What is the common indicator for recurvatum or hyperextended knee?

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As it can provide stability of the knee while having a lighter weight than KAFO and is less bulky. Also, one of the common indications for it is recurvatum or hyperextended knee that occurs as a result of weak quadriceps. The design will be incorporated with a dorsiflexion restraint. It is essential that the dorsiflexion resistant is made stiff because the torque created by the body is very high. The AFO will be custom made with moulded plastic and will have anterior trim lines to ensure that it is rigid and does not deform under the weight of the body. It will have a full...
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