Orthotics, commonly called braces/callipers, are devices used to correct, support or replace musculoskeletal functions lost or impaired as a result of injury or congenital irregularity.

They are also used for prevention of deformities. At ROBOTICREHAB we use the latest in high tech, lightweight components incorporated into precision fitting orthoses to achieve the best possible fit available. In addition, we also employ computer aided design/manufacturing (CAD/CAM) and microprocessor technologies, when appropriate.

Orthotics at ROBOTICREHAB begins with a one-on-one consultation with the clinician and includes evaluation, recommendations, treatment, education and rehabilitation.

Our practitioner’s major role is to design and fit custom made orthotic devices. Our Team is dedicated to provide patients with the most effective orthotic solutions. We are continually working to advance the care of orthotics through research and education.

Our Orthotic practitioner creates a range of precise, custom fit devices from complex bracing systems to spinal orthosis, neck orthosis, diabetic shoes, cranial helmets etc.

Treatments and services at ROBOTICREHAB  encompass pediatrics, adults, cranium, spine, upper and lower extremity, etc.


Customized Foot Orthosis & Insoles

Have you foot problems???  We have a perfect solutions…

ROBOTICREHAB ’s foot care clinic providing complete foot assessment and 3D foot scanning with foot scanner which helps to evaluate in an accurate way the following parameters

  1. Pressure distribution in orthostasis  condition
  2. Stability of the patient in static position
  3. Dynamic evaluation of the pressure during the dynamic phase of a step
  4. Peak pressure points and time of contact on the ground
  5. Individualization of areas at risk for the foot
  6. Helps in design of customized orthotic insole.

A custom foot orthosis  is a device designed to align the foot and ankle into the most anatomically efficient position. They look like insoles, but are bio-mechanical medical appliances that are custom made to correct your specific foot imbalance. It helps to reduce stress and strain on your body by bringing your feet back into proper alignment. The plastic body of the custom orthosis helps to re-align the foot by redirecting and reducing certain motion that takes place during the gait cycle. Custom orthotsis  fit into your shoes as comfortably as an insole – and they have the advantage of having been made from precise imprints of your feet.

Useful in following foot conditions

Achilles tendonitis, callus, corn, planter warts, hammer toes, mallet toes, claw toes, arch pain/strain, metatarsalgia, arthritis, heel fissures, heel pain, calcaneal spur, planter fasciitis, neuropathic foot, diabetic foot, Charcot foot, ingrown toe nails, hallux valgus, varus, overlapping toes etc…

We are providing all kind of customized orthotic foot insoles made up of best quality plastazote/ EVA sheet as per patient’s foot conditions.


  • Accommodation, support and stabilization of foot deformities
  • Evenly distribute the weight bearing stresses over the entire plantar surface of the foot.
  • Reduce the stress & strain on the ankle, knee, hip & spine indirectly.
  • Alleviate the pain from painful & sensitive areas of the sole of the foot.
  • Support the foot arches.
  • Provide relief for tender areas. i.e. corn, fissures
  • Re-alignment of anatomical structures
  • Redistribution of external and internal forces
  • Improvement of balance
  • Control of biomechanical function
  • Prevent painful pressure points, blisters, sores and decreases chances of amputation.

Also providing wide range of silicone gel care foot orthosis like silicone full insole, heel cushion, heel pad, metatarsal pad, heel wedge, arch support, bunion splint, toe separator, hammer toe splint, toe cover, antibacterial silver socks etc…

Scoliosis Orthoses

Used to provide corrective forces to the lumber and thoracic spine, this orthosis comes in many different styles.

Most common are the 23 hour Boston Brace (worn for 23 hours a day) or the nocturnal Providence Brace (worn during the night).

Indications for a Scoliosis Orthosis may include:

  • Infantile, Juvenile, and Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis
  • Neuromuscular Scoliotic Curves
  • Congenital Scoliotic Curves

Lumbosacral Orthoses

LSOs stabilize the lumbosacral spine through intra-abdominal pressure and provide pain relief by reducing pressure on individual vertebrae.

Indications for a Lumbosacral Orthosis may include:

  • Low Back Pain
  • Herniated Disc
  • Post Operative
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Lumbar Fracture
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Stenosis

Hyperextension Orthoses

This orthosis use three points of pressure to stabilize the thoracic spine.

Indications for a Hyperextension Orthosis may include:

  • Anterior Vertebral Body Fracture
  • Kyphosis (abnormal curvature of the spine) as a result of Osteoporosis
  • Scheumann’s Kyphosis
  • Degenerative Disc Disease

Thoracolumbar Sacral Orthoses

TLSOs are used to provide rigid support and stabilize the spine.

Indications for a TLSO may include:

  • Post Operative
  • Degenerative Disc disease
  • Spinal Fracture
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Spondylosis
  • Stenosis
  • Disc Herniation
  • Osteoarthritis

HALO Systems

Designed for maximum control of the cervical spine, Halos provide maximum immobilization of the head in relation to the thoracic spine.

Indications for a HALO System may include:

  • Cervical Spine Trauma
  • Hangman’s Fracture
  • Severe Instability of the Cervical Spine
  • Post Operative Stabilization

Cervical Thoracic Orthoses

Cervical Thoracic orthoses are designed to provide support and immobilization of the cervical and upper thoracic spine as well as provide anterior/posterior, medial/lateral and rotational control.

