3D Ortho Pro Launches Piro
3D Ortho Pro is delighted to announce the launch of our new ankle-foot orthoses (AFO) and spinal mobility orthoses (SMO) for both who want to get these ankle-foot orthoses for their children and practices in the UK who are looking to adopt this new ankle foot orthoses into their own clinics.
This new AFO and SMO offer a superior fit, stability, ease of use, and comfort for children and we are confident that the future adopters will embrace our new design to help benefit those who need it most.
Piro is an advanced 3D printed AFO and SMO that uses the latest 3D scanning technology combined with the latest 3D printing technology with HP. Piro is a single piece ankle-foot orthosis and spinal mobility orthoses that provides stability for children who have foot drop, Tetraplegia or Cerebral Palsy.
It’s thin and light which makes it easier for children to adapt over time, and with its unique design, it’s one of the most iconic and beautiful AFO & SMO’s on the market today.
We’ve seen first-hand how small children are unable to fit heavy orthoses into their footwear which makes its difficult for everyday use. To improve the mobility of our patients, we rewrote the original orthotics from the ground up to create an orthoses unlike anything on the market today as we combined our clinical expertise with technological advantages to help develop a ground-breaking device. With every stride, your child will notice the difference.
Why is an Ankle-Foot Orthoses used?
An ankle-foot orthosis, or AFO, may have been assigned to help you meet your specific requirements.
The AFO’s goal is to make standing and walking as simple as possible:
- Controlling foot and ankle position
- Accommodating a fixed joint position
- Compensating for muscle weakness
- Help reduce pain
When you first start using the AFO, it may feel strange or unpleasant as the device is directly affecting your joint positions. This should fade as you become more acclimated to wearing the AFO.
The introduction of these new products comes at a time when many in-clinic providers are looking for an innovative solution that will help them provide their patients with more benefits over traditional designs, while also maintaining profitability by reducing production costs