Do you experience pain when you wear your AFO?

Your AFO brace can’t help you if it hurts and is uncomfortable to wear. It is possible an adjustment or possibly a different style of AFO would be a better fit for you.

foot drop orthosisFirst and foremost, Collier practitioners want to find the proper orthotic solution for the patient.

Our team care approach with the physicians and therapists will determine the correct device for the diagnoses. Collier can dispense the correct custom-fitted or custom designed orthoses depending on the patients’ needs. Typically Ankle Foot Orthosis is used to correct Foot Drop, help relieve Arthritis pain or to hold the muscles in place after a fracture.

Our Custom Ankle Foot Orthoses (AFO’s) are produced in our local facility which gives us precise quality control.


An Ankle Foot Orthosis (sometimes referred to as an AFO ankle brace) may be used to:

  • Control, guide, limit and/or immobilize an extremity, joint or body segment for a particular reason
  • Restrict movement in a given direction
  • Assist movement generally
  • Reduce weight bearing forces for a particular purpose
  • Aid rehabilitation from fractures after the removal of a cast
  • Otherwise correct the shape and/or function of the body, to provide easier movement capability or reduce pain

Our custom-made AFO family of orthoses are designed for maximum patient comfort therefore resulting in a higher rate of success for the patient.

Click here to see our AFO construction process.

Proprietary R-Wrap™

Our Custom-Engineered R-Wrap™ AFO Gives Patient Results No Other Provider Can Duplicate.

  • Two-piece interlocking system
  • Ultra-thin total contact
  • Inhibits severe spastic hypertonus
  • Reduces equines contractures

Our R-Wrap AFO™ comfortably provides proper counteractive forces. The interlocking thin pieces of polypropylene enclose the foot and, through total contact, holds the best possible anatomical alignment to correct the patient’s spastic and tone induced patterns of movement. If you would like to learn more about the development of the R-Wrap you can read our study here.

Solid AFO

  • Controls knee hyperextension/flexion
  • Drop-foot
  • Inversion/Eversion

Articulating No Cut

  • Controls knee hyperextension/flexion
  • Drop-foot, Inversion/Eversion
  • Can be converted to articulating when approved by PT specialist. This reduces the cost of an additional device,
    co-pay expense and everyone’s valuable time.


  • Dorsiflexion assist
  • Plantarflexion stop
  • Free motion
  • Inversion/Eversion
  • Knee hyperextension

We also offer custom-fit orthoses tailored for individual solutions.

Alternative AFOs: Ankle Foot Orthoses


• Richie Brace®

• Arizona AFO

• Fusion AFO

• Crow Walker


• ToeOFF®

• WalkOn®

• PF-night splint