GoOn Foot Ankle Orthosis



Foot drop refers to the inability to lift the front part of the foot off the ground by contracting the muscles in your shin (Dorsiflexors). Foot drop can make walking difficult and increase your risk of falls or injury. People with foot drop may lift the knee higher or swing the leg round to avoid catching the toes when walking. This results in a very energy inefficient gait and can increase your risk of secondary complications such as knee, hip and back pain.

The GoOn is a mild drop foot support that lifts the foot upwards to aid dorsiflexion (foot-lift while walking). It can be used to treat drop foot caused by mild symptoms of a number of conditions such as spinal cord lesions, traumatic brain injuries, as well as stroke survivors and the elderly who have lost some of their ability to lift their foot when walking.


Dorsiflexor weakness caused by:

  • Fatigue syndrome
  • Problems with balance
  • Dementia
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neuromuscular atrophy
  • Peroneal palsy


  • Universal size (adult size). One size fits all users
  • Front support attached directly to the foot
  • Very secure, firm fit
  • Spring elements made of individual filaments
  • Controlled lifting force, moderate guidance and torsion control of the foot
  • Viscoelastic cushion
  • Minimised pressure on the top of the foot
  • Easy handling and soft materials
  • High acceptance
  • Dorsal spring construction
  • Wearable with or without footwear, regardless of heel height. If the orthosis is worn without footwear, an additional hook-and-loop closure is required (included as standard)
  • Orthosis does not cover the heel and forefoot
  • High proprioception
  • Easy to wash
  • Hygienic

Universal size

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Size Guide

Universal Size

Fits left or right foot