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Ossur Foot-Up Brace

Ossur SKU: 07810-x
$59.99 $44.99
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Ossur's Foot Up brace provides dynamic support for drop foot for visible improvement in gait. Indicated for mild foot drop.

Ossur Foot-Up Brace

$59.99 $44.99

The Ossur Foot-Up is a lightweight ankle-foot orthosis engineered to provide dynamic support for drop foot or similar complaints. It features a unique ankle cuff with an elastic strap design to ensure ample toe-off when walking. Unlike traditional, hard plastic braces, the Foot-Up is breathable and easily secures around your ankle for support.

The Foot-Up brace attaches to a clear plastic inlay that fits between the tongue of your shoe and the laces by way of an elastic strap which produces a more normal stride with each step along with reduced fatigue during ambulation.

The Ossur Foot -Up is the lowest profile design available and comfortably fits inside almost any type of athletic or dress shoe.  The Foot-Up is best suited for people with mild to moderate cases of drop foot where the person is capable of providing minimum to moderate dorsiflexion at the ankle.

Ossur Foot-Up Brace Features:

  • Provides dynamic support for drop foot or similar complaints for which assisted ankle dorsiflexion is needed.
  • Revolutionary orthosis provides visible improvement by supporting the foot.
  • Cushioned ankle wrap is made of a breathable, 3-layer material that can be worn for long periods of time.
  • Plastic inlay fits between the tongue and laces of your shoe and is practically invisible. The inlay has a quick release clip to release it from the Ossur Foot Up brace.
  • The lightest, most low profile design available today.
  • Supports the foot the moment it's raised.
  • Simple to fit in seconds.
  • Best suited for mild to moderate foot drop cases.
  • Fits right and left sides.
  • Available in three adult sizes - See our sizing chart tab above for important sizing guidelines.

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The Foot-Up is used to treat the following conditions:

  • Foot Drop as a result of CVA, TBI, and other causes.