DE202016100379U1 - Fußhebeorthese - Google Patents

Fußhebeorthese

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DE202016100379U1
DE202016100379U1 DE202016100379.2U DE202016100379U DE202016100379U1 DE 202016100379 U1 DE202016100379 U1 DE 202016100379U1 DE 202016100379 U DE202016100379 U DE 202016100379U DE 202016100379 U1 DE202016100379 U1 DE 202016100379U1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
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    • A61F5/0102Orthopaedic devices, e.g. splints, casts or braces specially adapted for correcting deformities of the limbs or for supporting them; Ortheses, e.g. with articulations
    • A61F5/0104Orthopaedic devices, e.g. splints, casts or braces specially adapted for correcting deformities of the limbs or for supporting them; Ortheses, e.g. with articulations without articulation
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Abstract

A foot lifting orthosis for the care of persons with general Fußhebeschwächen, with a foot support part (12), with at least one support portion (16) and with a between the Fußstützteil (12) and the at least one support portion (16) extending connecting portion (14) extending laterally from the foot support part (12) to the support section (16), characterized in that the foot support part (12) is formed by a plurality of layers of the scrim, wherein a fiber flow of the scrim is oriented at an angle to the longitudinal central axis (27) of the foot support part (12) and is designed as an Eversionsschnitt in which an anterior edge of the jelly is from the fifth toe to the base of the big toe or to bale the foot and extends from there from the clutch trapezoidal posterior.

Description

  • The invention relates to a Fußhebeorthese for the care of persons with general Fußhebeschwächen.
  • From the DE 103 38 128 B4 a Fußhebeorthese is known, which comprises a Fußstützteil and a spaced apart support portion, wherein extending between the Fußstützteil and the at least one support portion, a connecting portion. It is envisaged that the side strut is connected in the direction of travel angle rigid with the foot. The support surface, which is intended to rest on the tibia, can be adjusted relative to the side strut in the angular position. In this Fußhebeorthese the Fußstützteil extends completely along a sole of the user, that is, that the Fußstützteil has both a toe or bale section and a Fußgewölbeabschnitt and a heel section, which are integrally connected to each other. This has the disadvantage that a natural gear with respect to the rolling of the foot is adversely affected by the Fußstützteil.
  • To avoid such a disadvantage is by the DE 601 16 607 T2 proposed to provide an orthosis, wherein the Fußstützteil consists of a thin, molded, lightweight, fiber-reinforced plastic material, wherein a heel portion more flexible than a bale or toe portion and formed as a side strut connecting portion is substantially stiffer than the Fußstützteil is formed. Such an embodiment also has the disadvantage that the spiral dynamics of a movement sequence when walking through this Fußhebeorthese is affected and a feeling of security while walking is impaired.
  • The invention has for its object to provide a Fußhebeorthese for the care of persons with general Fußhebeschwächen, by the almost natural walking is made possible with an increased sense of security.
  • This object is achieved by a Fußhebeorthese, wherein the Fußstützteil is formed by a plurality of layers of Geleges, which is aligned with respect to the fiber flow diagonally to the longitudinal center axis of the Fußstützteils and at least one layer of the Gele is designed as Eversionsschnitt, in which an anterior edge of the From the fifth toe extend to the big toe or the ball of the big toe and extend trapezoidally from there to the heel. Thereby, a so-called inversion protection can be provided, that is, an outside of the foot is more strongly supported than an inside. In particular, a medial side of the heel is supported, which raises the heel bone and reduces tension on the Achilles tendon.
  • Furthermore, it is preferably provided for the formation of the inversion protection, that the number of layers of Geleges starting from the ball portion in the direction of the Fußgewölbeabschnitt increases and trapezoidal surface areas are formed, the stiffness of the vault portion also increases. This makes it possible to provide a high rigidity of the sole plate in the region of the arch portion and the transition region to the connecting portion, whereby an increasing decrease of the rigidity is made possible in the direction of the toes. As a result, the rolling behavior can be improved.
  • Furthermore, it is preferably provided that the Eversionsschnitt can be provided on an upper side or a lower side of the sole plate or on both sides.
