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Hip-Knee-Ankle-Foot Orthoses

The addition of the hip joint and pelvic section provides control to selected hip motions. These selected motions about the hip are front to back, side to side, and rotation. One reason the hip section is added to a KAFO is to reduce or minimize the risk of the hip moving out of proper position or dislocating.

Conditions that require lower limb orthoses include

• Plantar fasciitis
• Morton’s Neuroma
• Flat feet or high arches
• Knee, hip or low back pain and SIJ dysfunction
• Degenerative Disc Disease and scoliosis
• Osteoarthritis
• Patellofemoral pain syndrome
• Femoral acetabular impingment
• Iliotibial band friction syndrome
• Bursitis
• Chronic ankle sprains
• Piriformis syndrome
• Achilles, Patellar, hamstring or gluteal tendinopathy and Snapping Psoas
• Recurrent Calf Strains

Partial foot silicone prostheses

Partial foot amputees generally regain good mobility and can often return to very active and relatively normal lifestyles.
With advanced surgical techniques and orthotic, as well as prosthetic devices, partial foot amputations have become a viable alternative. Orthotics can help restore stability, maintain support, and protect function of the residual limb.

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