Cast Boots Offer Comfort and Support Following an Injury
Help your patients get back on their feet faster by stocking up on cast boots in a range of styles and sizes. Quill's line of cast boots can help ease the discomfort of fractures, shin splints and sprains, while increasing patient mobility.
Stabilize and Protect an Injured Area
Let's face it, traditional fiberglass casts were a pain for both patients and doctors. Just a few years ago, a foot or ankle fracture meant wearing a hot, heavy and itchy fiberglass cast for weeks at at time. Patients complained about them, and medical professionals didn't like the casts very much either, because they were cumbersome and time-consuming to apply. Cast boots cut down on these frustrations while helping stabilize and protect the injured area during healing. Some models even allow patients to bear weight, further alleviating the boredom and inconvenience of the healing period. Features such as stable, supportive bottoms, comfortable padding and adjustable fits keep everybody happy and promote healing.
Lightweight and Removable for Improved Hygiene
Traditional casts used to make baths and showers almost impossible. Faced with the option of wrapping layers of plastic bags around the cast or awkwardly balancing the affected leg or foot over the edge of the bathtub, patients found maintaining proper hygiene a challenge, especially when they were already dealing with the pain of a recent injury. Made of canvas or other lightweight materials, cast boots are easy to remove with the adjustable straps, allowing patients to easily take the boot off for showers or baths.