Carbon Ankle Seven
Advantages for you
Choose your own shoes
Depending on the complexity of the requirements, you can wear normal shoes, 3/8" – 1 3/16".
The orthoses are tailored to meet your individual requirements.
The energy generated during heel strike is stored and returned again at toe-off.
The carbon spring is turned slightly outward while walking – just like a normal foot. It also supports your movements – extension of the knee and hip joint which makes it possible for you to walk naturally.
If you are active or participate in sports, your orthosis needs to provide support – especially for quickly changing running and walking speeds. The Carbon Ankle Seven is built for these requirements. Children in particular benefit from this.
Please contact your doctor or orthotist. You will be advised in detail whether the Carbon Ankle Seven is suitable for you.
Your orthosis will be fabricated by your orthotist. The Carbon Ankle Seven is a special component that is incorporated in the orthosis. The entire orthosis is customised to your requirements.
No, but with the from Ottobock, a waterproof walking aid is available which is designed especially for wet conditions. All of the components used are designed for contact with water.
Yes, and it is adapted to their body size. Children want to play, run and climb. All of this is possible with the Carbon Ankle Seven. Your orthotist will choose select a carbon spring that corresponds to the weight and mobility needs of your child.Yes, and of course it is adapted to their body size. Children want to romp around, run and climb – and all of this is possible, which is among the benefits of the Carbon Ankle Seven. The orthopaedic technician will choose precisely the carbon spring that corresponds to the weight and mobility needs of the user.
Yes! Many users of full leg orthoses also benefit from the value provided by the Carbon Ankle Seven. Your orthotist can provide you with detailed information.Yes, many users of complete leg orthosis also value the benefits of the Carbon Ankle Seven. Your orthotist will provide you with detailed information.