Parkinson’s disease refers to a complex neurodegenerative disease which is characterised by progressive gait impairments and postural disparities that significantly affect an individual’s quality of life.Read More
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) refers to a heterogenous group of inflammatory arthritis occurring in children which leads to increased production of synovial fluid and effusion into affected joints. This causes decreased muscle strength and compromises bone health.Read More
One of the most common debilitating complaints, low back pain can result in significant limitations in movement, work absence and increase in health care costs.Read More
Striving to achieve the highest standards in orthotic manufacturing, MASS4D® customised foot orthotics are fabricated employing 3D casting techniques which help in the exact duplication of the plantar anatomy of the foot.
Cerebral palsy refers to a group of permanent disorders occurring in the early stages of development which affect, in part, movement and posture.Read More
A cavus foot deformity refers to an abnormally elevated medial arch which is marked by a varus hindfoot, high calcaneal pitch, high-pitched midfoot and a plantar flexed-adducted forefoot.Read More
The efficacy of an orthotic device in management and treatment strategies of lower extremity pathologies depends on its ability to improve the overall functionality of the foot without compromising on comfort and fit.Read More
Plantar pressure distribution is considered a significant indicator of various foot pathologies as it provides valuable information regarding gait kinematics and ground reaction forces acting on the foot.Read More