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Orthotics & other Products

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Able caries a full line of Off-The-Shelf Orthotics as well as provide Custom Prosthetics and Custom Orthotics. We provide high quality products from manufacturers such as DonJoy, Ossur, Aspen, & United Surgical among many others and use only the highest quality materials when making a custom product.

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Custom AFO –  An ankle-foot orthosis (AFO) is an orthosis or brace that encumbers the ankle and foot. AFOs are externally applied and intended to control position and motion of the ankle, compensate for weakness, or correct deformities.

AFO stands for Ankle Foot Orthosis and it’s primary purpose is stabilize the ankle, foot and calf for patients with weakness or deformity of the foot and ankle. Unlike many other orthotic providers our custom AFO’s are made in house.

Spinal Stenosis Brace – A spinal orthosis is a back brace that is designed to hold your spine in place and decrease the chance that the curve in your spine will become worse as you grow.

Your orthosis will be custom-made to fit you.

Custom Foot Orthotics –  Are used in the treatment of Plantar Fascitis, flat feet, fallen arches,  back pain, knee/leg/foot pain  just to name a few. Our inserts are made in house starting with a thorough evaluation from the practitioner and a mold of the feet assuring the most accurate fit and function available.

 

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Diabetic Shoes – Diabetic shoes, sometimes referred to as extra depth, therapeutic shoes or Sugar Shoes, are specially designed shoes, or shoe inserts, intended to reduce the risk of skin breakdown in diabetics with co-existing foot disease.

People with diabetic neuropathy in their feet may have a false sense of security as to how much at risk their feet actually are.[1] An ulcer under the foot can develop in a couple of hours. The primary goal of therapeutic footwear is to prevent complications, which can include strain, ulcers, calluses, or even amputations for patients with diabetes and poor circulation.[2] Neuropathy can also change the shape of a person’s feet, which limits the range of shoes that can be worn comfortably.[3] In addition to meeting strict guidelines, diabetic shoes must be prescribed by a physician and fit by a qualified individual, such as an orthotist, podiatrist or pedorthist. The shoes must also be equipped with a removable orthotic. Foot orthotics are devices such as shoe inserts, arch supports, or shoe fillers such as lifts, wedges and heels. The diabetic shoes and custom-molded inserts work together as a preventative system to help diabetics avoid foot injuries and improve mobility. –wikipedia

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