Accommodative Orthotics

Accomodative Orthotics

Poron Mold

Orthotic.

Vacuum-formed polypropylene shell style with poron fill; providing extra shock attenuation
Molds offer the most lightweight and flexible orthotic support for patients who are deemed poor candidates for bio-mechanical control because of congenital malformations, restriction or lack of foot and leg motions. The Poron Mold is ideal for walking and everyday use.

Lab Standards

– Diabetes
– Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Planar Fasciitis
– Motion Restricting Bony Blocks

Poron Mold orthotic
EVA Mold orthotic

Eva Mold

Orthotic.

Vacuum-formed EVA shell style providing extra shock attenuation and more flexibility than the Mold or Korex Mold
The EVA Mold offers the least control with maximum accommodation and shock absorption. The thermo formed soft EVA shell provides extra shock attenuation and more flexibility than the Poron and Korex Molds as it has no polypropylene infused with the orthotic. Ideal for patients with foot sensitivities.

Lab Standards

– Diabetes
– Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Planar Fasciitis
– Motion Restricting Bony Blocks

Korex Mold

Orthotic.

Vacuum-formed polypropylene shell style with cork fill; providing more rigid shock attenuation than the Mold, offering more control
The Korex Mold is constructed with Korex cork laminated to a thin thermo formed plastic shell in which the cork provides a little more ‘spring in the step’. Use for patients with diminished ranges of motion when greater accommodation and compression is required.

Lab Standards

– Diabetes
– Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Planar Fasciitis
– Motion Restricting Bony Blocks

Korex orthotic
Diabetic orthotic

Diabetic

Orthotic.

Designed to reduce mean peak pressures at the site of neuropathic ulceration. For patients with concerns for skin breakdown, arthritic changes in their feet, diabetic conditions, reducing shearing forces at the foot surfaces and those who need the added comfort from the self molding process of a Plastazote top cover.

Lab Standards

Biomechanical Indications:

– Diffuse callosities

– insensate feet

– metatarsalgia

– pre-ulcerated sites

– Charcot foot

– plantar fasciitis

– Morton’s neuralgia.