The RCAI Phase II Multi Podus System has a synthetic sheepskin liner. This is a cost effective alternative to serial casting. The Phase II can be removed daily for ROM therapy and skin hygiene, enhancing patient recovery time and eliminating the risk of pressure sores. The Phase II floating heel design eliminates pressure or friction on the heel, enhancing blood circulation vital to healing. The ability to adjust the positioning from 40° plantar flexion to 10° dorsiflexion in infinite increments provides controlled static stretch for the correction of plantar flexion contractures.
The Phase II is indicated for stroke, brain injury, burn patients; sever contracture, Achilles rupture, cerebral palsy or when static progressive ankle positioning is recommended. The canvas reinforced anklet can accommodate mild to moderate muscle tone with resulting spasticity. The rotator bar positioned to the side, controls hip and leg rotation, providing functional alignment. The inversion/eversion strap supplied simulates a T-strap on a short leg brace to correct this complication commonly associated with head injury patients.
Restorative Care of America, Incorporated is dedicated to the manufacture of superior quality orthopedic and rehabilitative orthoses used in the treatment of conditions associated with traumatic injuries, chronic disease, post surgical procedures, and immobility, such as joint contractures and pressure sores. RCAI's prefabricated products are developed under the guidance of certified orthotists and hand-crafted in St. Petersburg, Florida, using processes and materials that ensure they will last.