Orthopedic Walking Boots

Orthopedic Walking Boots are designed to protect the foot and ankle after an injury or surgery. They are usually recommended for broken bones, stress fractures, shin splints, severe ankle sprains, and other lower limb injuries. These medical boots prevent further damage to an injury and help the area heal quickly. Most medical walking boots have straps for fine adjustments. Some have air cushions to hold the injured area comfortably in place. Some even have settings to control the ankle movement. At Health Products For You, we offer a wide variety of such orthopedic boots from top-selling manufacturers like Breg, Djo, Cybertech, and many more.

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How does a Medical Walking Boot work?

  • Individuals with an ankle, foot, or lower leg injury usually benefit from an orthopedic ankle boot.
  • This immobilization boot is worn around the affected area to immobilize it for proper healing.
  • It's hard outer covering supports and protects the foot from accidental kicking or bumping of any kind of furniture.
  • The inside of a medical boot often features pneumatic compression for good circulation and cushioned surface for shock absorption.
  • Its bottom often comes with a rocker bottom to assist with walking.
  • A walking boot keeps the user as mobile as possible, while protecting and supporting the injured structure.
  • Orthopedic boot cover protects medical foot boot from extreme weather conditions like wind, rain and snow.

Types of Orthopedic Walkers

There are two major types of orthopedic boots - tall walking boots and short walking boots. In order to heal properly, one should consider the boot that works best for their type of injury. 

  • Short walking boots - Short orthopedic boots are recommended for digital and metatarsal fractures, post-operative foot surgery, and soft tissue trauma of the ankle and foot. 

  • Tall walking boots - Tall orthopedic boots are usually recommended for stress fractures of the lower leg, acute ankle sprains, stable fractures of the ankle and foot, soft tissue injuries of the lower leg, and post-operatively.

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