Ossur Rebound Air Walker Boot Features
- Flex edge technology overmolding conforms to each patient's unique anatomy to limit the formation of pressure points
- Linked medial and lateral air bladders with a single inflation point provide balanced compression
- Moisture-wicking softgood helps keep skin dry and comfortable
- This walking boot is made with EVA material provides greater shock absorption in the heel
- Straps fasten in front for easy application, adjustment, and removal
- Ventilated panels and moisture-wicking softgoods reduce microbial buildup
Ossur Rebound Air Walking Boot Indications
- Grade 2 and 3 ankle sprains
- Stable foot fractures
- Tendon or ligamentous sprain
What to buy with Rebound Air Walker Boot
How to use Ossur Rebound Air?
- Preparation -
- Open liner by first unfastening straps and removing front shell. Note: Do not remove air bulb from liner.
- Application -
- While seated, place leg in brace. Note: Toe Guard can be trimmed off if so desired. Walker circumference (around calf) can be widened by cutting Flex Edge
- Wrap liner securely around foot then leg.
- Place front shell over ankle making sure that the air bulb is aligned with the opening.
- Fasten ankle (Only applies to the high top version), foot, and calf strap in this order. Tighten straps until snug and comfortable.
- Inflation/Deflation -
- Inflate air chambers by pressing “+” on the air bulb, and deflate by pressing “-“. Inflate or deflate until snug. Caution: Do Not Over Inflate.
- Before removing brace, deflate air chambers by pressing “-“.
How to wash Rebound Air Boot?
- Remove liner from walker before washing
- The liner should be washed by hand using a mild detergent and 30°C (86°F) cold water. Do not use bleach or strong detergent. Do not wash in washing machine or place in dryer.
- Line dry in shade
- Walker plastic can be washed with a damp cloth and mild soap
- This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions.
- Federal law requires this device to be sold by a physician or by the order of a physician.
- Ensure not to over inflate air chamber.
- Caution should be used if prescribed for patients with diabetes, vascular deficiency, and neuropathy: The skin should be checked regularly. Over inflation of air chamber may cause skin compromise in patients with diabetic neuropathy. Deflate air chamber to reduce compression with patients reporting discomfort or showing skin discoloration.
- Ensure patient performs circulation checks. If a loss of circulation is felt, or if the walker feels too tight, deflate air chamber to reduce compression to a comfortable level. If discomfort continues, the patient should contact their medical professional immediately.
- This device should not be applied on patients who are not able to communicate discomfort.
- In high altitude conditions, the air chamber will expand past their optimal level. Deflate air chamber to reduce compression to a comfortable level.
- User should use caution when walking on slippery or wet surfaces to avoid injury
- User maximum weight limit 300 lbs (200 lbs for the XS version).
Ossur Rebound Air Walker Boot Manual
Ossur Rebound Air Walker Boot Size Chart
||2 - 4
||3.5 - 5.5
||4 - 7
||5.5 - 8.5
||7 - 10.5
||8.5 - 12
||10.5 - 12.5
||12 - 14
||12.5 - 15
||14 - 16.5
Rebound Air Walker Warranty
It warrants, to the purchaser, that this product is free from defects in materials and workmanship for six (6) months from initial purchase.