Tarsal – Measurements and size guides

Tarsal Grade 1

Light and flexible stabilization for the tarsal joint, reduces pain and inflammation.

Prefabricated orthoses in standard sizes. Measurement form and size guide:

If the measurements are outside of the standard range we can customize an orthosis according to the measurements of the animal. Here you will find a measurement form for that.

Tarsal Grade 2

Stabilizes the tarsal joint after trauma and postoperatively. Adaptable to various types of injuries. Adjustable degree of stabilization and stabilization direction

Prefabricated orthoses in standard sizes. Measurement form and size guide:

If the measurements are outside of the standard range we can customize an orthosis according to the measurements of the animal. Here you will find a measurement form for that.

Tarsal Grade 3

Stabilizes the tarsal joint with extra stable support. Post-op and conservative treatment for medium to severe sprains and medium arthrosis. Provides rigid lateral and medial support and prevents tarsal joint movement. The orthosis uses a thermoplastic stabilizer system.

Prefabricated orthoses in standard sizes. Measurement form and size guide:

If the measurements are outside of the standard range we can customize an orthosis according to the measurements of the animal. Here you will find a measurement form for that.

Tarsal Grade 3
with Paw

Rigid orthosis that stabilizes the tarsal joint and the paw. The unique design with a thermoplastic fabric turns it into an immobilizing cast after heating, with the benefit of easy removal for skin control and for early rehabilitation.

Prefabricated orthoses in standard sizes. Measurement form and size guide:

If the measurements are outside of the standard range we can customize an orthosis according to the measurements of the animal. Here you will find a measurement form for that.

For guidance on how to fit and shape the orthosis you can watch our instructional video:

Tarsal Grade 4

Custom-made from cast. Designed according to the patient’s needs and can be adjusted and adapted to the desired level of movement with a stop band and/or motion limiter for controlled rehabilitation or as an extra insurance after delicate surgery.

Step 1 – Fill out the referral form:

Referral form

Step 2 – Fill out the measurement form.
Select the form below. If you cannot find the form you are looking for, please contact us.

Tarsal and Metatarsal Measurement form

Step 3 – Make a cast.
You will find instruction forms below.

Important! The joints must be in a natural loading position, with the exception of flexon tendon injury when the joints must be in an offloading angle. We will return casts that does not comply with this guideline.

Casting Tarsal instructions
Casting Tarsal and Metatarsal instructions

Step 4 – Send it to us.
Package plaster cast carefully and send it to us. Attach referral forms and dimensions form, or send them by email.

Here you will find forms for fitting. If you cannot find the form you are looking for or have any questions, please contact us.

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