  • A preferred embodiment provides that the footrest part has a sole plate, which has a bale portion and an adjoining arch portion and a recessed heel portion. As a result, when the heel-toe is put on, the user can immediately make direct contact with the ground with his heel, thereby initiating a natural walking step. In addition, such a sole plate with a cut-away or recessed heel section has the advantage that this orthosis does not build up so high in a shoe. In addition, a slippage of the heel in the shoe is minimized. Alternatively, the soleplate may also have a heel portion that integrally connects to the arch support portion. The number of layers of the scrim may decrease toward the end of the heel portion so that the heel portion decreases in stiffness towards the end of the heel portion. As a result, an improved rolling behavior can be achieved.
  • According to a further preferred embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese it is provided that a posterior end of the Fußgewölbeabschnitts anterior to the heel bone of a foot. As a result, the heel bone of the user after applying the Fußhebeorthese is completely free to allow for touch a natural feel. In addition, the Fußgewölbeabschnitt can attack directly in the transition region between the calcaneus and the arch of the foot or the heel bone and the talus and take over the support function for the foot.
  • Furthermore, it is preferably provided that the arch area is posterior with a contour is limited, which has a curved course between an outer side and an inner side of the Fußstützteils in a view from above on the Fußstützteil. By this curved course, a recess may be provided for the heel area in the arch area, in which the heel bone merges into the anklebone. As a result, the walking comfort can be increased, since the Fußgewölbeabschnitt does not affect the footprint of the heel bone.
  • A further preferred embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese provides that the the arch portion bounding contour seen in a view from above has a aligned in the direction of the bale section concave profile. As a result, the posteriorly aligned portion of the foot arch portion is adapted to the natural foot shape of the heel bone.
  • It is preferably provided that, starting from the contour that concludes the foot arch section, a rear contact surface extends in the direction of the arch section. This rear footprint is concavely curved in the Fußgewölbeabschnitt and connect to a front footprint over. As a result, an improved standing position can be taken. In addition, the sole plate can be better adapted to a foot shape.
  • If a Fußstützteil a Fußhebeorthese is provided with a heel portion, the rear footprint is displaced in the heel portion. The lateral heel fixation sections can preferably be retained.
  • The arched portion preferably has, starting from a longitudinal center axis of the Fußabstützteils to the medial and lateral side or to the inside and outside of the Fußstützteils running each a Heelsfixierabschnitt, which is curved relative to a contact surface of the Fußstützteils and laterally upwardly oriented. As a result, laterally and upwardly oriented abutment walls are formed by the heel fixing sections in order to engage the heel bone on both sides and secure it against lateral slipping or tilting with respect to the longitudinal center axis of the footrest part.
  • A further preferred embodiment of the Heersfixierabschnitte provides that they are aligned curved upward and tongue-shaped. As a result, these heel fixing sections can cling to the heel bone and allow a comfortable fixation for the wearer, in particular lateral fixation of the foot to the foot support part.
  • The at least one heel fixing section preferably forms a transition region between the connecting section and the footrest part. According to a first embodiment it is provided that the Heersfixierabschnitt merges integrally into the connecting portion. Depending on the configuration of the transition region or of the connection section, the rigidity or compliance of the at least one support section relative to the footrest part can be determined. Alternatively it can be provided that in the transition region, a joint is provided, so that the connecting portion is pivotally connected to Fersenfixierabschnitt.
  • A further preferred embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese provides that the Fußstützteil, the connecting portion and the at least one support portion of at least one layer of a Geleges, in particular a fiber-reinforced scrim, and at least one layer of Geleges are continuously from the Fußstützteil in the connecting portion and preferably further extends into the at least one support portion. Thereby, a one-piece Fußhebeorthese can be created, the areas of which can be determined in terms of degree of stiffening by the number of layers of the eggs in the individual areas. In addition, it can be created by a weight-moderate Fußhebeorthese.
  • According to a first embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese is provided that the connecting portion between the Fußstützteil and the at least one support portion may be formed as a T-shaped bracket. This represents a constructive simple design and allows in a simple manner the vote of rigidity between Fußstückteil and the support section.
  • Furthermore, it is preferably provided that the connecting portion is formed by a band-shaped strut or a band-shaped web. This represents a simple embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese, which also does not apply. As a result, the wearing of such Fußhebeorthese from the outside is barely visible.
