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XP Walking Brace

Aircast®

Attention Medicare Patients

Provides pneumatic, multi-aircell support for graduated, pulsating compression

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Is the XP Walking Brace right for me?

Ideal for those recovering from foot and/or ankle fractures and managing edema. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

The XP Walker (Pneumatic) provides pneumatic support with Aircast full shell protection and is available in 5 sizes (pediatric, small, medium, large and X-large). Foam-filled aircells cushion the ankle for customized comfort and support. This support is effective in managing edema and fracture healing. This new design is made for a regular and X-wide width foot. Includes two socks and hand bulb. Can be used with Brake-Lok System.

Indications

  • Stable fracture of foot/ankle/lower leg

Features

  • A semi-rigid shell to provide the protection formerly expected only from a cast
  • A rocker sole to reduce plantar pressures
  • Custom-inflated aircells to maintain total limb contact for stability
  • Pulsating, graduated compression to help reduce edema and promote callus formation

Key Benefits

  • Multi-aircell support for graduated, pulsating compression
  • Custom inflated aircells for individual fit and support
  • Lightweight design: rigid foot, flexible around calf for strength, fit and comfort
  • Full shell protection. Low profile for natural gait
  • Sealed-air cushioned heel

Warnings/Precautions

Do not overinflate aircells. Improper aircell inflation may cause significant skin irritation in patients with diabetic neuropathy. Reduce aircell compression with any visual skin changes or reported discomfort. Do not use this device on patients incapable of communicating physical discomfort. Like all lower extremity immobilizers, such as casts or braces, patients without sensation (i.e. post-op anesthesia, neuropathies, etc.) should be monitored frequently for “hot spots”, skin irritation or wound management. Use caution when walking on slippery or wet surfaces to avoid injury. At high altitudes the aircells will expand beyond their optimal level. Adjust aircell pressure by tightening or loosening straps.

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Product Questions

What's the difference between this walking brace and the <a href="{{store direct_url='aircast-fp-walking-brace'}}">Aircast FP Walking Brace</a>?
Question by: Alison on Apr 6, 2010, 3:59 PM
The Aircast XP Walking Brace (extra pneumatic) differs from the Aircast FP Walking Brace (foam pneumatic) due to the larger anterior panel that contains an additional aircell.

Aside from that difference the braces are identical and can treat or address the following indications:

Stable fracture of foot/ankle/lower leg
Severe ankle sprain (grade III)
Post-op immobilization
Answer by: Admin on Apr 6, 2010, 3:59 PM
What is the difference between the XP walking brace and the XP diabetic walker system? The exterior appears to be the same.
Question by: Richard on Apr 10, 2010, 3:07 PM
Our Aircast XP Diabetic Walker incorporates a rocker sole with our dual-laminate insole designed with the Impax Grid technology. This insole allows for portions of the grid to be pushed out so that it alleviates pressure around diabetic ulcers on the bottom on the feet. It also comes with a pressure gauge hand bulb to inflate the aircells according to your prescription, as well as a lighter more sheer sock for patient comfort. The XP Walker has a standard laminate insole and hand bulb. The socks that come with the XP Walker are of a thicker cotton material than the XP Diabetic Walker System. Other than that they both have the Duplex aircells that provide intermittent pneumatic compression for edema reduction as well as callus formation.
Answer by: Admin on Apr 10, 2010, 3:07 PM
Can the inside of the Brace be taken out and washed & then put back in, & how can I buy more of the socks.
Question by: Terence B Burnett on Apr 30, 2010, 6:53 AM
Yes. You can take out the liner and hand wash only with a mild detergent, then let air dry. For extra socks follow the link below:
https://www.donjoystore.com/aircast-xlarge-sock-liner-for-aircast-walkers
Answer by: Admin on Apr 30, 2010, 6:53 AM
Will water hurt these braces? I have two for my daughter and I'm wondering if she can go in the pool/ocean...separate from any issues regarding physically whether she is up to that.
Question by: Dave C on Jun 6, 2010, 3:15 PM
These are not recommended for use in water. The boots are heavy when wet and when submerged can cause the risk of drowning.
Answer by: Admin on Jun 6, 2010, 3:15 PM
Is there a weight limit to the boot? My son is 6'2", shoe size 12, weight 230...should a size large be ok? Thanks!
Question by: Kelly on Jul 5, 2010, 7:06 AM
Max weight is 250, and a large is his correct size.
Answer by: Admin on Jul 5, 2010, 7:06 AM
Size Men Shoe Size Women Shoe Size
Pediatric Up to 4 Up to 5
Small 4-7 5-8
Medium 7-10 8-11
Large 10-13 11-15
XLarge 13+ 15+
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