Extremity_Foot / Formfit® Walker
The Formfit® Walker provides immobilization for patients suffering from soft tissue injury; grades 2 & 3 strains and sprains; and stable fractures.
- High and Low Top versions available
- Shock absorbing sole for reduced impact at heel strike
- Low, wide rocker bottom promotes a stable, natural gate
- Breathable, seamless liner
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.
|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+|
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As inconvenient as any type of injury is, a foot injury can be especially debilitating because it can prevent you from walking and getting around unless you have the proper equipment. Many people use foot braces after an accident, such as a car crash or sports injury. Others need them after surgery or for a chronic condition, such as arthritis, tendonitis, ankle instability or side effects from a stroke.
A foot brace provides the support and stability you need to help you move freely without pain. Some of our braces are even equipped with a pneumatic air bladder to customize compression of the ankle area.
Our foot braces attach easily with Velcro straps for a personalized fit, so they’re comfortable and breathable. Wearing your foot brace every day helps prevent further injury by minimizing impact and limiting your range of motion.
Whether you’re suffering from a long-term condition or you have a soft-tissue injury, sprain, strain or fracture, a foot brace can help make you more comfortable and heal more quickly.