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Formfit® Walker Air
Formfit® Walker Air
Formfit® Walker Air
Formfit® Walker Air

Formfit® Walker Air

The Formfit® Walker Air provides immobilization for patients suffering from soft tissue injury, grades 2 & 3 strains and sprains, and stable fractures. The patented pneumatic system is designed to increase stability while decreasing pain and swelling. The intuitive pump and clearly marked decompression valve make air/pressure adjustments easy.

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HCPCS Code
L4361
Key Features
  • Integrated pneumatic system
  • High and Low Top versions available
  • Low, wide rocker bottom promotes a stable, natural gate
  • Breathable, seamless liner
  • Breathable, seamless liner
  • Shock absorbing sole for reduced impact at heel strike
Indications for Use

Foot and ankle conditions that may benefit from motion restriction, such as: Grade 2 and 3 ankle sprains, soft tissue injuries, stable fractures, trauma, during postoperative or rehab phase.

Manufacturer
Ossur
Manuf. Part No.
  • A-W0200BLK
  • A-W0400BLK
  • A-W0600BLK
  • A-W0800BLK
  • A-W1000BLK
Size Chart
Size Measurement
XSmall Men US 2 - 4, Women US 3.5 - 5.5
Small Men US 4.5 - 7, Women US 6 - 8
Medium Men US 7.5 - 10.5, Women US 8.5 - 11.5
Large Men US 10.5 - 12.5, Women US 11.5 - 13.5
XLarge Men US 12.5+, Women US 13.5+
Left/Right
Yes

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