Modern “dynamic” methods of bone fracture and other treatments in orthopedic practice aim to eliminate the complications from the use of rigid and long-term immobilization with plaster or synthetic casting materials. Current state-of-the-art treatment approaches in orthopedics favor intermittent use of immobilization in combination with limited exercise and physiological stress on the injured bone in order to stimulate the healing process. LTTP materials, because of the ease of application, removal and re-installation, allow for limited and safe mobilization of the injured extremities, a condition that is desirable for optimal recovery, functional treatment or additional therapy.