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Ankle Foot Orthosis w/ankle joints (AFO)

  • Fabricated with ankle joints and most often with a plantar flexion stop.
  • Controls medial/lateral stability at the ankle
  • Provides control to the foot and ankle and limits plantarflexion as well as help prevent knee hyperextension.
  • We fabricate ours with an inner boot to accommodate bony protrusions which also makes them more patient compliant.
  • Commonly used for patients who are diagnosed with drop foot, stress fractures, abnormality of gait, etc.

Ankle Foot Orthosis Solid Ankle (AFO)

  • Provides control of the foot and ankle in all three planes of range of motion.
  • Prevents foot drop by blocking plantar flexion.
  • Commonly used for patients who need to be placed in a fixed position or who lacks active dorsiflexion and plantarflexion or has very limited or no range of motion.
  • Our solid ankle AFO’s fabricated in house will include a soft inner boot to accommodate bony protrusions and make them more tolerable to wear overall.

Custom Night Time Stretching AFO

  • For patients who lack range of motion at the ankle due to tight Achilles tendons and/or calf muscles.
  • Helps regain range of motion lost due to contractures.
  • To be worn overnight and with consistent prolonged use.

Charcot Restraint Orthosis (CRO WALKER)

  • Commonly used for a charcot foot deformity and wound management.
  • Immobilizes the ankle and foot.
  • Fabricated with a soft inner material for comfort and support.
  • An inner boot can be incorporated and can be washed for oozing purposes due to open wound.

Scoliosis Brace

  • Used to help correct or slow the progression of the abnormal lumbar or thoracic curve of the spine.
  • Pads are incorporated in fabrication to apply force to thoraco-lumbar spine.
  • Commonly used for patients who suffer from lumbar curves, thoracic curves, etc.
  • Most common types of braces to treat the pediatric population are the Rigo Cheneau, Boston brace, Milwaukee Brace and the Charleston Bending or Providence Nocturnal Orthosis or “nighttime” braces.
  • We also off the Aspen Peak Scoliosis Bracing System for the adult scoliosis population. 

Custom ACL Knee Brace

  • Provides maximum protection and medial/lateral stability to the knee.
  • Can be used for postoperative knee  reconstruction patients as well as patients looking to avoid surgery.
  • Accommodates patient who suffer from ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL deficiencies, etc.

Ankle Stabilizing Brace

  • Provides medial and lateral stability to the ankle joint.
  • Commonly used for ankle instability.


Cervical Collar

  • Limits range of motion in all three planes
  • Restricts forward flexion and extension and, to a lesser degree, lateral flexion and extension
  • Commonly used for patient who suffer from degenerative disc disease, and minor cervical instability.

Hyperextension Brace

  • Provides three-point pressure support
  • Provides rigid support of the thoraco lumbar spinal region in the anterior/sagittal plane


Pediatric AFO

  • Device commonly used for younger patients with Neurological problems, Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, abnormality of gait, poor tone and many other conditions.

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