Indications for a Cervical Thoracic Orthosis may include:

  • Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine Trauma
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Post Operative
  • Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine Instability

Soft And Rigid Cervical Collars

These collars are used to stabilize the cervical spine and are made from flexible foam, for minimal support, and thermoplastic material, for maximum support.

Indications for Soft and Rigid Cervical Collars may include:

  • Cervical Trauma
  • Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Post Operative
  • Cervical Instability

Wrist Orthoses

Wrist orthoses support, protect and prevent deformities of the wrist, while Wrist Hand orthoses support both the wrist and hand.

Indications for a Wrist Orthosis or a Wrist Hand Orthosis Include:

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)
  • Wrist and/or Hand Contractures
  • When a Functional Hand Position is Indicated

Fracture Orthoses

Commonly referred to as “removable casts”, fracture orthoses protect and prevent deformity in the case of a non-displaced fracture.

Minimal movement of the fractured area actually promotes and stimulates bone growth resulting in less healing time.

Indications for an Upper Extremity Fracture Orthosis may include:

  • Fracture of the Humerus
  • Fracture of the Ulna
  • Fracture of the Radius

Elbow Orthoses

Designed to support, protect and prevent deformity of the elbow, this orthosis can be custom made or prefabricated depending on the amount of control needed. Your orthotist will work with your physician to determine the most appropriate orthosis for you.

Indications for an elbow Orthosis may include:

  • Post Operative
  • Olecranon (prominent bone of the elbow joint) Fracture
  • Medial or Lateral Epicondylitis
  • Elbow Contracture
  • Trauma

Shoulder Orthoses

Designed to support, protect and prevent deformity of the shoulder, this orthosis is commonly used post operatively for immobilization of the ball and socket joint.

Indications for a Shoulder Orthosis may include:

  • Tear of the Shoulder Capsule
  • Rotator Cuff Repair
  • Post Operative Use
  • Chronic AC Joint Dislocation

Myoelectric Orthoses

A custom-fit device, this orthosis uses Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) to activate muscle groups in the forearm to produce functional movement patterns in the hand.

Key Benefits include:

  • Neuromuscular re-education
  • Prevention/retardation of atrophy
  • Reduction of muscle spasm
  • Maintenance/increase of joint range of motion
  • Increase in local blood circulation
  • Providing hand function

Indications for a Myoelectric Upper Extremity Orthosis may include:

  • Cerebral Vascular Accident or Stroke
  • Spinal Cord Injury

Finger Orthoses

Finger orthoses are used to support, protect and prevent deformity of the fingers.

Indications for a Finger Orthosis include:

  • Boutinniere Deformity (the joint nearest the knuckle is bent toward the palm)
  • Mallet Finger (extensor tendon injury)
  • Dislocation
  • Swan Neck Deformity (joint nearest the finger tip is bent toward the palm and the joint nearest to palm is bent away from it)
  • Trigger Finger
  • DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis (inflammation of the tendons in the thumb)
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Fracture

Ankle Foot Orthoses

AFO’s protect, support and prevent further deformity or damage to the ankle and foot.

They can be custom made from a mold of the patient’s foot, or prefabricated, depending upon the control needed.

Indications for an Ankle Foot Orthosis include:

  • Drop Foot
  • CVA/Stroke
  • Arthritis
  • Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction
  • Ankle Instability
  • Paralysis
  • Ankle Fusion
  • Multiple Sclerosi

Knee Orthoses – Prefab & Custom

Designed to support, protect and prevent deformity of the knee joint, this orthotic can be prefabricated or custom molded.

Indications for a Knee Orthosis include:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Knee Instability
  • ACL/PCL Tear or Repair
  • Varus (Inward Angle) or Valgus Outward Angle) Deformities
  • MCL/LCL Insufficiencies
  • Post Operative
  • Patella Dislocation
  • Multiple Sclerosis

Fracture Orthoses

Commonly referred to as “removable casts”, these devices are designed to protect and prevent deformity from a non-displaced (simple) fracture.

Minimal movement of the fractured area stimulates bone growth resulting in faster healing.

Indications for a Fracture Orthosis include:

  • Fracture of the Tibia
  • Fracture of the Femur

Patella Tendon Bearing Orthoses

A PTB shifts weight bearing from the ankle/foot to the patella tendon and other pressure areas.

Indications for a PTB Orthosis include:

  • Ankle Fracture
  • Plantar Surface Heel Ulcer
  • Distal Tibial Fracture

Knee Ankle Foot Orthoses

KFAOs support, protect and prevent deformity of the knee, ankle and foot. They are usually custom made from a mold of the patient.

Several variations can be incorporated into a KAFO including range of motion knee joints, free motion ankle joints, varus/valgus correction straps and thigh lacers.

Indications for a Fracture Orthosis include:

  • Instability of the Knee and Ankle
  • CVA or Stroke
  • Paralysis Knee Replacement
  • Weak quadriceps
  • Genu Recurvatum (Knee bends backwards)
  • Spina Bifida
  • Post Polio
  • Cerebral Palsy