reasons to Use Woodcast

Less chemicals. More coffee breaks.

Improve Patient Throughput

Splint upper limbs up to 60% faster with our pre-cut splints that require minimal prep and no clean-up.

Save Operating Room Minutes

Free up bottleneck capacity by using Woodcast in the operating room.

Eliminate Irritants and Toxins

Unlike plaster, fiberglass and plastic casts, Woodcast contains no toxins, irritants or dusts.

No Water, No Gloves

You don't need to watch out for stains and cleaning after.

Reduce Burnout Risk

Our material puts the focus on treating the patient and away from dealing with water and mess.

Safe for Animals

Sleep better when you know that gnawing on the splint isn't going to poison the animal.

Say Hello to Bedside Casting

Woodcast works anywhere with electricity – no faucets, sinks, or special ventilation needed.

Save the Planet

The average hospital saves 500 kg waste and 10,000 liters of water by using Woodcast.


Splinting should be safe, simple and effective. That’s why Woodcast only contains two well-researched ingredients.

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    Clean blend of wood and biodegradable polymer
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    No isocyanates, latex or phthalates
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    Fully biodegradable

Patient-specific fit

Woodcast stays moldable for two minutes. It can always be reheated to find the perfect shape. Once the desired shape is found, instantly set it with Freeze Spray.

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    1M+ patients treated
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    No bounce-back effect
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    96% of hospitals that tried Woodcast have continued using it

Great caregivers deserve safe and effective tools. Woodcast makes it easy.

We use Woodcast for all applications. It's easy to use and remould. It took some time to get used to the material, but after several weeks it became easier.

Michiel Moens
St. Jansdal Hospital

This splinting material is a delight to use. In the short time I have been using the material, it has proven versatile, clean and remarkably easy to apply.

Jaycee Bricolage
Orthopaedic Practitioner

We have been using Woodcast for several years. We need splints in many sizes for different animals and applications, and Woodcast has been working well for our purposes – we teach it to all new veterinary medicine students.

Pauli Keränen
DVM, PhD, Specialist in Small Animal Diseases
Helsinki Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Questions & Answers

What is Woodcast used for?
Woodcast is used for casting, splinting, and bracing.
Who can use Woodcast?
Our most common users are emergency departments, orthopaedic departments, wards, hand therapists, podiatrists and veterinary clinics.
How does Woodcast affect my results?
Several RCTs have shown Woodcast to have similar treatment outcomes as traditional casting materials. The positive effects of Woodcast are improved patient and staff satisfaction, faster throughput times and reduced operating costs.
What are the alternatives?
Main alternatives for Woodcast are Plaster-of-Paris, synthetic and polyester casts, fiberglass casts and thermoplastics. Out of these, Woodcast is the only material that doesn't have any health hazards associated with it.
How is Woodcast different from alternatives?
Woodcast can provide the same clinical benefits with faster application time and lower toxin and allergen exposure. It's remoldable and X-ray transparent.
What does the product contain?
Woodcast is made of clean wood and a biodegradeable polymer. It does not contain toxins, allergens, isocyanates, phthalates, latex or dusts.
How can I purchase Woodcast?
We have a global distributor network, check the availability here. If we don't have distribution in your country, you can leave us a request.
What does it cost?
The material cost of Woodcast is roughly the same as synthetic materials. However, materials are only a tiny fraction of casting-related costs, and with the time savings, our customers actually end up saving money.
What is required of me to use Woodcast?
You will need some space for a heating device, and introductory training provided by us.