Stroke Rehabilitation


– Paretic or plegic wrist drop after
– Stroke
– Sequela of cervical disc herniation
– Injuries of the brachial plexus
– Peripheral nerve lesions of the arm
– Stabilizes the wrist in neutral position
– Enables patients to use residual function of the fingers
– Supports sensorimotor function
– Promotes the resorption of oedemas and heamatomas
– Can relieve pain


– Shoulder pain and dysfunction including subluxation due to neurological disorders.
– Hemiplegia / Hemiparesis
– Brachial plexus injuries
– Damage to the peripheral nervous system in the area of the cervical spine and shoulder
– Subluxation of the shoulder due to neurological causes
– Realigns the humerus head in the socket
– Improves body posture due to better sensorimotor control, resulting in a more physiological gait pattern
– Supports the arm position in extension with slight exterior rotation, counteracting the spastic pattern
– Can relieve pain


– Stroke
– Intervertebral disc herniation in the lumbar spine
– Peripheral nerve damage
– Relieves and stabilizes the knee joint
– Improves proprioception
– Supports sensorimotor function
– Prevents hyperextension of the knee
– Promotes the resorption of oedemas and haematomas
– Can relieve pain


– No or only mild impairment of motor control of the knee
– Mild instability in the knee joint
– Foot and ankle deformities can be addressed by using an appropriate insole.
– Moderate dorsiflexor weakness with mild to moderate spasticity (such as following a stroke or traumatic brain injury)Good control of the quadriceps
– Neurologic or Orthopedic diagnoses with the presence of foot drop
– Passive, flexible limitation of plantar flexion
– Dynamic foot repositioning
– High stability and lightweight design
– Flexible rollover in the heel and forefoot
– High level of functionality and durability
– Pliable calf section


– People with no impairment of motor control of the knee who have a stable ankle joint
– Dorsiflexor weakness with mild spasticity (such as following a stroke or traumatic brain injury)Multiple sclerosis
– Neuromuscular atrophy or isolated peroneal paralysis
– Durable – Preimpregnated, carbon fiber materials make the WalkOn AFOs tough, lightweight, and low profile
– Fast and easy to fit – The footplate is Trimable and can be shaped with a scissors, requiring only one office visit. Open heel design helps to ensure good fit of heel cup. Fits comfortably inside almost any shoe
– Smooth rollover – Provides heel compression at initial contact and dynamic movement from midstance to terminal stance for preservation of momentum and easy rollover.
– Great support, with less slipping – Prevents uncontrolled foot contact at heel strike and supports dropfoot during swing so the toe can clear
– Comfortable – Cuff made from Outlast® Clima temperature-regulating Material for all-day comfort. Calf band is reinforced with an ultra-high strength, flexible polyurethane fiber for durability. As light as 6 ounces
– Easy to don and doff – Asymmetrical design makes for easy, intuitive application


– Dorsiflexor weakness with no spasticity to moderate spasticity
– People with a high level of activity who need knee support in mid-stance through terminal stance
– Post-stroke
– Traumatic brain injury
– Multiple sclerosis · Neuromuscular atrophy
– Peroneal paralysis
– Partial foot amputation
– Impairment of the plantar flexion muscles
– Impairment of knee extension (such as constant fatigue of the knee extensors during long periods of standing or walking)
– Highly dynamic properties through the use of ground reaction forces
– Enables a largely physiological gait
– Proven high durability
– Good hygiene properties thanks to the use of climate-regulating padding material
– Optional use of a lateral pronation strap