Aircast

For more than 30 years, medical professionals worldwide have trusted Aircast for technological breakthroughs in patient care. Rooted in scientific methods, each Aircast product is developed using the concept of "functional management”. Aircast set a standard of care for sprains and other injuries with patented technology and the use of graduated pneumatic compression.

Why choose Aircast products?

Aircast brand provides best products in three main categories

1. Aircast Walking Boots

Orthopedic Walking Boots are designed to protect the foot and ankle after an injury or surgery. They are usually recommended for broken bones, stress fractures, shin splints, severe ankle sprains, and other lower limb injuries. These medical boots prevent further damage to an injury and help the area heal quickly. Most medical walking boots have straps for fine adjustments. Some have air cushions to hold the injured area comfortably in place. Some even have settings to control the ankle movement.

2. Aircast Ankle Braces

  • Aircast Ankle Braces Reduce swelling
  • Decrease heel spur pain
  • Improve ambulation
  • Improve endurance
  • Decrease Achilles pain symptoms
  • Stabilize ankle
  • Improve ankle joint function
  • Prevent inversion and eversion
  • Chronic Ankle Instability
  • Acute or Chronic Ankle Injury
  • Preventative Ankle Support
  • Ankle Strains/Sprains
  • Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction in stage I and early stage II
  • Adult acquired flat foot
  • Post-operative use

3. Aircast Cold Therapy/Cyrotherapy Products

An injury causes accumulation of excess tissue fluid in the bruised area leading to swelling and inflammation. Ice treatment reduces blood flow to the injury cutting down inflammation and swelling. It also temporarily numbs the nerve activity in the area thereby reducing pain and brings down bleeding into the tissues.
If applied within 48 hours of an injury, cryotherapy or cold therapy is most effective. For best results, ice should be applied within 5-10 minutes of the injury for 20-30 minutes. This should be repeated every 2-3 hours for the next 1-2 days.
During recovery, if exercise has been advised then using a cold pack just before you start the routine will help numb the area and make you feel the pain less during the workout. You can even exercise with the ice pack on the injury.

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