Myo orthesis

An orthosis with pure electrostimulation

People, whether they are children, teenagers or adults, with foot lever weakness often ask us for functional solutions that can also work without a conventional orthosis in the affected area.

If the diagnosis is consistent with our technology, we offer you a professional test and written statement on the sensible use of the tested system at short notice by our trained technicians and our physiotherapist. We can even lend you a suitable system in consultation with your health insurance company!

We would be happy to advise you on possible cost assumptions.

An icon representing a myo-orthosis in orange with a blue circle

The advantages of a Myo orthosis

  • minimises the foot drop incline
  • Promotes active muscle contraction in certain phases of the gait cycle
  • use of own footwear (as a rule)
  • positive effects on gait pattern

WalkAide from Pro Walk

The special sensor technology analyses your foot and leg movements. Electrical signals that control the movements in your foot and ankle are sent to the peroneal nerve. WalkAide is user-friendly, small and therefore also very discreet. Indicated for, among other things:

  • Stroke
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Cerebral palsy (ICP)
  • Craniocerebral injury (SHT)
  • Incomplete paraplegia

Orthosis with electrostimulation and carbon technology

The evomove® is individually adapted to the patient and serves to actively support a physiological gait pattern in the case of diseases of the central nervous system such as strokes, (infantile) cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and incomplete cross-sections. By using the plantar flexors and/or the pretibial musculature in the corresponding gait phases, the functions of the lower leg orthosis are optimally activated and functionally supplemented.

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Do you have any questions?
Feel free to contact us!

0381 800870
zentrale@scharpenberg.com

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