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Tynor brings to you this Foot drop splint that supports and stabilizes the foot and ankle in foot drop conditions. The splint is designed with a dorsal shell which is made of polypropylene material and has a leaf spring action which arrests the plantar flexion movement and helps you lift the foot. It helps with the swing phase toe clearance and reduces plantar flexion impact in the early stance. It features an anatomical and rigid construction which allows proper weight distribution and maintains the foot in a functional, dorsiflexion position. The top padding is made of durable closed cell PE foam, which is hypoallergenic, latex free and non-toxic. The 3D air filled cushion pad provides comfort and allows air ventilation to enhance comfort. The Foot Drop Splint also has an inbuilt hook closure with extra padding to ensure better fitting.
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1. What is the foot drop splint made of?
The foot drop splint is made of polypropylene, which is durable.
2. What size is the foot drop splint available in?
The foot drop splint is available in three sizes, i.e., Small, Medium and Large.
Tynor Orthotics Pvt Ltd. was conceived at a time when Orthopaedic products available to the Indian patients were either of a very low quality or very expensive. Their aim is to provide world class and innovative solutions in the orthopaedics and allied fields. They have been working with academic and medical fraternity to help improve health care products & its standards.