  • Preferably, it is provided in the embodiment of the connecting portion as a strut that this is seen concave curved in cross-section. In particular, the convex surface of the concavely curved strut is aligned with the foot support part, that is to say that this surface is aligned with the lower leg of the user in order to allow a pressure-free installation.
  • A further preferred embodiment of the connecting portion provides that the cross-section curved strut starting from Fersenfixierabschnitt in the direction of the support portion is rotated in its orientation, so that in the region of the Heersfixierabschnitts outwardly facing concave surface of the strut has near the support portion in the direction of the ball portion of the footrest. As a result, a simplified connection between the connecting section and the supporting section can be made possible, in particular when the supporting section is designed as a shinbone system.
  • A further alternative embodiment of the connecting portion between the footrest part and the at least one support portion provides that it is divided into two webs, between which a recess is provided. As a result, a particularly rigid connecting portion can be created, which can be used in particular in persons with a high body weight.
  • A further alternative embodiment of the connecting portion provides that this is designed as a bar-shaped curved bracket. This is preferably achieved by twisting the at least one layer of the fabric and advantageously has a round cross-section. This allows a long life and a good wearing comfort can be achieved.
  • The connecting section preferably merges integrally into the support section. This allows a simplification in the production.
  • Furthermore, it is preferably provided that the connecting section is connected to an inner side of the footrest part and extends laterally and posteriorly to the ankle knuckle up to the support section.
  • A further advantageous embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese provides that the support portion is designed as a shin bone, which preferably has a downwardly open recess which extends in the contact area, against which the tibia. Preferably, a fastening band can be provided on the support section. As a result, safe power relations between the footrest and the support member can be achieved as tibia. Alternatively, the support portion may also be formed by at least two individual sections, which rest laterally on the tibia.
  • A further alternative embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese provides that on both sides of the Fußstützteils at the Fersenfixierabschnitten each connecting portions are articulated, each having at least one support portion, which preferably engages laterally on the lower leg. This allows a simple entry is made possible in bilateral connection sections in the Fußhebeorthese. It can be made possible both from the front and from the rear an entry.
  • Furthermore, it is preferably provided in the articulated arrangement of the connecting portions on the Heersfixierabschnitten the Fußhebeorthese that extends from the first support portion on the Fußstützteil to the second support portion, an elastic fastening tape. Thereby, the footrest part can be moved towards the support portions by means of the fastening strap and raised to counteract Fußhebeschwäche.
  • The invention and further advantageous embodiments and developments thereof are described in more detail below with reference to the examples shown in the drawings and explained. The features to be taken from the description and the drawings can be applied individually according to the invention individually or in combination in any combination. Show it:
  • 1 a perspective view of a Fußhebeorthese,
  • 2 a schematic side view of Fußhebeorthese according to 1 .
  • 3 a schematic sectional view of the Fußhebeorthese along the line III-III in 2 .
  • 4 a schematic sectional view of Fußhebeorthese along the line IV-IV in 2 .
  • 5 a schematic side view of an alternative embodiment to 1 .
  • 6a u. b schematic sectional views along a connecting portion of Fußhebeorthese according to 5 .
  • 7 another alternative embodiment of Fußhebeorthese too 1 .
  • 8th a schematic sectional view of the Fußorthese along the line VIII-VIII in 7 .
  • 9 a schematic view of an alternative support section 16 .
  • 10 a schematic side view of another alternative Fußhebeorthese too 1 .
  • 11 a second view of the Fußhebeorthese according to 10 and
  • 12 a bottom view of a sole plate of Fußhebeorthese and
  • 13 a schematic bottom view of a sole plate of an alternative embodiment of Fußhebeorthese.
  • In 1 is in perspective a Fußhebeorthese 11 shown. This Fußhebeorthese consists of a Fußstützteil 12 , a connecting portion arranged laterally thereon 14 , the one supporting section 16 receives. The support section 16 is designed such that it serves as a shin bone. At the support section 16 an unspecified fastening strap is provided through which the support sections 16 can be fixed to the tibia of the wearer, after this fastening tape has been placed around the calf to back to the support section 16 attack. In addition, a further support section may be provided for engagement with the calf on the fastening band.
  • The foot orthosis 11 is in 2 in a schematic side view and in 3 shown in a plan view. which from a section along the line III-III in 2 evident.
