Aircast boot

Aircast boot

removable lower-limb bi-valve walking cast that allows ambulation whilst maintaining the foot in a non-weight-bearing condition
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Steve left the hospital on crutches with an Aircast boot on his right foot.
After a freak training ground tackle on assistant boss Simon Donnelly, O'Donnell has ended up sporting an aircast boot that has ruled him out for four to six weeks again.
Back in 2006, Rooney wore the same Aircast boot just 6 weeks before the German World Cup, after he fractured his 4th metatarsal which aided his miraculous recovery.
The Aircast boot allows the wearer to keep mobile and that means muscle wastage (atrophy) is kept to an absolute minimum, helping a faster return to full fitness.
The Aircast boot has been used by many top sports people, and combined with other therapies and top class physiotherapy, the time taken to return to fitness, and the rates of recurrence of injury has been reduced.
According to reports, the 34-year-old soccer star has been told he must wear a special state-of-the-art Aircast boot at all times - even when in bed with his wife.