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The Turbomed FS3000 AFO 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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The TurboMed FS3000 AFO is a revolutionary new treatment option for drop foot. It’s unique patented design acts as an exoskeleton to the impaired limb and provides the user with unparalleled levels of function without discomfort or rubbing.

The FS3000 is a custom build modular ankle foot orthosis (AFO) made from highly durable thermoplastic (warrantied for 2 years). It attaches to the outside of footwear and is quickly and easily interchangeable from shoe to shoe.

Unlike many other AFO’s, the FS3000 does not prevent ankle plantarflexion or limit dorsiflexion, making it easier and much more comfortable for patients to walk and run on slopes, stairs and uneven surfaces.

Solving Drop Foot

The brace snaps in a lace clip attached to each shoe. (Alternate methods of fixation are also possible)

Solving Drop Foot

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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!

Features & Benefits:

  • Exoskeleton design fits onto the outside of the shoe
  • No skin contact with foot or ankle
  • Energy return due to patented design
  • Easily conforms to uneven ground and slopes
  • Highly durable thermoplastic (2 year warranty)
  • Heat Adjustable (to change width and dorsiflexion strength)
  • Easily transferable from shoe to shoe
  • Symmetrical design , Fits both right & Left foot
  • Easily positioned to invert or evert the foot if required

Clinical Limitations:

  • Inappropriate footwear
  • Gross fixed deformities of the foot and ankle
  • Severe Spasticity (Hypertonicity)

Clinical Indications:

  • Drop Foot & Dorsiflexion weakness
  • Peroneal nerve injury
  • |harcot Marie Tooth (CMT)
  • Stroke (CVA)
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Cerebral Palsy (CP)
  • Motor Neuropathy
  • Motor Neurone Disease (MND)

Can be used with:

  • Trainers/Running Shoes
  • Lace and velcro-fastening shoes/boots
  • Walking shoes/boots
  • Safety Work Boots/shoes
  • Dress Shoes
  • Sandals


Hours:of operation

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


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


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


240 Sydney (Suite 101)
St-Augustin-de-Desmaures, QC

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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.


The Turbomed Foot Drop Club

So everybody I've been on this group for a few months now I joined it once i learned the Turbo med AFO had a group I have been trying for quite a while to get a good quality pair I have had so many bouts with skin breakdown rubbing improper brace fitment shooting pains the list goes on from just braces and telling different large companies that they do not work and I finally went out on my own and got these well today when I came home from 1 of my handcycle rides and there was a package at my door step I guess workman's comp finally approved them after 4 years of different hard shell typical afo style and me ending up in the hospital from rubbing wounds "can't feel I'm a walking para " I'm a very happy man it's a life changing day for me today I got double drop foot and I'm just glad to try to start living life again
Now I gotta watch a quick YouTube video how to get them fit properly I don't think it's anything major considering I can build all these hand cycles and all these adaptive equipment I'm sure I can fit up a set of AFO 's to my own shoes
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Modded these Steve Madden shiny sneakers. So far so good. There's a little discomfort across the bridge of my foot. Trying to troubleshoot that. Other than that, I'm up to five pairs of women's footwear that work with the brace. Including a pair of booties without laces. ... See MoreSee Less

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Omg you guys my turbomed fs3000 broke! I’m really upset about this. Has anyone had this happen? I’ve owned the brace for about 2 and a half years so I’m outside the warranty period. I just emailed the company so I’m hoping to hear back soon and get an idea of my options but if anyone has had this happen, I would be grateful for your advice. Thanks!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Was fitted for my TurboMed today. I requested the device and Hanger Clinic contacted the company and worked with me to ensure I could possible wear it. I put it on about 1400 today and just took it off, it is so light compared to my other orthotic devices too bad I had to wait a year and go to another Hanger Clinic to try it. Thanks to Hanger Clinic of Salina, KS for this device. I am the first one at this office to be fitted. My copay was $128 with the insurance. I was prepared to drive to Quebec and pay $1000. I am walking well with this device. ... See MoreSee Less

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I will be going for my TurboMed fitting on Monday. I have been reading everyone's posts and am very excited to get my own! ... See MoreSee Less

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