To be continually innovative to offer the best possible products for the teaching, training, and implementation of the Ponseti Method of Clubfoot Treatment and to provide exceptional customer service before and after the sale.
We will be closed Monday, September 1, in observance of Labor Day.
We will be closed Thursday, September 4, so our staff can attend AOPA's National Assembly in Las Vegas, Nevada, September 4-6. Come visit us at Booth #1072.
All orders received by Wednesday, September 3 by 12PM CST will ship same day. Any orders received after 12PM CST on September 3 will ship Monday, September 8.
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Office hours are Mon-Thurs 8 AM - 5 PM CST. All orders received Mon-Thurs by 10 AM CST will ship same day. Thank you for your patronage. Practitioners - Please contact us at 1-877-766-7384 to request a size chart for office use.
John Mitchell, a Wayland Iowa based designer of medical instruments and models, established MD Orthopaedics in 2003 for the purpose of providing an effective, patient friendly device to assist in the treatment of clubfoot. This device is a significant component of the "Ponseti Method" which has become the most popular and effective alternative to orthopaedic surgery.
Dr. Ignacio Ponseti, an orthopaedic surgeon, developed this technique during his 63 year tenure at the University of Iowa Hospitals. The University of Iowa has a well known and prestigious orthopaedic surgery department. Over those 63 years, Dr. Ponseti became one of the most renowned and respected orthopaedic surgeons worldwide, with his method and practices well published.
The Ponseti technique involves the use of four to five casts, to manipulate the foot so to correct the deformity. This procedure, performed by a physician or qualified health professional, should start as soon after birth as possible as the foot is most easily manipulated at that stage of development. An AFO (ankle and foot orthosis) brace, as designed by John Mitchell, is then attached to the patient's feet to continue the manipulation process and prevent relapses of the deformity.
MD Orthopaedics is located less than one hour from the University of Iowa and enjoyed a close working relationship with Dr. Ponseti.
MD Orthopaedics, Inc., 604 North Parkway Street, Wayland, IA 52654, 1-877-Ponseti