Night Brace Derotation | Helps to maintain foot in correct position and avoid rotation (Grey)SKU - 0742
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Helps to maintain foot in correct position and avoid rotation
WHEN TO USE
De-rotation boot is used for prevention of hip rotation after hip surgery, post Ankle Surgery, Prevention of foot drop contracture, and Prevention of Achilles tendon contractures during prolonged bed rest etc.
Light weight L-Shaped brace to maintain ankle-foot angle at 90 degrees. Horizontal brace provided with tilting adjustment of 25 degrees on each side to restrict rotation. Knob provided for adjustment. Specially moulded foot grip provides support to the leg without tiring the foot for long term usage. Double side laminated foam provide comfort. Can be worn on either right or left foot. Universal size.
LONG LASTING, SKIN FRIENDLY & BREATHABLE MATERIAL
Made from long-lasting and durable material. Easy to use and clean.
HOW TO WEAR
Place foot inside the brace facing up (neutral position) and wrap it with velcro. Adjust the angle of horizontal brace as needed and lock it.
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
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What is a night splint?
A night splint is a specialised orthopaedic device designed to address specific conditions or injuries during sleep. In the context of orthopaedics, a derotation boot, derotation boot cast, or derotation shoe may serve as a night splint, providing support and stability to the affected limb during nighttime rest. Additionally, a boot and bar splint, often used for pediatric orthopaedic conditions, can function as a night splint to promote proper alignment and healing while the wearer sleeps. These devices are tailored to offer therapeutic benefits, aiding in the recovery process for various musculoskeletal issues.