Orthoses Reaction Force Guide

Experience why clinics across the globe are ecstatic about partnering with KevinRoot Medical.


Essential guide for the community of clinicians whose mission and ambition is improving life performance for patients

KevinRoot Medical has received feedback from partnering clinicians to develop a prescribing guide and ordering experience that allows the clinician to provide the highest quality foot orthotic outcomes for patients. Guide includes over 500 detailed illustrations for clinical education. Illustrations are high quality, CT scan 3D renderings with detailed orthotic intervention.


Orthoses Reaction Force Guide topics:

Orthoses Materials

Covering and frame material options improve clinical management of biomechanical compression and shear loads for each unique individual.

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Anti-pronation Reaction & Posts

Anti-pronation Reaction & Posts change orthotic reaction forces, compression forces and tensional stress in tendons and ligaments.

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Anti-supination Reaction & Posts

Anti-supination Reaction & Posts change orthotic reaction forces, compression forces and tensional stress in tendons and ligaments.

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Forefoot Extensions

Forefoot Extensions are materials coupled with the distal end of the orthotic frame and contribute to increased performance, comfort and treat pathology.

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Offloading Pads & Cushions

Offloading Pads & Cushions are used to disperse force, increase shock absorption, change orthotic reaction forces in a given area and provide comfort.

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Frame Modifications

Frame modifications not only customize the design of the orthotic frame but can alter coupled components as well.

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Foot Impression Methods

There are 7 common Foot Impression Methods for capturing a patient’s foot contour.

Tolerances in foot impression methods and fabrication methods produce variable outcomes for how similarly the orthotic frame matches the patient’s foot. The chart below shows outcomes of shape-contour variation between foot, foot-model and orthotic frame when different methods are combined. Congruent accuracy is a measure of how closely the orthotic frame matches the patient’s foot in the exact position the patient’s foot impression was captured.

Scan and order with the phone in your pocket.

Foot ID uses your iPhone's system of sensors, cameras, and a dot projector to create a detailed 3D scan of your patient's foot & ankle. Automatically upload your patient's 3D scans, manage and upload photos and videos of your patient and submit orders to KevinRoot Medical with incredible accuracy and speed.

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Lab Fabrication Methods

Lab Fabrication Methods used by our teams to custom create your patient's foot orthotics and AFOs.

Orthoses Reaction Force Guide

Experience why clinics across the globe are ecstatic about partnering with KevinRoot Medical.


Essential guide for the community of clinicians whose mission and ambition is improving life performance for patients

KevinRoot Medical has received feedback from partnering clinicians to develop a prescribing guide and ordering experience that allows the clinician to provide the highest quality foot orthotic outcomes for patients. Guide includes over 500 detailed illustrations for clinical education. Illustrations are high quality, CT scan 3D renderings with detailed orthotic intervention.


Orthoses Reaction Force Guide topics:

Orthoses Materials

Anti-pronation

Anti-supination

Forefoot Extensions

Offloading Pads & Cushions

Frame Modifications

Foot Impression Methods

Orthoses Materials

Covering and frame material options improve clinical management of biomechanical compression and shear loads for each unique individual.

Visit page or download PDF:

Anti-pronation Reaction & Posts

Anti-pronation Reaction & Posts change orthotic reaction forces, compression forces and tensional stress in tendons and ligaments.

Visit page or download PDF:

Anti-supination Reaction & Posts

Anti-supination Reaction & Posts change orthotic reaction forces, compression forces and tensional stress in tendons and ligaments.

Visit page or download PDF:

Forefoot Extensions

Forefoot Extensions are materials coupled with the distal end of the orthotic frame and contribute to increased performance, comfort and treat pathology.

Visit page or download PDF:

Offloading Pads & Cushions

Offloading Pads & Cushions are used to disperse force, increase shock absorption, change orthotic reaction forces in a given area and provide comfort.

Visit page or download PDF:

Frame Modifications

Frame modifications not only customize the design of the orthotic frame but can alter coupled components as well.

Visit page or download PDF:

Foot Impression Methods

There are 7 common Foot Impression Methods for capturing a patient’s foot contour.
 

Tolerances in foot impression methods and fabrication methods produce variable outcomes for how similarly the orthotic frame matches the patient’s foot.

Scan and order with the phone in your pocket.

Foot ID uses your iPhone's system of sensors, cameras, and a dot projector to create a detailed 3D scan of your patient's foot & ankle. Automatically upload your patient's 3D scans, manage and upload photos and videos of your patient and submit orders to KevinRoot Medical with incredible accuracy and speed.

Visit page or download PDF:

Lab Fabrication Methods

Lab Fabrication Methods used by our teams to custom create your patient's foot orthotics and AFOs.