Cam Walkers (aka Fracture Boots) for Foot and Ankle Injuries

What is a cam walker?  These boot-like devices offer immobilization and protection for many types of foot and ankle injuries.  But how do you choose the correct cam walker?  For most sprains, hairline stress fractures, and soft tissue injuries, choosing the right cam walker comes down to making one simple - yet important  decision - whether to go with a tall or short height version.  When in doubt it's best to error on the side of caution and choose a tall height model for added protection. Tall walkers are better for immobilization and allow less overall movement inside the brace while shorter cam walkers offer less immobilization and a greater range of movement inside. 

Next, it's important to think about your comfort level needs when choose a cam walker boot. Today's cam walker fracture boot models feature moisture-wicking liners and inflatable air bladders on the sides of the ankle for an adjustable fit.

DME-Direct carries today's latest standard and pneumatic style cam walker boot (with air bladders) versions designed to enhance both support and comfort around your foot and ankle when walking. You'll find medical walker products from Ossur, Donjoy, Procare, Aircast, DeRoyal, and more.  Cam walker models can offer a great alternative to a cast for certain injuries, and every cam walker is manufactured to allow for safe and controlled weight bearing.  Search below to find your favorite model

What is a cam walker?  These boot-like devices offer immobilization and protection for many types of foot and ankle injuries. 
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