Equipped with springs to walk and run
The severity of the foot drop condition usually depends on the severity of your condition. There are several causes of foot drop. The most frequent include:
- Peripheral nerve trauma
- Stroke (CVA)
- A lumbar or disc herniation
- Multiple sclerosis
Even if ankle foot orthotics have numerous functions, the primary use is facilitating your movements in all sorts of circumstances. No matter how serious your problem is, you can use the foot drop splint with spring for walking and running.
Ankle brace compatible for work boots
One of the difficulties commonly associated with wearing orthotics is that they can’t easily be worn with ordinary shoes. Turbomed has solved this problem, offering AFOs compatible with your:
- Laced or Velcro shoes
- Walking shoes
- Winter footwear
If you don’t have orthopedic shoes, you can still wear our splints. That way, you can wear your ankle brace with your work boots, exercise shoes, and normal shoes when getting around town.
Stable on uneven land
It’s hard to wear a foot drop orthotic when you’re out in nature. Only Turbomed splints are effective on country roads or in the mountains because:
- They can be fitted to hiking boots
- They adapt to slopes and uneven terrain
- They adjust to heat
- They return energy expended
With our foot drop splints, you can get around in the mountains and cover all sorts of terrains. You will be able to use your ankle brace on uneven surfaces, and with less effort.
Foot drop splint including springs for physical performance
People with foot drop avoid most sports because their mobility problem makes this difficult. However, our orthotics enable:
- Intensive training
- Speed and endurance sports
- Adventurous activities in USA’s wilderness
Since all of our orthotics have been tested under all sorts of intense use conditions, you can use them no matter what sport you want to play. If you are a professional athlete, you can find the right orthotic to find your practice rhythm.