Our discussion forums are available to anyone to read, but you must be a member to reply or start new topics. Log-in or register to get started.


Hi Margaret,
Thanks for this question! Yes, because the patient’s plantarflexor spasticity is graded as 2 on the MAS (“affected part easily moved”) and proprioception is impaired (not absent), he falls into the Group D category (articulating AFO with PF stop) on the ROADMAP. Spasticity grades of 3 or greater tend to fall into the severe category because passive movement becomes difficult at that level.
Hope this helps, and happy New Year!