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Lifter Drop Foot Device LIF100 (while supplies last)

$95.00 $19.95

Lifter Ankle Foot Orthosis is an important advance in treatment for equinus foot in flaccid paralysis with or without varus deviation. Complete treatment: flaccid paralysis with or without varus deviation. Versatile: use with Velcro shoes or lacing. Modern design visually almost negligible. Light: Made of foamed materials and highly breathable. Minimum thickness: closure and fitting with
micro-Velcro.Traction guide: anchoring part which functions as the elastic traction slide. Distributes the traction generated by the elastic traction. Highly resistant material. Lifter elastic lace for deviation control  Elastic lace which compensates varus deviation. Brace clip: quickly and easily fastened. Peroneal tendon Its main function is to give the foot and ankle stability in order to avoid sprains.Upper tibial tendon Its main function is to give the ankle stability and to enable dorsiflexion of the foot, that is, to elevate the top end of the foot when walking. Extensor longus tendons of the toes Their main function is to extend the toes and contribute towards the dorsiflexion of the foot. Lifter ankle foot orthosis Forefoot support which enables the use of Lifter without shoes.Adjustment and fitting with micro-Velcro. Contains visco-elastic pad.Four components: Tibial ankle foot support: brace with two fitting areas which perfectly adapts to the anatomy of the patient. Includes a viscoelastic pad on the Achilles tendon and another on the joint area of the instep. Traction tongue: is introduced between the tongue and the shoelaces. Elastic lace for traction: joins the tibial ankle foot support and the traction tongue which regulates the level of dorsiflexion of the foot as required by the patient. Elastic lace for deviation control: : maximum resistance elastic lace which compensates varus deviation. Elevation of the forefoot up to the point of regulated dorsiflexion. Enables walking: avoids rubbing or tripping of the forefoot against the floor during the lift off phase of the step and enables the correct positioning of the heel during the support phase. (while supplies last)