Our Recommended Devices Based on Pathology

Rearfoot

Solution: Make sure the shell is rigid enough to support the patient’s weight and has a good arch to support the fascia. Accommodate with either heel spur pockets, horseshoe pads, or a hole in the heel.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button

Solution: Use no arch fill in order to support the fascia and to relieve the pull of the Achilles tendon on the calcaneus. Adding a heel lift will also help relieve the pull on the calcaneus.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button

Solution: Add a cuboid pad.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add an accommodation to the 5th metahead.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Arch

Solution: Add at least a sulcus length extension, and an accommodations for the 5th met.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: A prominent 5th metabase-use a pocket accommodation in the shell. For a stress fracture at the 5th metabase you want to splint the area but keep it soft. Do not use an accommodation; instead put a layer of soft padding on the orthotic.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add a cuboid pad.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add an accommodation to the 5th metahead.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Forefoot

Solution: Add at least a sulcus length extension, and an accommodations for the 5th met.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: A prominent 5th metabase-use a pocket accommodation in the shell. For a stress fracture at the 5th metabase you want to splint the area but keep it soft. Do not use an accommodation; instead put a layer of soft padding on the orthotic.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add a cuboid pad.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add an accommodation to the 5th metahead.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Toes

Solution: Add at least a sulcus length extension, and an accommodations for the 5th met.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: A prominent 5th metabase-use a pocket accommodation in the shell. For a stress fracture at the 5th metabase you want to splint the area but keep it soft. Do not use an accommodation; instead put a layer of soft padding on the orthotic.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add a cuboid pad.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add an accommodation to the 5th metahead.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

1st Ray

Solution: Add at least a sulcus length extension, and an accommodations for the 5th met.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: A prominent 5th metabase-use a pocket accommodation in the shell. For a stress fracture at the 5th metabase you want to splint the area but keep it soft. Do not use an accommodation; instead put a layer of soft padding on the orthotic.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add a cuboid pad.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add an accommodation to the 5th metahead.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

5th Ray

Solution: Add at least a sulcus length extension, and an accommodations for the 5th met.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: A prominent 5th metabase-use a pocket accommodation in the shell. For a stress fracture at the 5th metabase you want to splint the area but keep it soft. Do not use an accommodation; instead put a layer of soft padding on the orthotic.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add a cuboid pad.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button

Solution: Add an accommodation to the 5th metahead.

Recommended Devices

Tri-Trainer    view-device-button
         Glider    view-device-button