The ankle moves in two main directions (dorsiflexion, or toes upward, and plantar flexion, or toes pointing downward).
Loss of dorsiflexion is more common and difficult to treat because greater force is needed to stretch structures like the Achilles tendon and posterior capsule.
The high-intensity Ermi Ankle Flexionater has been engineered to specifically target those anatomic structures most affected by severe motion loss after ankle injury with force analogous to what a physical therapist would use, all while remaining in patient control.
- Ankle fractures
- Achilles tendon repair
- Tibial fractures
- Calcaneus fractures
91% of patients achieved functional range of motion +110 degrees
“I used the Ankle Flexionater for five weeks and noticed huge improvement. I would recommend this to anyone who has had a severe ankle injury.”Rachel W. Patient
Recreate the proper body alignment and force used by physical therapists to increase knee motion.
Stretching techniques as a key component for treating patients and improving their ability to move.
Improve extension while allowing perfect forearm alignment, no matter the injury.
Safely stretch out a severely stiff great toe with rapid and lasting results.
Benefit from a hands-on partnership with the treating physician and physical therapist.