Kinex Medical Company is the largest supplier of CPM's in the US. CPM's (Continuous Passive Motion) devices perform passive range of motion to a knee, shoulder, or other joint following orthopedic surgery. CPM's are typically used for 3-6 weeks after surgery to help restore extension and flexion range to the affected limb. This therapy is inexpensive and typically performed at home, allowing the patient to control frequency, duration, and intensity.


The KinexConnect pairs a traditional CPM machine with an Android tablet. The tablet controls the machine while it collects, stores and reports utilization and outcome data. Our next-generation knee rehab system helps physicians stay connected with patients, allowing them to be discharged faster.

Elbow CPM

The KE2™ Elbow CPM is a 4-point system designed to help patients safely achieve and maintain full elbow range of motion following surgery. The machine is designed to reduce patient discomfort and promote better compliance.

Shoulder CPM

The KS2™ Shoulder CPM provides Phase I rehabilitation therapy in the comfort of a patient’s home. CPM therapy is proven to provide high-quality, cost-effective care that leads to improved post-surgical outcomes.

Hand CPM

Kinex has two options for hand rehabilitation. The Kinetec Maestra Hand CPM and the QAL Medical 6000 X Waveflex Hand CPM. Each offers a specific range of motion to target different areas. Kinex Hand CPM therapy leads to fewer traditional PT visits and earlier returns to work and other activities.

Clinical and experimental research supports KinexCONNECT CPM as the most effective treatment option for maximizing the following outcomes:

  • Safety
  • Pain management
  • Patient compliance
  • Improved range of motion
  • Improved function
  • Patient satisfaction
  • Cost-effectiveness

Expert Delivery, Setup, and Training

Our highly-trained technicians deliver and setup machines in the patient’s home under the supervision of a prescribing physician. We provide expert training and ongoing support for all of our patients.