Sensocontrol

Sensocontrol Orthoses

Sensocontrol orthoses have very pronounced sensomotoric® elements and are particularily useful when a stronger treatment is intended or in case of neurological issues. With conditions such as cerebral palsy the sensocontrol foot orthoses can be combined with ankle foot orthoses to enhance the maximum outcome.

 

Suitable:

Shoe fit:

Contra indication:

Insensate foot, very sensitive feet, pressure sensitive skin

Types of sensomotoric® sensocontrol orthoses

Differentiation and indication

Sensocontrol 1/1

Prescription indication

  1. Children’s hyper and hypo tone spastic pronated, lowered arched foot with medial rotated walking gait
  2. Multiple sclerosis
  3. Hemiparesis
  4. All neurological pathologies in
    connection with a pronated or low
    arched foot or flat foot

Description and anatomical features

Flat foot

Anatomical signs

  • Pronated low arched foot
  • Flat foot
  • Pes equinus
  • Genu valgum
  • Genu varum
  • Medial rotated walking gait

General

General symptoms

  • Attention deficit
  • Reduced sensory abilities
  • Co-ordination disturbances
  • Bad postural alignment

Differentiation and indication

Sensocontrol 1/2

Prescription indication

  1. Children’s hyper and hypo tone spastic pronated, lowered arched foot with medial rotated walking gait
  2. Multiple sclerosis
  3. Hemiparesis
  4. All neurological pathologies in
    connection with a pronated or low
    arched foot or flat foot

Description and anatomical features

Flat foot

Anatomical signs

  • Pronated low arched foot
  • Flat foot
  • Pes equinus
  • Genu valgum
  • Genu varum
  • Medial rotated walking gait

General

General symptoms

  • Attention deficit
  • Reduced sensory abilities
  • Co-ordination disturbances
  • Bad postural alignment

Differentiation and indication

Sensocontrol 1/3

Prescription indication

  1. Hyper and hypo tone spastic club foot
  2. Varus foot
  3. Multiple sclerosis
  4. Hemiparesis
  5. All neurological pathologies in connection with a varus foot
  6. Post club foot, varus foot surgery

Description and anatomical features

Flat foot

Anatomical signs

  • Varus Club foot
  • Very high arched foot
  • Pes equinus
  • Genu valgum
  • Genu varum
  • Medial gliding of talus after surgery
  • Medial rotated walking gait

General

General symptoms

  • Attention deficit
  • Reduced sensory abilities
  • Co-ordination disturbances
  • Bad postural alignment