A Great Corflex Compression Boot for Foot Fractures
The Range of Motion Leg Walker is similar to the Corflex Pneumatic Walker with many of the same qualities and some new additions. You will notice that this version maintains the air pump for adjustable compression to any leg, ankle, or foot injuries. By pushing the blue ball at the top of the leg support, air circulates and tightens the leg brace for added compression and support. On top of that, the Corflex Pneumatic Range of Motion Lower Leg Walker utilizes durable malleable uprights at the ankle area to prevent any unwanted movement and to act as a proper foot immobilizer.
Features of the Pneumatic ROM Cam Walker with added Metal Support
- The easy access air pump provides adjustable leg compression.
- The leg and foot are easily placed in the sturdy foot brace and closed in with the adjustable straps for the best comfort.
- As you can see from the visual above, the straps are located on the leg and foot for added compression and stabilization to the injured area.
- Many injuries require limited mobility, and the added metal support to this foot support is durable and acts as a foot immobilizer for severe ankle sprains and other injuries.
A Boot for Foot Pain and Different Foot Fracture Types
The design of the Corflex Pneumatic Range of Motion Lower Leg Walker was built to aid in the recovery of stable foot fractures. When one of the bones in the foot is fractured, it is moved out of place to a certain degree. “Stable” refers to fractures that have not been displaced, or have only slightly been displaced. The stabilizing qualities and immobilization of this foot stay helps keep the fracture compressed and in its proper position.
Boot for Foot Leg Walker for Ankle Injuries and Foot Injuries
- Ideal for severe sprains—whether the ligament is stretched or torn, comfort and immobilization aid in recovery.
- Immobilizes soft tissue injuries—injuries to the muscles and tendons, usually from a sprain or strain.
- Great for post-operative situations or the removal of a leg or foot cast as the ligaments and tendons will need to be stabilized.