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Imagine a carefree stroll in the shopping mall. Checking out new stores, trying on clothes, carrying your bags home in triumph. Or consider inline skating with friends and enjoying the wind in your face. People with limb differences can now more easily enjoy these activities with the C-Leg microprocessor-controlled knee...
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WalkAide is a medical device that, after more than a decade in development, has received marketing clearance from the FDA for improving walking ability of people suffering from dropfoot. The condition is caused by weakness or paralysis of the muscles involved in lifting the front part of the foot...
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The NESS L300™ is an advanced functional electrical stimulation (FES) system that sends low-level electrical impulses to the common peroneal nerve in your leg, stimulating muscles to lift your foot. The NESS L300™ automatically senses, while you are walking, your foot position, terrain as it changes, and your walking speed. Therefore, the NESS L300™ may assist your gait (a manner of walking) following an upper motor neuron injury or disease.
Ankle Foot Orthosis (abbreviated: AFO) is a brace, worn on the lower leg and foot to support and hold the foot and ankle in the appropriate position. It can be made of plastic or composite materials or metal.
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Footwear and orthotic play an important role in diabetic footcare. Orthotic inserts designed with Plastazote foam, are usually recommended. Plastazote is a material designed to accommodate pressure by conforming to heat and pressure.
A Partial Foot Prosthesis is designed to restore normal foot bio-mechanics and properly transfer energy to aid in efficient and stable ambulation. The Partial Foot Prosthesis should be lightweight, durable, and is usually custom made from an impression taken of the limb.
Advancements in the treatment of osteoporosis, a condition affecting 1 in 4 over the age of 50 and over 700,000 Americans each year, have come with the Spinomed IV spinal orthosis.
The kinderBAND™ cranial remolding orthosis is a custom made orthosis available by prescription only. It is used to treat infants between 3 and 18 months of age for asymmetrical head shapes such as positional plagiocephaly, brachycephaly and scaphocephaly.