VACOcast Extra Stable Diabetic Boot, Small

VACOcast Extra Stable Diabetic Boot, Small

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VACOcast Extra Stable Diabetic Boot, Small

The VACOcast Diabetic Boot is an all-in-one product option that provides superior comfort and stability, making it an ideal choice for patients who want to simplify their treatment options. Designed with vacuum technology, the boot aids in wound healing by relieving pressure on the affected area. The bead-filled inserts mold to the user's foot like plaster casting, providing relief for heel ulcers, while the rocker sole distributes pressure evenly. The boot also features a gentle synthetic velour liner, making it ideal for patients with indications of diabetes such as diabetic foot syndrome, foot ulcers, DNOAP, Charcot foot, or post-operative care after toe amputations. 

Indications for Use:

  • Diabetic foot syndrome
  • Foot ulcers
  • Charcot foot
  • Post-operative care after toe amputations

Profession/Settings Where Product is Used:

  • Medical clinics
  • Hospitals
  • Rehabilitation centers

Unique Features of the Product:

  • All-in-one product option that does not require a cast or walker
  • Vacuum technology for successful wound healing
  • Bead-filled inserts that mold to the user's foot like plaster casting
  • Remolds per each fitting allowing for easy wound inspection
  • Rocker sole for better pressure distribution
  • Additional foam insole for added shock absorption and offloading
  • Toe of the boot is covered to protect neuropathic feet from debris entering the boot
  • Low friction wicking synthetic velour liner for gentler use
  • Removable and washable sole and liners for easy cleaning

Product Specifications:

What is Included with Purchase of Product:

  • One VACOcast Diabetic Boot - Small

Common Questions with Answers About the Product:

  1. How do I know what size to order? A: If you are in between sizes, it is generally recommended
  2. Does the higher height of the boot provide more stability? A. Yes, with greater force arms extending up the leg a grater stability of the ankle and foot are achieved