Aircast SP Walker

Aircast SP Walker
Aircast SP Walker
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Manufacturer Description

As worn by Wayne Rooney! Short pneumatic walking brace for foot and ankle injuries. Features an adjustable pneumatic cushioning system to reduce swelling.

When can I use it?
Take it to fracture clinic following injuries such as:
- Sprained ankle
- Ankle fracture
- Metatarsal fracture
- Fibula fracture
- Lisfranc joint injury
- Cuboid fracture
- Talus fracture

Which size do I need?
Based on shoe size.
- Small:
Men's UK 3.5-6.5, Ladies' UK 2.5-5.5
- Medium:
Men's UK 6.5-9.5, Ladies' UK 5.5-8.5
- Large:
Men's UK 9.5-13, Ladies' UK 8.5-12.5

How does it work?
The hard plastic shell provides immobilisation and protection like a plaster cast, but the lighter weight makes the Aircast SP Walker much more comfortable and convenient. Four AirCells inside the shell can be custom inflated using the hand bulb (included) for a 'total contact' fit. This provides compression for the swollen ankle, which helps to reduce swelling and accelerate rehabilitation.
The Aircast SP Walker can be taken off to allow the patient to bathe and undertake rehab exercises. This improves hygiene, helps prevent ankle stiffness and muscle wastage - further reducing injury healing time.
Aircast walking braces can be used from the initial injury until you are ready to start walking normally. Once your doctor indicates that it is OK to resume partial weight bearing, then the Aircast SP Walker allows safe walking while still providing protection and compression. By putting gentle compression on the injury the healing process is further accelerated.

Key Product Details

  • Brand: Aircast
  • Title: Aircast SP Walker
The Aircast SP Walker is one of the choices within the RunningInjury assortment of products to support your recovery from Achilles running injury. Since continuing to run through an Achilles injury is rarely an easy, risk-free option, the focus is to a considerable extent on fast and reliable treatment of the condition. There are an assortment of self-treatment options. These usually include heel raises, use of cold therapy procedures, massage therapy and moderate stretching. With timely and suitable treatment, recovery could be fast - oftentimes taking just a few days. Note that where left without treatment, Achilles injuries could persist for quite a while.

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