Pediatric Ankle Foot Orthoses Solutions

Custom-Fitted AFO products

If your child needs a custom AFO, we can help. Products are made in our facility with the highest quality control measures. If you do not see the product you are looking for, contact our orthotist team.

DAFO_Turbo@2x

Solid AFO

  • Custom fabricated from cast
  • Defined plantar surface contours
  • Full wrap-around inner shell for control of foot position and alignment
  • Fully integrated padding
  • Extremely durable brace for larger patients
  • Stiff posterior of outer frame provides strength and stability, blocking plantarflexion and dorsiflexion
    Indications
  • Presents with moderate to strong excess dorsiflexion/crouching caused by weakness (rather than high tone contractures).
  • Crouched stance can be improved by manually extending the knee.
  • Have sufficient hip, knee, and ankle range to allow correction to the targeted poster.
  • Weight and size due to maturity have exceeded the patient’s strength; ambulation is decreasing.

DAFO Articulated AFO

Articulating

  • Custom fabricated from cast
  • Defined plantar surface contours
  • Full wrap-around shellfor flexible control of foot position and alignment
  • Fully integrated paddingHinged ankle controlProximal posteriorblocks plantarflexion and provides additional medial/lateral stability
    Indications
  • Have strong habits of plantarflexion which results in moderate to strong toe walking with significant heel rise.
  • Require tall posterior control for hyperextension of the knee.
  • Have excessive pronation or supination.
  • Desire or need hinges for other reasons.

DAFO SMO

SMO

  • Custom fabricated from cast
  • Defined plantar surface contours
  • Full wrap-around shell for flexible control of foot position and alignment
  • Fully integrated padding
  • SMO trimlines allows full plantarflexion and dorsiflexion. Highest level of foot control with no restriction to ankle function
  • Optional anterior and/or posterior straps can provide some medial/lateral control
    Indications
  • Have strong patterns of pronation and/or supination.
  • Have delayed development with very low tone pronation and sensory issues.
  • Need high levels of specific foot correction but have adequate ankle control for functional level.
  • High levels of floor activities requiring free ankle movement.

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