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Ultra Lower Extremity System

55,757.00 INR

The TheraTogs ULTRA Lower Extremity System is designed to address several alignment and functional deviations of the knee joints, developing femurs, and hip joints in an independently ambulatory child, and in an ambulatory adult with no problems related to hip or trunk stability.

The Lower Extremity System is an effective intervention for the management of neuromotor, balance and gait disorders caused by a wide range of diagnoses, including:

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Hypotonia
  • Ligament laxity
  • Hemiplegia due to stroke or TBI
If your client has these indications…

Caused by…

A Lower Extremity System can help to…

In-toed gait in a child <7yrs

Excess anterior pelvic tilt

Excessive femoral torsion
Excessive leg or foot rotation

Support and assist the lower abdominals; defer or avoid the need for surgical long bone correction by using physiologic adaptation and skeletal modeling capacities in daily function.

Out-toed gait in a child <7yrs

Diminished femoral torsion or excessive lateral tibiofibular torsion
Hip outward rotation bias
Knee joint ligament laxity

Support and assist the lower abdominals; defer or avoid the need for surgical long bone correction by using physiologic adaptation and skeletal modeling capacities in daily function.

Knee hyper-extension in a child age <7yrs or newly acquired

Cerebral palsy, hypotonia, ligament laxity

Improved step length; promote appropriate knee joint modeling

Inadequate swing-phase knee extension in gait resulting in shortened step

Cerebral palsy, hemiplegia due to stroke or traumatic brain injury

Assist quadriceps during late swing phase

Genu varum or genu valgum

Knee joint ligament laxity

Improve load-bearing alignment

Persistent flexible foot pronation in hips/knees

Hypotonia, ligament laxity

    Use joint links to influence foot alignment and function by realigning the leg segments.

      Excessive flexible foot supination

      Ligament laxity

         
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