
Thuasne vous conseille
et vous accompagne
et vous accompagne
It was in 1847, in Paris, that the company that would become the Thuasne Group was created. Since then, thousands of employees have been committed to a single goal: health.
You have osteoarthritis of the knee and would like to start, continue or resume a sports activity... but you are worried about being limited by your condition?
Making a few changes to your diet can help relieve the symptoms of osteoarthritis of the knee (or gonarthrosis) and slow down its progression. Improving the balance of your diet and favouring joint-protecting foods is easy and really helps.
Respect for the environment
Today, Thuasne is making 40% of turnover outside France. The company is determined to continue this development and make the most of opportunities related to the growth of the international
10th International Lymphoedema Framework Conference
The 10th International Lymphoedema Framework Conference, organized together with the Danish Wound Healing Society (DWHS), will take place from 18 to 20 November 2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
This conference is
New partnership between Thuasne and OPUM brings artificial intelligence to osteoarthritis bracing
The partnership’s focus is to digitize musculoskeletal care by using objective data, determining the best treatment methods for OA.
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THUASNE, A FRENCH LEADER IN ORTHOPAEDIC PRODUCTS
As a European leader, but, above all, an innovative, family-run company, Thuasne endeavours to constantly perfect its products, in order to meet the expectations of today’s patients - who have become “actients” or active players in their own health - and offer them appropriate treatment solutions. These improvements concern comfort and ergonomics, as well as medical performance. Operating within a veritable health ecosystem, Thuasne has forged close links with health professionals from a broad range of fields, thereby enabling it to address the main disease families.