KD had expertise in production, sales, and R&D in orthopedics for over 20 years, ESPECIALLY in casts & splints, bracing, and protective supports.
Questions & Answers:
Q: What does a walking boot do?
A: Medical walking boots are used to protect the foot and ankle after an injury or surgery.
Q: What kind of foot injury requires a cam boot?
A: Injuries that may require wearing a walking boot include broken bones, tendon injuries, severe sprains, and ankle achilles injuries.
Q: Is a walking boot as good as a cast?
A: Fracture boots are just as good as old-school plaster casts when it comes to treating broken ankles.
Q: How tight should an orthopedic boot be?
A: Fasten the remaining straps until your foot feels snug but not tight.