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1. The custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® was NOT designed as an answer for patients who*
2. It is recommended to assess the patient in a*
3. For a custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER®, it is recommended to capture the model using*
4. A significant aspect in achieving success with a custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® is*
5. When sending a cast for a custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER®, the cast must be a*
6. To minimize trunk sway, one could consider a custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® with*
7. It is no longer necessary to use a foot orthotic shell to control the biomechanics of the foot with a custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER®*
8. A patient presents with 15°of genu-valgum. A foot orthotic provides little or no correction. The best way to accurately represent this angle is to*
9. A patient who is of average size and shape but has delaminated two standard ToeOFF® or BlueROCKERs® is a candidate for*
10. On a trial fitting, both the distal and proximal wings of a ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® are digging into the leg of a 300lb patient. The best course of action is to*
11. With 5/8” (15mm) heel and ¼” (5mm) ball height measurements in the patient’s shoes, the heel height you should request on the custom form is*
12. Which of the following are critical to achieving success in fitting a custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® as well as a standard ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER®*
13. The dynamic properties of Allard carbon composite AFOs are*
14. To establish a baseline used to determine the dynamic qualities of the custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER®, you should*
15. A custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® candidate presents with mild crouch gait. One way to accommodate for this is to*
16. A post-polio patient is a candidate for ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER®, but due to extreme calf atrophy the fit of the standard ToeOFF® is less than optimal. You should*
17. Because of the flexible nature of carbon composite AFOs, it is not necessary to make sure the heel rise is accurately matched to the shoe*
18. A CMT patient presents with moderate equino-varus deformity. You should*
19. When completing the measurement form for the custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® it is necessary to*
20. When seeking to relieve pressure off the tibial crest the proper procedure is to*
21. What is the tallest a custom ToeOFF® or BlueROCKER® can be made?*
22. Which of the following options would make you order a Select Custom AFO vs a ToeOFF® Custom?*
23. What modification would have an extra charge?*
24. What is the warranty for a SELECT Custom AFO?*
25. Which of the following needs to be captured when sending your own scan to place your order?*
26. When submitting a fiberglass cast, how does Allard USA use a cast to create a mold for a Custom AFO?*
27. Ordering by measurements would be a valid choice in which of the following?*
28. How soon should the warranty be registered?*
29. A Measurement Form is required to be submitted along with a cast*
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