Shell Material: Subortholene
The onset of PTTD is usually gradual, and the condition is progressive over time. This device is designed to give support and reduce strain on the posterior tibial tendon. The standard configuration is:
- The casts are inverted five degrees and a two-degree medial skive is added
- A medial flange with an in-shell scaphoid pad
- Thermocork neutral rearfoot posting with a three-degree motion grind off
- 3/4” heel seat
- Used for semi-rigid control levels
- Black perforated EVA top cover to toes
- Ultrasuede® bottom cover forefoot to toes
Top Cover: Black perforated EVA to toes
Mid Layer: None
Bottom Cover: Micro-suede forefoot to toes
Heel Post: Thermocork
All aspects of the device can be customized to your specific needs.
(Available Monday to Friday 08:30 – 17:00)
From the beginning, all patient information and impression casts and scans have been reviewed by experienced biomechanical evaluators before a single step of fabrication begins.
Today, that procedure continues. In fact, Integrity employs 6 biomechanical evaluators. Everyday, our professional staff actively assist practitioners in arriving at diagnostic considerations, prescription choices and device selections.
We feel, as do most of our practitioners with whom we work, that a thorough review of all the facts, data and casts are essential in our mutual effort to produce the most therapeutically effective orthotics for each patient. Think about it. Could your patients first orthotic steps use our ‘second opinion’?
(Available Monday to Thursday 8:30 – 16:30, Friday 8:00 – 16:00)