Danny Brown Bar Shoes specializes in treating children's clubfoot
The Denis Browne bar, also known as the Denis Browne splint or foot abduction orthosis, is a medical device used in the treatment of club foot. The device is named after Sir Denis Browne (1892-1967), an Australian-born surgeon at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London who was considered the father of pediatric surgery in the United Kingdom. Browne first described the device in 1934. The bar may be used as part of the Ponseti method, a series of nonsurgical techniques to address club foot.
The Denis-Browne Bar is a device attached to the bottom of the child’s shoes and worn at night The splint consists of a spreader bar and two metal plates or brackets to which shoes are attached.
The shoe plates can be attached in two ways, i.e. fastened to the bar with a clamp to the side of the shoe, or screwed into the bottom of the shoe. Either method allows loosening to position the feet in as much internal or external rotation as the physician deems necessary.
The adjustable connecting rod (Denis Browne bar) can adjust the width of the feet and the inner and outer rotation angle on special orthopedic shoes(Markell Shoes).There are different orthopedic shoes for foot varus and valgus, which can effectively control the abnormal position of the foot.Orthopedic shoes are made of natural leather with a good effect of immobilization.
The special orthopedic shoes (Markell Shoes) can fix the affected foot securely.The width of feet and angle of rotation can be adjustable by the connecting rod (Denis Browne bar) on sole, the foot is fixed at the desired position. It will guide the feet to grow in the right direction, consolidate and improve the effect of clinictreatment.