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L300 Foot Drop System in use

Description

This animation video shows the Mechanism of Action (MOA) of the Bioness L300 Foot Drop System. The L300 helps people with foot drop (drop foot) caused by damage to Central Nervous System (CNS).

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L300, footdrop, dropfoot, foot drop, drop foot, central nervous system, CNS

Transcription

GERALD MCINTOSH, MD, Neurologist

The L300 begins to stretch the limits of what we used to be able to tell people they could anticipate in their recovery.

SHERI FRIEDMAN, MD, Neurologist

The L300 stimulates the muscles and nerves of the lower leg producing a more natural lift of the toe during ambulation. Their foot lifts, and they can place it in a more natural way. This allows them to walk at a more normal pace with a more normal gait and to not be in as much danger of tripping or losing their balance.

MAN

This is a level of control and balance that was way outside my ability wearing the AFO. It gave me speed and balance and confidence out in the community.

WOMAN

I felt this freedom because I was not confined to the AFO on my foot.

FRANK S. 8 years post-stroke

My basic problems with walking had to do with the pain from spastic hammertoe and the reduced control of balance. I think the L300 is pretty much eliminated pain. I think that it’s modulated the spasticity to a level that that’s not an issue; and, as a consequence, my balance has gotten better that puts less distortion on my spine.

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