United Surgical Short Air Cam Walker Fracture Boot , Large

United Surgical Short Air Cam Walker Fracture Boot , Large

United Surgical Short Air Cam Walker Fracture Boot , Large



Product Description:

Keep up with your daily activities regardless of your injury by wearing United Surgical’s Short Cam Walker Fracture Boot!

This walker boot is designed to help treat a wide range of foot injuries such as acute ankle sprains and soft tissue injuries as well as to stabilize the lower leg after foot and ankle fractures’ post-operative procedures. It is made with plastic molded uprights that include spring steel reinforcement for increased durability. Its size and design make it ideal for both men and women and both adults and teenagers.

Along with its durability, this boot also offers lightweight comfort. This boot features a shock-absorbing, cushioned insole that reduces the impact of heel strikes when walking. Additionally, it has a wide footbed that provides increased stability and accommodation for edema and bandages. The contoured strut design also allows the boot to conform to the leg and foot of its wearer, ensuring a better, more comfortable fit. This boot has a weight capacity of up to 250 pounds.

The Short Cam Walker Fracture Boot by United Surgical also features a low-profile and rubberized rocker sole that helps promote a smooth and natural gait in order to allow the continuation of your typical daily activities. It is highly adjustable and comfortable when walking, leaving the wearer with little to no pain at all.

$ 39.95

United Surgical Short Air Cam Walker Fracture Boot , Large

  • See Second Image for Sizing Instructions.
  • Medial/lateral air cell system inflates both sides equally.
  • Plastic molded uprights with steel reinforcement for increased durability
  • Lightweight construction.
  • Low profile, rocker bottom is designed to promote a natural step.

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This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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