Accelerate the healing process and reduce recovery time with The Orthopedic Guys Short Walker Boot!
This walker boot is engineered to relieve pain and promote healing for a variety of foot and ankle injuries including soft tissue injuries and grade 2 & 3 sprains. The boot also helps patients after a surgery with postoperative stabilization, taking strain off the ankle or foot. Reduce swelling, strain, edema and pain of the foot and ankle and see why thousands of orthopedic doctors in the US prescribe this model orthopedic boot. This is the same boot that we sell to thousands of doctor’s offices across the US.
Comfort and Support
The walker boot is carefully designed to protect the body while providing superior comfort and support. The soft front opens entirely so that your foot may be placed gently in the boot and then easily taken off after use. Velcro straps across the front ensure the foot is enclosed and secured in the protective boot. The lightweight, wide rocker bottom promotes a smooth, energy-conserving gait, making it easier for the patient to walk without exerting additional effort.
How a walker boot aids in recovery
Control and minimize ankle movement so the damaged area is protected throughout the healing process. This allows the patient to go about their normal day to day activities and continue to walk with peace of mind.
Sizing and Fit
This ankle boot is a versatile design that fits the right or left foot of men, women, adults, and teenagers. This is a low top, short boot that is good for all sizes and both wide and narrow feet. Find your perfect size, check out the sizing information on the 2nd image. Continue wearing your normal shoe on your other foot.
- To find your perfect fit, check the second image for sizing information. Fits left or right foot.
- Lightweight, low rocker profile and cushioned heel for patient comfort and energy absorption
- State of the art design provides greater protection and durability
- Roller gait to simulate normal walking movement
- Accelerate the healing process of fractures and ankle sprains