  • The footrest part 12 includes a bale section 18 which extends to the tips of the toes along the foot of the football. In this area is a front footprint 27 educated. To the bale section 18 adjoining is a foot arch section 19 intended. This arch section 19 may be a bulge or elevation 21 include to support the arch of the foot. The foot arch section 19 is posterior by a contour 23 limited, creating a recessed heel area 22 is formed. The contour 23 of the foot arch section 19 has in plan view of the footrest part 12 seen a concave curved course, which in the direction of the bale section 18 has.
  • Seen in a side view follows the contour 23 in the direction of the foot arch section 19 a rear footprint 24 at. This footprint 24 has a convex curvature in the direction of the foot arch portion. At the outer end of the contour 23 and at the foot arch portion 19 then laterally and medially there is a Heersfixierabschnitt 26 formed, which in the plan view of the Fußstützteil 12 seen tongue-shaped is formed. This heel section 26 extends from a rear footprint 24 of the footrest part 12 laterally upwards, like this from the 1 and 2 is apparent. The heel fixation sections 26 medial and lateral attack on the heel bone, with the intermediate contour 23 , which comprises the concavely curved course, runs anterior to the heel bone. This is achieved on the one hand, that the heel section 22 is entirely recessed when placing the heel on the ground, but the heel bone at least laterally to Fußstützteil 12 through the heel fixation sections 26 guided and secured against lateral tilting.
  • The heel fixation sections 26 thus extend starting from a footprint 27 forming area three-dimensionally curved laterally upward to fix the heel bone on both sides in the manner of a C-shaped bracket.
  • The foot arch section 19 goes into the connection section 14 fluent over. It may also be a transition region formed around the connecting portion 14 to align vertically. It goes the connection section 14 preferably in the heel fixing section 26 and from there into the foot arch section 19 above.
  • The connecting section 14 is according to the embodiment of Fußhebeorthese 11 in 1 as a footbridge 33 , in particular band-shaped web formed, which extends posteriorly to an ankle about this upwards and at the upper end of the support portion 16 receives. The connecting section 14 is thereby formed as a kind of C-shaped bracket.
  • At the Fußhebeorthese 11 according to 1 has the connection section 14 in the sectional view in FIG 4 along the section line IV-IV in 2 a concave curved course, wherein the convex outside of the web 33 in the direction of a longitudinal central axis 29 of the footrest part 12 is directed. Through this concave curved cross section of the connecting portion 14 can be given a higher rigidity and increased resistance to breakage.
  • The foot orthosis 11 preferably consists of several layers of a Geleges. In this case, a fiber-reinforced scrim, in particular a glass-fiber-reinforced or carbon fiber-reinforced scrim, is preferably selected as scrim. The scrim is preferably formed bidirectionally with respect to the force absorption. It is envisaged that in the area of the foot arch section 19 several layers are provided one above the other, the bale section 18 decrease. To the bale section 18 For example, the number of layers of the fabric in the direction of the toe tip can be further reduced, so that there is an increasing flexibility in the bale section 18 starting from the foot arch section 19 can be given to the toe tip.
  • The scrim is preferably at an angle to the longitudinal central axis 29 of the footrest part 12 aligned, as in 1 through the thin lines 25 is shown. Especially in the area of the foot arch section 19 the layers are continued throughout, so that these in the Fersenfixierabschnitt 26 and then into the connecting section 14 pass. By bundling or compressing the layers in the heel fixing section 26 in the connecting section 14 can increased rigidity of the connecting portion, in particular in the transition region to the arch portion 19 , be achieved. The individual layers then extend from the connection section 14 advantageously in the support section 16 , This allows the footrest 12 , the connection section 14 and the support section 16 be formed integrally.
  • At one of the connecting section 14 opposite outside of the footrest part 12 can be an upstand 34 be provided, which allows additional lateral guidance of the forefoot. This upstand 34 Can with the opposite of the sole plate 17 upwardly rising portion of the connecting portion 14 interact.
