Documents & Videos: DAFO FlexiSport
How to | Assess range & voluntary control in the crouching patient
In this educational video, Cascade Dafo owner/founder Don Buethorn, CPO, talks about assessing range and level of voluntary control in patients who exhibit crouching/excess dorsiflexion. Includes discussion of various Cascade Dafo brace styles.
DAFO FlexiSport: Order Form
Order form for the DAFO FlexiSport. May be completed electronically or printed and filled out by hand. Must be sent in with the patient's cast or uploaded with your digital scan through the e-order system at https://orders.cascadedafo.com
DAFO FlexiSport: Product Sheet
Detailed product information and patient indications for the DAFO FlexiSport.
Brace movement | DAFO FlexiSport
This video demonstrates how the leg and ankle move in the DAFO FlexiSport.
Before & After: knee hyperextension | DAFO FlexiSport
This patient is wearing a pair of DAFO FlexiSport AFOs to control hyperextension. The DAFO FlexiSport has a semi-flexible posterior upright, providing graded resistance to plantarflexion/dorsiflexion.
News article: Ankle-Foot Bracing for Young Athletes
Published in the April 2008 edition of O&P Edge.
Product video | DAFO 3.5 & DAFO FlexiSport comparison
This product video compares the DAFO 3.5 and the DAFO FlexiSport, two functionally similar braces styles. Watch the video to learn how they differ and what patients would benefit from each brace style.
Brace movement | DAFO 3.5 and DAFO FlexiSport side-by-side comparison
This side-by-side comparison shows how the leg and ankle move in the DAFO 3.5 as compared to the DAFO FlexiSport. Both of these leaf-spring style braces are designed to resist both plantarflexion and dorsiflexion. The DAFO FlexiSport is designed for bigger, more active patients, while the DAFO 3.5 is intended for smaller patients.