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Available in both left and right, this Semi Rigid Orthosis provides functional alignment for weak extremities as well as resistance to mild extensor spasticity. Spasticity is a disorder of the body's motor system in which certain muscles are continuously contracted; this contraction causes stiffness or tightness of the muscles and may interfere with gain and movement. Buy the Ankle Foot Orthosis Semi Rigid today from ActiveForever!

Ankle Foot Orthosis Semi Rigid (AFO) Features:

  • Offers functional alignment for weak extremities
  • Provides resistance to mild extensor spasticity
  • Helps correct deformity, improve function and relieve symptoms
  • Can be worn in any shoe

Ankle Foot Orthosis Semi Rigid (AFO) Specifications:

  • Available: Left or Right
  • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-large

Sizing: To get correct sizing you have to measure from the heel to the great toe. Measurement length is relative to the correct size (see charts below).

Specify Right or Left for Semi Rigid

Maximum Calf Circumference: 18" Small/Med; 20" Large

Size Measure Foot Length  Product Foot Length Product Calf Height  Model # Semi-Rigid
Small 8 - 9 3/4" 7" 13" 40AFO-SR-S
Medium 9 1/2" - 10" 7 1/2" 14" 40AFO-SR-M
Large 10 1/2" - 12" 8" 15" 40AFO-SR-L
X-Large 12" - 15" 8 1/2" 15" 40AFO-SR-XL

Return Policy: Due to hygiene purposes, this item is non-returnable. Please refer to ActiveForever's return policy for more detailed information.

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Ankle Foot Orthosis Semi Rigid (AFO)

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The Ankle Foot Orthosis Semi Rigid is an orthopedic brace designed for individuals with dorsal or anterior nerve injuries as well as those who have conditions such as Charcot and Drop Foot.