The PRAFO® Orthosis, which is a totally adjustable, custom-fitted AFO that can help manage many of the ankle/foot anomalies. Clinically proven for effective ambulation, controls dorsi-plantar flexion infinite measureable adjustments, custom-contoured, malleable aluminum heel connector, malleable aluminum anti-rotation bar. Compatible with all liner variations that we offer if applicable, proven superior integrity of the superstructure. Available in Adult standard and Pediatric standard.
AFO Push ortho
The Push AFO offers excellent support in the case of loss of ability to lift the foot and problems in controlling the foot when walking. The innovative design allows for a natural gait and makes safe and efficient walking possible again. The Push ortho Ankle Foot Orthosis lifts the foot during the swing phase, controls the plantar flexion after heel strike and then allows unimpeded rolling of the foot. In addition, the orthosis offers lateral stability to the ankle joint. The elastic straps of the Push AFO are adjustable. This allows the degree of dynamic foot lift during the swing phase to be determined according to the individual needs of the user. On heel strike, the restraining function of the elastic straps ensures a well-controlled plantar flexion. During stance phase, the Push AFO allows flexion and extension in the ankle joint and allows the (remaining) function of the calf muscles to be addressed during the rolling of the foot. The result is an efficient and natural gait. Where normally the shoe allows for fixation of the orthosis around the foot, the Push AFO has its own fixing strap system. This innovative construction allows the Push AFO to be used with light footwear such as indoors in slippers.
VPULSE improves patient outcomes, reduces the total cost of the orthopedic episode and increases patient satisfaction to deliver more time well spent. VPULSE helps patients achieve complete, comfortable recoveries through delivery of three distinct therapies: Rapid impulse calf compression to help prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Motorized cold therapy to help reduce operative site discomfort and inflammation Wound compression to further help reduce operative site inflammation