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Product Type: Pathology Specific Orthoses

Product Type: Pathology Specific Orthoses

Achilles Tendinitis

This orthosis designed to treat Achilles Tendinitis limits heel eversion to minimize internal rotation of the tendon, and decrease tension on the tendon. The Achilles Tendinitis device has a milled

Calcaneal Apophysitis

The orthosis for calcaneal apophysitis is designed to reduce pressure and tension on the posterior heel to improve the symptoms of calcaneal apophysitis. The Calcaneal Apophysitis device has a milled

Hallux Limitus/HAV

The orthosis for functional hallux limitus promotes first ray plantarflexion, reduces compression in the 1st MTP joint, and improves hallux range of motion. The Hallux Limitus device has a milled

Intoeing Gait

This orthosis is designed to treat intoeing gait by restricting motion of the 4th and 5th metatarsophalangeal joints and preventing pronatory compensation by supporting the arch and preventing heel eversion.

Lateral Ankle Instability/Peroneal Tendinitis

This orthosis is designed to reduce excessive supinatory forces that can lead to lateral ankle instability. The Lateral Ankle Instability device has a milled polypropylene shell with the following prescription:


The orthosis for treating metatarsalgia is designed to transfer forces away from the painful metatarsal heads and provide accommodation and cushioning for localized areas. The Metatarsalgia device has a milled


The orthosis for neuroma is designed to decrease ground reactive force (GRF) under the lesser metatarsal heads and to separate the affected metatarsal heads. This will decrease pressure and trauma

Pediatric Flatfoot

This orthosis is designed to reduce the extreme pronatory forces associated with the pediatric flatfoot. The increased width, the deep heel cup and the medial heel skive contribute to increased

Pes Cavus with Rigid Forefoot

This orthosis is designed to reduce the most common complaints found in those with cavus feet, including metatarsalgia, heel pain, and lateral ankle instability. The Pes Cavus device has a

Plantar Fasciitis due to Everted Rearfoot

The orthosis for plantar fasciitis due to an everted rearfoot is designed to plantarflex the first ray which brings the first metatarsal head closer to the calcaneus reducing plantar fascia