  • In 5 is a modification of the Fußhebeorthese 11 according to the 1 to 4 shown. In the 6a and 6b are sectional views taken along section line VI-VI and VII-VII. This embodiment deviates from that in the 1 to 4 to the effect that in an upper region of the connecting portion 14 , in particular near the support section 16 , as illustrated by the sectional view VII-VII, the web 33 is rotated with respect to its orientation, for example, in the region of the section line VI-VI, namely to the effect that the concave curvature in the direction of the longitudinal central axis 29 is turned to. For example, a 90 ° rotation relative to the alignment in the area of the section line VI-VI near the support section 16 of the footbridge 33 be given, whereby the connecting section 14 in the region of the turned web in the region of the section line VII-VII is softer than in the lower region, for example, between the section line VI-VI to Fersenfixierabschnitt 22 , The twisted portion of the connection portion 14 can, for example, from half the length of the connection section 14 or from an upper third or quarter of the connecting section 14 kick off.
  • An alternative embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese not shown deviates from the in 1 from that the connecting section 14 has a central region with a recess, so that two webs are formed by this recess. Immediately after the heel fixation section 26 Such a separation of the connecting section can take place in two webs. These webs can be merged again before the transition into the support section. It is preferably provided that each web has a contour according to the sectional view in FIG 4 having. Each web may have a slight concave curvature, the convex outer side pointing in the direction of the longitudinal central axis.
  • In 7 is another alternative embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese 11 to 1 shown. This embodiment differs from that in FIG 1 in that the connecting section 14 instead of a band-shaped web 33 or a band-shaped strut is rod-shaped. The connecting section 14 has a C-shaped course. Starting from the heel fixation section 26 includes this connection section 16 a preferably constant curvature. An upper end of the connecting portion 14 goes into an upper area of the support section 16 above. As a result, the structure or the entire height of the Fußhebeorthese can be reduced. In particular, such an arrangement is made possible that the support portion 16 below the muscle attachment on the lower leg attacks.
  • The connecting section 14 can be made by a twist of the puzzle. After forming the heel fixation section 26 Subsequently, the clutch can be repeatedly rotated or twisted to preferably a cross-sectionally round connecting portion 14 train. In the transition area of the connection section 14 to the support section 16 the sheet-like scrim may in turn be formed flat according to the desired shape, so that this support section 16 serves as a shin system.
  • Alternatively, it can also be provided that the connecting portion 14 is formed by superimposing of scrim. In this case, for example, a curved segment-like cross section can be achieved, wherein the curvature to the longitudinal central axis of Fußhebeorthese 11 has.
  • Furthermore, it can be provided in the aforementioned embodiments that one or more metallic wires or a metal braid in the connecting portion 14 is incorporated, so that this inside, in particular as a core, along the connecting portion 14 extends and is surrounded by the clutch outside.
  • In 9 is a schematic view of an alternative embodiment of the support portion 16 shown. This support section 16 may be cup-shaped, wherein in a front middle area, which after applying the Fußhebeorthese 11 rests against the tibia, a recess 51 is provided. This can have a kind of V-shaped contour. The recess 51 is down to the sole plate 17 pointing open trained. This can extend over a substantial area of the support section 16 extend. This can a lower load on the shin bone edge can be achieved, whereby the wearing comfort can be increased.
  • In this embodiment of the support section 16 according to 9 As in the above embodiments, the support portion 16 at the edges 52 at least partially or completely circumferentially have a curvature, which is oriented towards a facing an inner bearing surface. At the edges 52 Gentle transitions are created that do not cause pressure points on the user.
  • In the 10 and 11 is another alternative embodiment of the Fußhebeorthese 11 to 1 shown. This foot orthosis 11 which in two different views in the 10 and 11 is shown, deviates to the effect of the Fußhebeorthese 11 in 1 from that on both sides - that is lateral and medial - to the foot support part 12 one connecting section each 14 is provided, each in a lateral support section 16 passes. In addition, the connection section 14 through a joint 41 pivotable to the heel fixation section 26 arranged. Furthermore, a fastening tape 42 provided, which in a front region of the first support portion 16 attacks and crosses the contact area 27 below the footrest part 12 passed through, so that this on the second support section 16 can be attached. This creates a tensile stress between the support sections 16 and the bale section 18 created. In the rear area of the support sections 16 can another attachment tab 44 be provided to the column sections 16 to fix the user's lower leg.
  • The embodiment of the Fußstützteils 12 with a cutaway heel area 22 as well as the foot arch section 19 arranged Heersfixierabschnitten 26 according to the embodiment in 1 are also in this alternative embodiment according to the 10 and 11 intended.
