The Promenade effectively manages unique gait dynamics of low impact ambulators including the population of diabetic & vascular amputee. The toe is not too soft or hard and deflects easily thus returns enough energy preventing any overpowering of the less mobile amputee. The daily activity of the user increases with more and natural stride.
The combination of easy deflected toe and dynamic heel provides effortless rollover thus minimizing gait deviations often seen in low impact ambulators. This saves the amputees energy to a large extent enabling them to increase their daily activities. The design of partial split toes enhances stability on uneven surfaces with controlled inversion/eversion. Promenad provides its amputee users with a confident and comfortable walking in day to day life.
Near Effortless Roll-Over Optimized For Low Impact Amputees A dynamic heel and easily deflected toe provide near effortless roll-over, helping to reduce gait deviations often presented by low impact ambulators. As a result, the amputee saves energy so they can do more and feel better at the end of the day. Partial Split Toe The split toe design offers controlled inversion/eversion for stability on uneven surfaces. Users will gain the confidence needed for a variety of walking conditions. Full Length Sole Plate The full length carbon sole plate provides increased energy storage and return and a stable base of support, promoting confidence among users.