Ankle and foot orthosis (AFO) (orthopedic immobilization) / pediatric Chrisofix

Ankle and foot orthosis (AFO) (orthopedic immobilization) / pediatric Chrisofix

It is intended for correcting congenital foot deformities like ped adductus, pes supinatus, and pes calcaneus. It also ensures correction of feet abnormalities following surgery or following circular plaster cast application. The first application as well as any adjustment should be done by a professional only. It is used by putting the feet in the prefabricated splint. The feet is taken out from the splint to make the needed angle correction at the ankle area. The feet is then placed against the split. The splint is adjusted to the leg and it is fastened by closing the bandages. The bandages have to be opened for daily hygiene practices and the feet is then taken out of the splint. After bathing, it is placed back and bandages are closed again.
  • Type: : ankle and foot orthosis (AFO)
  • Patient type: : pediatric
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