  • The basic structure of the alternative embodiment of Fußhebeorthese 11 according to the 10 and 11 is from the DE 199 41 368 B4 known, to which reference is made in full.
  • In the used scrim preferably a fiber-reinforced scrim is provided, which is impregnated, for example with plastic material, such as polyethylene, polypropylene, modified polyethylene terephthalate, polyamide, polyethylene terephthalate, polyetherimide, polyester sulfone, polyether ketone or the like.
  • Furthermore, so-called pre-pregs can also be used.
  • The scrim may be soaked with resins, for example. For example, epoxy resin, PMMA resins or polyurethane resins or other resins suitable for the scrim may be used.
  • In 12 is a bottom view of the sole plate 17 the foot lifting orthosis 11 shown. It is envisaged that the sole plate 17 has a structure by the number of scrim and orientation of the scrim to form an Eversionsschnitt. A fiber course of the scrim is at an angle to the longitudinal central axis 27 of the footrest part 12 aligned, in which an anterior edge of the leash from the fifth toe extends to the base of the big toe or to the ball of the foot and extends from there the clutch trapezoidal posterior. The other layers of the eggs are aligned analogously. This results from the big toe in the bale section 18 towards the heel section 22 trapezoidal surfaces 61 . 62 . 63 . 64 , each area 61 to 64 is formed by at least one additional layer of the Geleges. The number of clutches decreases from the bale section 18 over the foot arch section 19 to the heel section 22 to. It can of a trapezoidal surface 61 to 63 to the adjacent trapezoidal surface 62 to 64 the increase in the number of layers of the Gele be provided by one layer or multiple layers. By these trapezoidal elevations, the foot's Eversionsstellung is promoted under the load of the foot and the heel bone supported in the neutral position. It is achieved a so-called inversion protection.
  • Such a structural design can not only on the underside of the sole plate 17 be provided as exemplified in 12 is shown, but also only on an upper side of the sole plate 17 or both on the top and bottom of the soleplate 17 be provided.
  • In 13 is an alternative embodiment of the soleplate 17 of the footrest part 12 intended. In this embodiment, the heel portion is 22 formed and integral with the Fußgewölbeabschnitt 19 and the bale section 18 connected. In this embodiment, the laterally upwardly formed Heersfixierabschnitte 26 be provided.
  • From the foot arch section 19 towards the heel section 22 In turn, the number of layers of the scrim may decrease, thus increasing the bending ability of the heel portion 22 , in particular to the rear end, is possible.
  • In this embodiment, it is provided that the rear footprint 24 , such as in 2 is shown, deleted or in the heel section 22 is relocated. Advantageously, from a footprint of the heel bone of a convex curvature in the direction of Fußgewölbeabschnitt 19 extend, with this contouring of the sole plate 17 adapted to the natural shape of the foot.
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  • Cited patent literature
    • DE 10338128 B4 [0002]
    • DE 60116607 T2 [0003]
    • DE 19941368 B4 [0064]

Claims (22)

  1. Foot lifting orthosis for the care of persons with general Fußhebeschwächen, with a Fußstützteil ( 12 ), with at least one support section ( 16 ) and with a between the Fußstützteil ( 12 ) and the at least one support section ( 16 ) extending connecting portion ( 14 ) which extends laterally from the footrest part ( 12 ) to the column section ( 16 ), characterized in that the footrest part ( 12 ) is formed by a plurality of layers of the scrim, wherein a fiber course of the scrim at an angle to the longitudinal central axis ( 27 ) of the footrest part ( 12 ) and is designed as an Eversionsschnitt in which an anterior edge of the Geleges from the fifth toe to the base of the big toe or bale of the foot extends and extends from there from the clutch trapezoidal posterior.
  2. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 1, characterized in that the number of layers of Gele from the Fußgewölbeabschnitt ( 19 ) to the bale section ( 18 ) and trapezoidal areas ( 61 . 62 . 63 . 64 ) are formed whose rigidity to the bale section ( 18 ) decreases.
  3. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the Eversionsschnitt on an upper side or a lower side of the sole plate ( 17 ) is provided.
