Adult - Post stroke, Post Polio syndrome, ankle instability
Adolescent - Cerebral Palsy (hemiplegic, diplegic, quadriplegic, GMFCS Levels 1 – 4), Spina Bifida, TBI, Challenging neurological and
developmental conditions, Post-stroke, Idiopathic toe walking syndrome, Spinal cord pathology
Clinical Problem: Drop foot, foot slap, or crouch gait
Ultraflex Solution: Custom Molded ADR™ AFO with
UltraSafeStep™ components. Read more
Clinical Goal: Correct gait deviation with greater speed and symmetry than before.
Evaluation/Casting: Standard for articulated AFO. Read more on Casting Considerations.
Evaluation/Ordering Information: Clinical and
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AFO USS™ components medial and lateral > 70 kg AFO USS™ medial with Ultraflex Universal Joint lateral <70 kg
Ultraflex Custom Fabrication:
Above listed components and AFO CM USS™
Choice of interface:
Carbon composite: Used by practitioners for patients that present with stable limb volume and good skin integrity. Carbon composite interface patients may also benefit from the increased intimacy of fit and relatively higher strength to weight ratio in comparison to plastic. Carbon composite allows for a better translation of forces to the USS™
Adjustable Dynamic Response™ componentry.
View Ultraflex carbon composite designs.
Thermoplastic: Used by practitioners who desire more adjustability of the orthosis interface and prefer a more traditional approach for their patients.