Common Patient Populations

  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Duchene muscular dystrophy
  • Developmental delay
  • Spastic diplegia
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Down syndrome
  • Spasticity
  • Hypotonia
  • Hypertonia
  • Gait abnormality
  • Stroke
  • Trauma

Who qualifies for the posterior dynamic strap ?

  • Crouch gait patients
  • Lack of forefoot push off
  • Insufficient anterior control of tibia
  • Low tone with poor proprioception
  • Those who need a Kinesthetic reminder to improve alignment and posture
  • Spasticity
  • Developmental delays
  • Poor Lower Limb Posture
  • Dystonia

How it helps these patients ?

  • Limits tibial progression to produce a ground reaction
  • Produces active plantar flexion
  • Eccentric control to assist with smooth progression of the tibia
  • Controlled kinesthetic awarness
  • Works with a patients muscles to provide support for normal gait
  • Tone reducing
  • Helps improve upright posture thorough learned behavior
  • Provides a therapist tool to help patients reach their therapy goals quicker

Who qualifies for the anterior stretching straps ?

  • Patients with a plantar flexion contracture
  • ​Patients with any progressive pathology which leads to a loss of ankle range of motion
  • Chronic toe walkers
  • Patients needing spasticity control
  • To assist with stretching
  • Post operation to manage ROM

How do the stretching straps help?

The anterior straps are designed to produce a low tone stretch over a long duration of time. This has proven to help better prevent contractures from forming and help reduce existing contractures that may be painful, limit mobility or cause gait abnormalities.

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