with custom orthoses from XXX
Restoring a safe and almost physiological gait cycle forms part of our expertise in orthotics
An orthosis is a device which supports or replaces missing natural limb function.
Our orthoses provide targeted support, addressing functional criteria such as stabilisation, immobilisation, relief and/or correction.
Ranging from custom-made orthoses for specific medical conditions to off-the shelf bracing and supports for joints, ligaments and fractures, our portfolio suits a variety of needs.
Our main focus is on custom orthotic fittings for lower limbs. This segment can be divided into two main categories- AFO and KAFO. AFO means “Ankle-Foot-Orthosis” and KAFO stands for “Knee-Ankle-Foot-Orthosis”.
We also provide custom-made, in shoe orthotics for a variety of conditions. These include Plantar Fasciitis, Pronation, Supination and Heel spurs.
We support you in your search of the ideal individual orthotic solution
The individual differences between users of custom orthotics are too pronounced to follow one approach that suits all.
At the beginning of each fitting the cause of dysfunction, for example incomplete Paraplegia L4, must be determined.
Based on this our team will establish the required functions of your orthosis and define your treatment goal during the following physical and clinical examination.
Our experts will investigate the motor deficits and the usable residual function of your muscles, the degree of freedom of your joints and the axial deviations of the relevant joints (for example knee and ankle).
For your personal treatment process, you can rely on our holistic treatment circle. It starts with a personal consulation and torough examination by our experts, but also embraces topics such as your therapy and continuing care. We invite you to select the categories below to find out more about the different phrases of your treatment process.
Treatment Circle - Orthoses
A personal interview and thorough physical examination is carried out at the beginning of each fitting for a custom orthosis
Physiotherapy prepares you for your fitting.
3. Fitting recommendation
This is where you learn which orthosis is most suitable for you and which personal objectives should pursued.
The orthotist takes your individual body measurements.
Fabrication of a custom orthotic solution follows.
During the fitting, the orthotist adapts the orthosis to your individual needs.
Here you learn how to correctly handle your orthosis in daily life.
8. Quality check
Together we can discuss your progress.
XXX maintains continuous contact with you.
XXX has been an International Silicon Partner of Dorset Orthopaedic for more than one and a half decades. Dorset are the manufacturers of the SAFO, Silicon- Ankle- Foot-Orthosis.
This award winning orthosis provides a long term solution to foot-drop by supporting your leg down the front of the foot.
This is an attractive alternative to traditional rigid AFOs which utilises flesh coloured silicon to lift your foot when walking, even when barefoot or in wet conditions!
Read more about SAFO.
Your personal objectives are very important to us. In our fitting recommendation we therefore also consider your daily activities and the super ordinate therapy goal to which we are committed.
The right materials for the desired functional benefit of your orthosis
Simply using the right materials and material properties in the right place can provide an orthosis with surprisingly more functions than one would expect at first. Our innovative materials such as carbon or synthetics of different hardness grades are particularly noteworthy. We also pay special attention to functional designs, such as different shapes in which the orthoses are cut, padding materials, and/or closure systems. Fine tuning for your individual solution can be achieved by adjusting the degree of hardness through a specific carbon structure or by changing the degree of freedom of the mechanical ankle joints.
We are looking forward to learning about your needs and expectations. Our team will be glad to answer any of your questions.