Introducing, The Xtern AFO Brace
Get Your Life Back!
A Game Changer Solution for People Afflicted by Foot Drop.
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Foot Drop Made Simple.
This external foot drop brace will allow running, walking, hiking in mountain as long and as far as you want without any discomforts.
This ankle foot orthosis (AFO), was tested in many conditions, during many marathons, triathlons, endurance activities and adventures in the wild Canadian back country.
Unlike conventional foot drop brace, it can be fit on high hiking footwear, winter or safety boots.
This device controls foot drop and allow easy plantar flexion in order to keep maximal ankle range of motion and calf muscle strength.
It is affix totally outside the shoe to maximize comfort and prevent skin breakdown, rubbing injuries to the foot.
It can be changed from shoe to another in a few seconds.
Maximizing Functionality and Comfort
AN EXTERNAL ALTERNATIVE TO THE UNCOMFORTABLE INTERNAL FOOT DROP AFO'S!
It is affixed totally outside the shoe to maximize comfort, prevent skin breakdown, and rubbing injuries to the foot.
It can be changed from one shoe to another in SECONDS!
What is Foot Drop?
“Foot drop” (or weakness of the foot levator) refers to a pathology that prevents people with this condition from properly lifting one of their feet and their toes as they walk.
The balance, mobility and trust of the affected people are affected. The foot points down, the toes drag and scratch the ground.
Thus, irregular soil or a simple carpet can become a real obstacle and lead to a fall.
To compensate for this imbalance, patients often make the habit of compensating by raising their hips to the affected side or by raising their feet higher thanks to the mobility of their pelvis or torso.
Some even tend to walk on the outside of their feet.
Walking then requires a lot of effort and concentration and consequently becomes, over time, uncomfortable and exhausting, generating pain in the pelvis and back.