TheraTogs ULTRA Lower Extremity System

TheraTogs ULTRA Lower Extremity System

Brand/Manufacturer: THERATOGS INC
  • FSA Approved

TheraTogs ULTRA Lower Extremity System is designed to address several alignment and functional deviations of the knee joints, developing femurs, and hip joints in an independently ambulatory child, and in an ambulatory adult with no problems related to hip or trunk stability. It is an effective intervention for the management of neuromotor, balance and gait disorders caused by a wide range of diagnoses, including Cerebral palsy, Hypotonia, Ligament laxity and Hemiplegia due to stroke or TBI.

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
GLE301 Pediatrics Each $32.09
GLE401 Petite Adult Each $33.47
GLE201 Pre-School Each $33.66
GLE601 Women's Small Each $38.18
GLE621 Women's Large Each $38.18
GLE721 Men's Large Each $38.22
GLE731 Men's X-Large Each $38.22
GLE701 Men's Small Each $39.26


  • TheraTogs ULTRA Lower Extremity System helps in supporting, assisting, and strengthening the lower abdominals
  • Appropriate knee joint modeling in developing infants and children
  • Improved step length
  • Improve load-bearing alignment
  • Assist quadriceps during late swing phase
  • Use joint links to influence foot alignment and function by realigning the leg segments
  • Defer or avoid the need for surgical long bone correction by using physiologic adaptation and skeletal modeling capacities in daily function
  • Indications:
    - Intoed gait in a child <7 years caused by excessive femoral torsion or excessive leg or foot rotation
    - Excess anterior pelvic tilt caused by excessive femoral torsion or excessive leg or foot rotation
    - Out-toed gait in a child <7 years caused by:
    ‚ 1) Diminished femoral torsion
    ‚ 2) Excessive lateral tibiofibular torsion
    ‚ 3) Hip outward rotation bias
    ‚ 4) Knee joint ligament laxity
    - Knee hyperextension in a child age <7 years, or newly acquired knee hyperextension, caused by cerebral palsy, hypotonia, or ligament laxity
    - Inadequate swing-phase knee extension in gait resulting in shortened step, caused by cerebral palsy, hemiplegia due to stroke, or traumatic brain injury
    - Genu varum or genu valgum, caused by knee joint ligament laxity
    - Persistent flexible foot pronation in hips/knees, caused by hypotonia or ligament laxity
    - Excessive flexible foot supination, caused by ligament laxity

More Information

  • Washing Instructions:
    -Machine wash gentle, cold wash.
    - No softeners, brighteners, fragrances.
    - Bleach as needed.
    - Dry flat, in shade.
    - Do not iron.
    - Do not dry clean.
    - Do not wring or twist.


Size Group

Weight Capacity
Pre-School25lb to 45lb
Pediatrics45lb to 65lb
Petite Adult65lb to 110lb
Women Small110lb to 140lb
Women Large170lb to 200lb
Men Small110lb to 145lb
Men Large170lb to 190lb
Men X-Large190lb to 240lb

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