DEVICE FOR CHOPART AMPUTEES – adult
Lack of propulsion (rejection) during walking is something that has a very important impact on the quality of walking and the energy consumption of the user during walking without adequate prosthesis. Normal gait dynamics take place from certain phases, such as the initial contact of the heel with the ground, then the response to the load, the middle phase of the support and the propulsion or rejection of the toes. From the attached it can be concluded that if there is an amputation at the level of Chopart (Chopart), the user loses the quality of gait through a minimum of three phases of gait of these four. With a special technique of making and a plan for compensating for deficient phases of walking, we enable the user to use all phases of walking and actively participate in all daily activities.
Note: Orthoaid’s expert team is also able to make prostheses (with all the necessary technical characteristics), for the Lisfrank, Pirogof, Boyd level, as well as for the transmetatarsal levels.