WalkOn ankle brace

Safer walking

Foot drop can occur after a stroke or traumatic brain injury or as a result of multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular atrophy, or peroneal paralysis. Lightweight and durable, The WalkOn lower leg orthosis is designed to help lift and support light to severe drop foot. This lower leg orthosis will allow you to complete everyday tasks, like walking up and down stairs, easily and more naturally.

You won’t have to worry about your orthosis being seen either—the sleek and discreet design ensures that you can fit the WalkOn inside any shoe and under any pant leg.

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Lightweight, low-profile

No need for special shoes—The WalkOn goes unnoticed with its slim design.

No sweat!

The flexible and durable calf support is made of a special material developed for NASA that reduces perspiration and odor—and it’s even washable.

Smooth strut

The WalkOn allows you to walk up and down stairs with ease. The smooth design prevents chafing and unwanted pressure to your leg.

Advantages for you

The WalkOn AFOs offer increased stability for those with drop foot, which is when the toes drag while walking. The orthosis allows you to walk naturally, whether you’re walking on a smooth sidewalk, or taking a steep hike. At less than 6 ounces, the lightweight design will allow you to walk at higher speeds and complete everyday activities like walking up and down stairs.

Slim shape

The WalkOn’s featherweight design will fit inside of your favorite shoes comfortably. The strut and calf pad will go unnoticed under your pant leg.

Heat and moisture reduction

The WalkOn calf pad consists of Phase Change Material. Originally developed for NASA, PCM provides temperature management by absorbing excess heat and reducing the potential for moisture buildup.

On the spot fitting

Your orthotist will be able to customize and fit your WalkOn Trimable and WalkOn Flex in minutes.

Contact your orthotist to learn more about personalizing your footplate.