Short Walker with Fixed Ankle (Art. # 7062)

Art. # 7062

Indications for use: Foot paralyses and paresis. Postoperative and non-surgical treatment of splint bone fractures, tarsus and metatarsus fractures. Early rehabilitation and plaster cast change after operations on ankle joint and heel. Rehabilitation after fractures of foot bone and the lower third of the shank.




The ankle joint orthosis stabilizes and unloads the joint. It provides absolute fixation of the joint, keeping side stabilization. The orthosis `s design ensures joint immobilization in the position of plantar flexion. The orthosis facilitates unloading actions of heel bone that, in combination with wide sole, which provides putting the orthosis on over postoperative bandages, facilitates patient `s early mobilization and hastens recovery.


  • Cuffs are fixed on shank and foot with the help of Velcro fasteners
  • Splints are fastened onto the cuffs with the help of fastener and are additionally fixed with Velcro fasteners
  • Straps provide adjustment of fit degree of the orthosis to your skin and also how strong it presses on your muscles
  • Rift-shoe-type sole provides almost normal step
  • Heel pads reduce shock loads on the ankle joint
  1. Metallic ribs Metallic ribs
  2. Normaflex (triple breathable fabric) Normaflex (triple breathable fabric)



DimensionsSizesMax deviation
Shoe size 35-37 38-40 41-43 44-46 ±0,5



Colour :         black  black


Helpful tips:

The orthosis regimen and duration of use is determined by your medical doctor. 
Before taking the orthosis on, it is recommended to fasten the soft part (socket) on the shank, having fixated it firmly on the foot with the help of Velcro fasteners. 
Then the hard part can be taken on the leg and it is fixed with straps, following the order “from the joint” (first – coterminous ones to the joint, then – the distant ones).
It is recommended to wear the orthosis all day long and take it off before bedtime.