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Walker Boot Air (SHORT)

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Code: D-52

Sizes Available: S, M, L, XL

Walker Boot Air (Short) foot orthosis is an innovative solution that that increases the patient's comfort during convalescence after serious injuries in the foot and ankle areaIt reduces the load in everyday activities and allows you to walk close to your natural. This accelerates the return to full fitness and prevents strains of the knee, hip, and even the spine, which may be caused by improper functioning of the foot immobilized in a traditional cast.

Walker boot short is designed for rehabilitation after injury, fracture, sprains, or surgery of the foot, ankle, or lower leg. The boots provide support to the ankle and leg without inhibiting mobility. They can be a substitute for the cast, This boot can be used in case of early cast removal. With a wider rocker bottom, these boots promote a natural gait, reduced plantar pressure, enhanced stability and comfort to the lower leg.

  • Lightweight
  • Rigid lateral bars
  • Enhanced mobility
  • Maintains normal gait
  • Moon boot air (short) can be used during convalescence after bone fractures and fractures in the ankle joint, foot bones, as well as with severe sprains requiring full immobilization, as well as for 2nd and 3rd-degree sprains.
  • Orthopedists often recommend the use of a pneumatic brace also during the postoperative treatment and in cases of strains and strains of the Achilles tendon.
  • The short Walker Boot Air orthosis perfectly stabilizes the ankle laterally. In this way, it prevents the injury from worsening or renewing.
  • It can also be used after surgeries, such as ligament reconstruction. It is also helpful in the treatment of tendon sheath inflammation which requires stiffening.
  • The presented stabilizer allows the foot to work in the right range throughout the recovery period, which prevents overloading the knee, hip, and even the spine. A properly profiled sole allows the patient to walk close to nature. The sole of the orthosis is very stable and non-slip, which significantly increases the safety of its use. 
  • Fractures and Injuries of the Foot and Ankle
  • Soft-tissue Injuries With Acute Ankle Sprain
  • Syndesmosis (High Ankie) Sprains
  • Post-ORIF & Surgical Stabilisation
  • Post Tendon/Ligament repairs and Post Bunion Surgery
  • Arthrodesis of the ankle joint
  • Complex ligament injuries
  • Splinting of foot & Lower Leg
  • Swelling Management
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Comfort of use

    The pneumatic moon boot is incomparably more comfortable than the standard plaster cast used to stabilize serious ankle injuries. First of all, it significantly improves the quality of the patient's daily functioning. It is light and its shape allows you to move more freely. The interior of the orthosis is insulated from its structural elements with a soft filling. Thanks to this, it does not hurt or causes abrasions when worn.

    The possibility of removing it and putting it back on again makes it easy for the patient to keep the injured leg in proper hygiene.

  • Great stabilization

    The pneumatic system used in its construction allows you to smoothly adjust the degree of compression of the brace and securely stabilizes the injured leg. This solution not only provides the patient with comfort but also protects him against uncontrolled movements of the ankle, which could cause pain and lead to the renewal or deepening of the injury.

    Easy to put on and take off

    Unfasten all straps and set the knob to the "Deflate" position, then place the leg inside the brace. When you place it against the back wall, fasten your seat belts, turn the knob to the "Inflate" position and press the inflator button. We pump until comfortable, stabilizing compression is obtained. In order to take off the orthosis, you need to let the air escape by adjusting the knob and then unfasten all the straps.

How To Use
  • Open liner by first unfastening straps and removing the front shell. Do not remove the air bulb from the liner.

  • While seated, place your leg in the brace.

  • Wrap liner securely around foot then leg 

  • Fasten ankle. foot, and calf strap in this order. Tighten straps until snug and comfortable.


  • Rotate the Inflate/deflate clockwise and lock.

  • Inflate air chambers by pressing on the air bulb, and deflate by rotating anti-clockwise.

  • Inflate or deflate until snug. ? Caution: Do Not Over Inflate!

  • Before removing the brace, deflate air chambers by pressing

Caution/ Recommendations
  • Patients without sensation need to be observed frequently for skin irritation, hot spots, etc.
  • Always consult with your physician or therapist before making changes to the brace. This product is to be used under the supervision of a medical professional.
  • Always inspect before use. Check for broken pat1s; tom, cut or frayed material; or buckles, or hook and loop fasteners that do not hold securely. Do not use the damaged product. Discontinue use when tom, worn, frayed in any way.
  • Discontinue use and seek the guidance of a qualified doctor, in case of
    ? Impaired sensation
    ? Impaired blood flow
    ? Allergy rash or itching
    ? Pain Increases or persists
  • Misuse or improper use of the device can lead to adverse effects and decreased effectiveness.
  • Follow the instructions mentioned on the box carefully.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • The manufacturer may change item color/packaging to a new design. We will ship the latest product.

Sizing & Fit


Moon Boot Walker Boot Air Size Chart

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