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OPTEC Proglide CAM Walker Boot - Pneumatic

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$97.89
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OPTEC Proglide CAM Walker Boot

OPTEC Proglide CAM (Controlled Ankle Motion) walkers are designed to prevent or limit ankle and foot movement after a serious sprain, injury, surgery or to stabilize the foot or ankle fractures.  The revolutionary semi-rigid construction offers maximum support and comfort.

Note: Also available in Non-Pneumatic version - (Click Here)

Note: The size of the brace is determined with your shoe size.

Proglide CAM Walker Boot Features: 

  • Universal Design for Right or Left Foot
  • Comfortable foam liner wicks away moisture and provides easy donning and doffing
  • Steam lined, Lightweight construction
  • Circumferential plastic cuff gives maximum stability and comfort
  • Dense foam lining within the sole to provide comfort and support
  • Large air bladder creates a large surface for contact pressure to help control swelling and ensure a snug fit
  • Shock absorbing sole to improve comfort and protects the user from slips
  • Rocker bottom to simulate natural gait 
  • Available: Short 13" height or Tall 19" height
  • Sizes: X-Small - X-Large
Size Men's Shoe Size Woman's Shoe Size
X-Small < 4 < 5.5
Small 4.5 - 7 6 - 8
Medium 7.5 - 10 8.5 - 11.5
Large 10.5 - 12.5 11.5 - 13.5
X-Large > 12.5 > 13.5
 

Instructions:

  • To Put on the Pneumatic Clamshell on Circ Walker open the boot liner without removing it from the boot.
  • Place the boot flat on the floor and put the foot inside the boot. Make sure the heel is all the way to the back of the boot.
  • Secure the lining to the leg by overlapping the liner on the top of the foot and at the front of the lower leg.
  • Secure the Velcro straps beginning with the straps closest to the toes

To Control Air Pressure:

  • To put air inside the boot, turn the valve clockwise until secure then squeeze the grey bulb until you feel adequate pressure
  • To remove air from the boot, simply turn the valve counterclockwise

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