Hallux Rigidus/Limitus, Rigidly Platar Flexed 1st Ray, Sesamoiditis

All of these pathologies can be treated with a Reverse Morton’s Extension.

Hallux Rigidus/Limitus, Plantar Flexed First Ray and Sesamoiditis can all be treated with an accommodative orthotic device by adding a Reverse Morton’s Extension.

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What is a Reverse Morton’s Extension?

It is an extrinsic forefoot post to the Sulcus with a mild first ray cut-out of the shell and the first met head area cut away from the forefoot post

The Reverse Morton’s Extension has been very successful in reducing the jamming effect produced by Functional Hallux Limitus

 It also allows for dramatic off-loading but still cushions the painful area with your choice of mid-layer and top cover for a Sesamoid problem.

To Order 

Please check Reverse Morton’s Extension in the Accommodations section of the prescription order form.

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