Daily Walking

Do gait and balance issues keep you from walking properly? Do you find yourself tripping over yourself more often than not? FS 3000 can help! More Info

Playing Sports

Are you an active individual or an athlete that has been stricken with drop foot never to run again? Have no fear– FS 3000 can help! More Info

Get Back To Work

Do you fear losing your job because your drop foot makes it difficult for you to do your work? Fear no more! The FS 3000 can help! More Info

ABOUT THE

FS3000 ORTHOSIS


This external foot drop brace will allow running, walking, hiking in mountain as long and as far as you want without any discomforts. This ankle foot orthosis (AFO), was tested in many conditions, during many marathons, triathlons, endurance activities and adventures in the wild Canadian backcountry. Unlike conventional foot drop brace, it can be fit on high hiking footwear, winter or safety boots.

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If you’re ready to take your life back…If you’re tired of being a slave to your foot drop, then let us help make you whole again!

HOW TO GET IN TOUCH

CONTACT US


Hours:of operation

(UTC-05:00) Eastern Time
(US & Canada)
Monday-Friday 9h30->16h00

Email:

Main Email: info@turbomedorthotics.com
François’ Email: fcote@turbomedorthotics.com
Stephane’s Email: ssavard@turbomedorthotics.com

Phone:

Main Phone: 001-888-778-8726
François’ Phone: 001-581-309-5472
Stephane’s Phone: 001-418-563-8675

Address:

986 Émélie-Chamard
Québec, QUE G1X 4V3 CANADA

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FS3000 Suggested L-Codes*: L-1951 & L-2820
L-1951: Ankle foot orthosis, spiral, (institute of rehabilitative medicine type), plastic or other material, prefabricated, includes fitting and adjustment
L-2820: Addition to lower extremity orthosis, soft interface for molded plastic, below knee section
*Suggested L-Codes are provided as a reference only. It is the responsibility of the practitioner to confirm this information.

Turbomed Orthotics (and any of its respective directors, officers, agents, contractors, interns, suppliers andemployees) will not be liable for any damages, losses or causes of action of any nature arising from any use of any of the informations or the provision of these above informations. It should be noted that, regardless of the source of coding information and guidelines, the final responsibility for correct coding, within all established laws, rules, standards, and practices is the sole responsibility of the facility and/or person who is submitting the claim.
Health Canada Medical Device Establishment License No 6354 Class I – CE Class I Medical Device – FDA Registration No: 3011816892 – Medical Device Listing no: D246429 - U.S. Patent No.8529484 – Canadian Patent 2692534 – Patent pending in Europe & other countries.
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The Turbomed Foot Drop Club

Race report:. Sunset flight line 5k. Ran along Marines airfield. During warmup, I didn't think my hip flexors would cooperate. I was prepared to drop out. As I warmed up further, my hip flexors being more cooperative so I ran.

I was tired throughout, but I ran anyway. I wanted 25, I got 27:22 or something. And I placed second in the old man category (55+)!

Stroke Survivors CAN!
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Big Dam Bridge Little Rock Arkansas 100 miles done. Even with foot drop. ... See MoreSee Less

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I want to express my gratitude to Stephane Savard and Francois Cote for this brace. I suffered tibial and peroneal nerve damage in January as a result of a nerve block for ankle surgery. I'm lucky in that I'm slowly regaining movement, though will likely take about 2 years. I found out about TurboMed early on from the doctor who did my EMG for the legs. It's been a blessing.
It's taken a lot of work (as I know it has for the members of this group) but I was able to dance at my som's wedding back in late April. And my wife and I have just finished a 2 week vacation where I averaged 11-12 miles a day, every day. Much of it uphill 😄 and on rough or uneven ground. There's no way I could have been able to prepare for and complete this trip to the level I did without this brace.
I've met half a dozen people since early this year who ask about it because they have foot drop or similar issues, and I've raved about the brace and steered them to the website. Hopefully someday I won't have to wear this brace but until when/if that happens, I'm lucky to have it!

And thanks to all who post on here. You're stories have helped me through some down days and it's encouraging to read your experiences. ... See MoreSee Less

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Some pictures from my son's game last night. These have better views of his TurboMed. He also wears a knee brace. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hello everyone,
I got my braces 😁 and I love them so much 😁

I am not sure do I get it right-the back of braces doesn't go all the way on the back of my snickers
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