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Dorsi Ramp Specifications

Compound Slope Angle

The sloping surface of the Dorsi Ramp is not flat, but conical. The sloping surface has been engineered such that the prescribed (10, 15 or 20 degrees) dorsiflexion angle is maintained regardless of the position of the foot.

The compound slope angle is an important feature because with a flat ramp profile children learn to reduce the stretch by rotating one or two feet outwards.

Children tend not to be particularly careful at positioning their feet. Dorsi Ramp encourages correct foot placement and performs correctly in virtually any foot position.

Dorsi Ramp Compound Slope Angle

10˚ 15˚ and 20˚ slope angles

Dorsi Ramp’s ingenious design allows 10˚ 15˚ and 20˚ slope positions to be set without any adjusting or moving parts. This makes the ramp very stable and robust.

The Dorsi Ramp has a symmetrical design. To flip between 10 and 20 degree angles simply pick up the ramp and turn it upside down. The 15 degree position is achieved by positioning the ramp with the 20 degree slope upwards and placing the orange coloured insert on top.

Dorsi Ramp's ingenious design allows different slope positions to be set without any adjusting or moving parts

Dorsi Ramp degree slope angles

Technical Specification









4.1kg (4.7kg boxed)

Dorsi Ramp is for use by children up to 10 years of age and a maximum weight of 140 pounds (63.5Kg).

UK Patent No GB2491273


ABS (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) – main body and orange insert

TPE (Thermoplastic elastomer) – the rubber feet