Custom AFO/ Gauntlet Braces


G120 - Standard

   

Custom congruent to patient using:
Plaster, STS, Fiberglass Roll, 3D Scanner, Existing Positive Model
Current timing for delivery is 3 weeks.
Expedited on availability.

Suggested Codes
L1940

Plus the codes below
L2820, L2330 

Medicare DMEPOS Fee Schedule
Medical Compliance details

 


Clinical Indications

  • Adult acquired flatfoot stage III & IV
  • PTTD (Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction)
  • Talocalcaneal varus or valgus
  • Tibialis tendonitis (posterior or anterior)
  • Severe pronation or pes planus
  • Ankle arthritis or DJD (Degenerative Joint Disease)
  • Charcot foot
  • Ankle, subtalar, or midtarsal trauma
  • Chronic achilles tendinitis

Recommended For:

  • Patients who require stabilized subtalar, talocalcaneal, midtarsal & ankle joints

This brace is formed over a positive model of the patient’s foot. A negative impression or scan above the height of the finished brace must be created to correct and hold the foot, ideally with the ankle at 90 degrees and in a semi-weight-bearing or full-weight position. The finished device is crafted by pulling a leather lining over the model, followed by the plastic layer and a final sewn leather top cover.

This device is fully customizable per the practitioner’s discretion and is available exclusively through licensed medical providers.

Product Details

The Standard gauntlet brace is the gold standard for treating sedentary to very active patients with adult-acquired flatfoot or PTTD. It can also be used to treat varus or valgus deformities, severe pronation, and other tendon pathologies. Measuring 9-inch in height, this brace distributes forces equally throughout the lower extremity. The standard 4mm polypropylene shell wraps just anterior to the malleoli, though the trim lines can be customized for more or less control. This device can also function as a water device and should be washed immediately after use in saltwater.

 

 

This brace is formed over a positive model of the patient’s foot. A negative impression or scan above the height of the finished brace must be created to correct and hold the foot, ideally with the ankle at 90 degrees and in a semi-weight-bearing or full-weight position. The finished device is crafted by pulling a leather lining over the model, followed by the plastic layer and a final sewn leather top cover.

This device is fully customizable per the practitioner’s discretion and is available exclusively through licensed medical providers.


SUGGESTED Codes

L1940 Ankle foot orthosis, plastic or other material, custom fabricated


Plus the codes below

L2820 Addition to Lower Extremity Orthosis, Soft Interface for Molded Plastic, Below Knee Section
L2330 A leather, or similar material, lacer molded from a model of the patient, that fits around the calf area, includes casting and cast preparation