on 2/5/02 12:05 PM, J Bindi at [email protected] wrote:
> Hello All,
> I have a patient who has worn the Seattle Air Stance shock, but has
> blown the seal a couple of times. He’s a skiier and otherwise very
> active. He has tested the TruStep foot and likes that for the
> dorsiflexion it affords him while skiing. He would like to try
> another type of shock and use it with the TruStep foot (so ReFlex VSP
> and Pathfinder are out). I haven’t used many shock pylons. I would
> welcome any recommendations and the reasons you like one over another.
> Julie Bindi, CP
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I have been loyal to the air stance for 5 years, the seals and the 3-4 times a year rebuild got old but it worked well, it was a good solid unit, I have now started wearing the Mercury TT pylon from Endolite it is much lighter and easier to maintain I have had it since June with no problems I an using it with a mercury foot, this combination works well and with minimal maintenance should last a long time I had a new leg made with this same components, and am very happy with it.
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