Ankle & Foot

Foot Up Othosis

Foot-Up is a lightweight ankle foot orthosis that offers dynamic support for drop foot or related disorders that require dorsiflexion support.

Plantar Fascitis Night Splint

The Adjustable Night Splint features adjustable straps for controlled application of a prolonged stretch. Non-skid tread for limited ambulation.

Dorsal Night Splint

The Dorsal Night Splint is a low profile solution for plantar fasciitis treatment.

Formfoot Ankle with figure 8

The Formfit® Ankle provides stability and protection for the ankle – whether used prophylactically, for chronic instability or following an injury. The low profile design fits easily into shoes and the quick lace up feature makes is easy to don and doff. Breathable material ensures it can be comfortably worn all day.

AFO Light – Carbon Fiber

AFO Light provides support only where it is needed, eliminating unnecessary bulk and providing a cosmetically-appealing look. Using the best of Flex-Foot® technology and the energy storing properties of carbon fiber, AFO Light offers a strong and lightweight solution for people with mild to moderate Drop Foot.

AFO Dynamic – Carbon fiber

AFO Dynamic provides a strong, lightweight solution for patients with varying degrees of drop foot secondary to a variety of neurological conditions. Össur has taken the carbon fiber technology from its Flex-Foot® product and incorporated it into the AFO Dynamic to provide increased support over traditional ankle foot orthoses. The energy storing properties of carbon fiber make it an ideal material for this dynamic ankle foot orthosis because it provides real energy return. Best for those people leading busy lives, the AFO Dynamic will ensure a more efficient walk for the user.

Toe off – Blue Rocker carbon fiber AFO

BlueROCKER® is identical in shape and design as ToeOFF® but offers more rigid orthotic control. Developed primarily for bilateral foot drop patients and those with more involved pathologies. The extra stability will improve both balance and posture and give the wearer greater security, especially individuals with weak quadricep muscles. Usually the preferred orthosis to be used in conjunction with a socket and toe filler for management of partial foot amputations.