  4. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the Fußstützteil ( 12 ) a sole plate ( 17 ) having a bale section ( 18 ), a subsequent Fußgewölbeabschnitt ( 19 ) and a recessed heel section ( 22 ) or one at the foot arch section ( 19 ) subsequent heel section ( 22 ) having.
  5. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the posterior end of the Fußgewölbeabschnitts ( 19 ) runs anterior to the heel bone of a foot.
  6. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the Fußgewölbeabschnitt ( 19 ) posterior with a contour ( 23 ), which in a view from above on the sole plate ( 17 ), a curved course between an outer side and an inner side of the Fußstützteils ( 12 ) having.
  7. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 6, characterized in that the curved course of the contour ( 23 ) is formed as a concavely curved course, which in the direction of the bale section ( 18 ) is aligned.
  8. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 6 or 7, characterized in that from the contour ( 23 ) starting in the direction of the foot arch section ( 19 ) a rear footprint ( 24 ), which preferably convexly curved in the Fußgewölbeabschnitt ( 19 ) passes over.
  9. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the Fußgewölbeabschnitt ( 19 ) starting from a longitudinal central axis ( 29 ) of the sole plate ( 17 ) to the inside and outside of the footrest part ( 12 ) each extending a Heersfixierabschnitt ( 26 ), which faces a footprint ( 27 ) of the footrest part ( 12 ) is at least curved and aligned laterally pointing upward.
  10. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 9, characterized in that the curved upwardly extending Heersfixierabschnitte ( 26 ) extend tongue-shaped posteriorly.
  11. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 9 or 10, characterized in that the Heersfixierabschnitt ( 26 ) a transition region between the connecting portion ( 14 ) and the footrest part ( 12 ), in which the heel fixing section ( 22 ) in one piece into the connecting section ( 14 ) or the connection section ( 14 ) with a joint ( 41 ) to the heel fixing section ( 22 ) connected is.
  12. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the heel support part ( 12 ), the connecting section ( 14 ) and the at least one support section ( 16 ) are produced from at least one layer of a fabric, in particular a fiber-reinforced fabric, and preferably at least one layer of the fabric is produced continuously from the foot support part ( 12 ) in the connecting section ( 14 ) and preferably in the support section ( 16 ).
  13. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the connecting portion ( 14 ) is designed as a C-shaped bracket.
  14. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 13, characterized in that the connecting portion ( 14 ) by a band-shaped web ( 33 ) or a band-shaped strut is formed, which is preferably seen in cross-section concavely curved or arc-segment-shaped, wherein the convex outer side of the web ( 33 ) to the longitudinal central axis ( 29 ) of the footrest part ( 12 ) is pointing.
  15. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 13 or 14, characterized in that the cross-sectionally concave curved web ( 33 ) of Connection section ( 14 ) between the heel fixing section ( 22 ) and the support section ( 16 ) or near the transition into the supporting section ( 16 ) opposite one at the heel fixing section (FIG. 22 ) adjacent area is rotated, so that the upper area of the bridge ( 33 ) with its concave curvature towards the bale section ( 18 ) is aligned.
  16. Fußhebeorthese according to one of claims 4 to 13, characterized in that the connecting portion ( 14 ) a longitudinally extending recess ( 32 ), through which two adjacent webs ( 33 ) are formed.
  17. Fußhebeorthese according to one of claims 4 to 13, characterized in that the connecting portion ( 14 ) is rod-shaped and preferably has a round cross-section, wherein at least one layer of Geleges is repeatedly twisted.
  18. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the connecting portion ( 14 ) in one piece into the support section ( 16 ) passes over.
  19. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the connecting portion ( 14 ) medial to the foot support part ( 12 ) is provided extending and laterally posterior to the ankle to the support section ( 16 ).
  20. Fußhebeorthese according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the support portion ( 16 ) is designed as a shin system, in particular a downwardly open recess ( 51 ) having.
  21. Fußhebeorthese according to one of claims 1 to 19, characterized in that on both sides of the Fußstützteils ( 12 ) at the heel fixation sections ( 22 ) articulated connection sections ( 14 ) are provided, each having a support portion ( 16 ), which engage laterally on the lower leg.
  22. Fußhebeorthese according to claim 21, characterized in that of the first support section ( 16 ) via a front footprint ( 27 ) of the footrest part ( 12 ) to the second support section ( 16 ) an elastic fastening band ( 42 ).
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