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Swedish Leaf Spring Orthosis
Swedish Leaf Spring Orthosis
Swedish Leaf Spring Orthosis
Swedish Leaf Spring Orthosis

Swedish Leaf Spring Orthosis

Made from injection-molded polypropylene splint that provides static dorsiflexion assistance and lateral stability for the entire foot-ankle area. Injection molding allows for thicker polypropylene on the vertical aspect for rigidity and a thinner footplate that may be trimmed with a pair of ordinary scissors. A heat gun may be used to further form the splint if desired. The low arch and open heel give this splint a streamlined profile that fits easily into any shoe. A padded hook-and-loop strap secures the AFO around the calf. Trim to fit with scissors.

Available in Left or Right, Men’s and Women’s sizes.

Key Features
  • Lightweight low profile leaf spring
  • Injection molded polyethylene
  • Flexible yet rigid vertical aspect
  • Open heel and lower calf sections
  • Easily trimmed and heat treated
  • Standard hook and loop closure
  • Fits in most shoes
  • Men’s Left/Right
  • Women’s Left/Right
Indications for Use
  • Drop foot
  • Stabilize gait
Size Chart
  • Men's Left/Right
  • Women's Left/Right
Left/Right
Yes

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