Post musculoskeletal injury of the foot and ankle
Post Botox or serial casting
Stable fractures of the foot and ankle
Tendon or ligamentous tear/rupture
Early Intervention for the evolving rehab patient
CVA, TBI, SCI and Diabetic neuropathy
Facilitation of functional knee and ankle joint position
Allows for optimal dorsi/plantar flexion ankle positioning to provide adequate clearance during swing phase and knee stability in stance phase
The dynamic flex action supplies continuous counterforce to the plantar surface of the foot assisting in the correction of foot drop, foot and ankle contractures and deformity.
Its adjustable toe post relieves pressure on the toes and can be positioned to the side in the treatment of malleolus and lateral ulcers.
A rotator bar positioned to the side that controls hip and leg rotation providing functional alignment.