Trulife Sure Step Fixed Position Orthosis InformationTrulife Step is a fixed stirrup orthosis that allows post injury immobilization and return to function in a single brace.
This easy to use stirrup brace is attached to an orthotic arch support, providing the ultimate support.
- Lightweight and simple to fit
- Provides visible improvement in patient's gait
- Lower profile than MAFO braces
- Ideal for foot drop
- Available only in Black
- White has been discontinued by manufacturer
IndicationsThis lightweight AFO provides support for drop foot or similar complaints for which support of dorsiflexion is desirable.
- Prevent "foot slap"
- Prevent foot drop
- Improve ambulation
- Prevent falling
- Stabilize gait
|Model No. Left||Model No. Right||Size||Men‚Äôs Shoe Size||Women‚Äôs Shoe Size|
|A38200||A38201||X-Small||2-4 US||4-7 US|
|A38202||A38203||Small||5-7 US||8-9 US|
|A38204||A38205||Medium||8-10 US||10-12 US|
|A38206||A38207||Large||11-13 US||13-15 US|
just what I needed with this foot dropsy on my left foot. Thank you.
Better than the brace custom made for me with Dr.'s Rx. Only one problem. Lower screws come out with use and movement. For me I need the ridgid support. Top has rivit, bottom has screw. Make both with rivit and its perfection. Doesn't hurt the arthritis in the foot, open back and good support for the drop foot as well. Bottom screws came out of mine, but I am ordering another in hopes they last longer without coming out and being lost. Also provides the ankle support as the ankle will roll under as part of the drop foot and can cause a fall as I have already experienced when not wearing the brace.
The first brace my husband was given lasted less than a year, $700 paid by insurance. A new one was not covered till 3 years. We found this one online and it works even better and lasts longer. Best deal ever!!
the brace does what it advertises to do, but the left side of the brace presses hard against a protruding bone and even with the rubber padding it becomes so painful that I must remove the brace or stop walking. I had to sit down and remove it in the grocery store... not cool. I 'm going to fashion some kind of additional pad to put right above the bone it presses on and hope that it fixes the problem, otherwise this brace will find a home on the upper shelf of my closet. I had high hopes, but cannot trade one kind of pain for another.