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Orthoses for drop foot during swing
1) solid AFO
2) higned AFO with DF assist
3) post. leaf spring
what would be the difference between a hinged AFO with DF assist and a post. leaf spring
hinged AFO with DF assist has more M-L stability and is custom vs. a post leaf spring which would be off the shelf
orthoses for excessive DF in stance
1) solid AFO
2) GRF AFO (material on anterior side)
3) hinged AFO with DF stop
what would the the functional problem with someone who has excessive DF in stance
too much knee flexion
orthoses for excessive PF in stance
1) solid AFO
2) hinged AFO with PF stop
what would the problem be for someone who has excessive PF in stance
knee hyperextension
if someone has excessive PF in stance and you decide to order a solid AFO what would need to be done 1st
stretch to regain DF
orthoses for poor M-L control
1) solid AFO
2) hinged AFO with flange/extra support
orthoses for extreme quad weakness resulting in hyperextension in stance
sweedish knee cage
orthoses for extreme LE weakness causing flexion during stance
KAFO (knee ankle foot orthoses)
orthoses for poor M-L control at the knee
ACL brace for stability