Lightweight and durable design, it acts from the proximal third of the leg to the foot with two rigid mediolateral splints attached to monocentric joints with a flexion-extension control system from 0 to 40° at intervals of 10° and a non-slip, low-profile rocker sole to make walking easier; A wraparound pad for the leg, ankle and foot made from breathable material featuring an air bag (with inflation pump and regulator valve) that optimises the contact surface for greater containment effectiveness.
Fastening straps to ensure a snug fit and full immobilisation. Comes with four protective pads (one of which is for the toes) and two protective plates (one anterior for the tibia and one posterior for the calf).
Stable fractures of the lower third of the leg (distal fractures of the tibia or fibula), ankle and foot. Post-surgical treatment of Achilles tendon and ligament injuries (Grade II and III sprains). Severe plantar fasciitis. Oedema reduction. Other post-surgical care..
Effects: Immobilisation and containment of the upper ankle joint including the foot and ankle. Flexion-extension control. Decreased loading on the heel during the initial ground contact phase.
Optional Offload Insole for diabetic foot and ulcerations for Walker
Composed of a velour base with a Velcro strip onto which is attached an insole consisting of hexagonal urethane (EVA) cells in 10 mm-thick slow-memory material, whose function is to relieve and reduce pressure areas, and a PORON lining that provides flexibility and the ability to absorb loads and impacts.
The hexagonal cells that form the insole are moveable, making it possible to detach those that are in contact with the ulcerated area or the zone that requires pressure relief. As ulcers are often migratory, the cells can be replaced or removed according to their position and healing process stage in order to vary pressure points. Pressure and load forces can be reduced by up to 60% in all phases of static and dynamic loading
Plantar ulcers on the heel and forefoot.
- Neuropathies with the risk of plantar ulcers.
- Diabetic foot.
- Post-operative patients.
- Plantar warts after surgery.
- Plantar injuries.
Color : Bordeaux.
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