The NYOrtho ZERO-G Boot combines an aggressive design with hi-performance fabrics to eliminate pressure and friction to the skin.
NEW COLOR! There are many look alikes but only one brand features an ANTIMICROBIAL FABRIC. We've made our product stand out from the pack and changed the color of our popular Zero-G Boot so you won't make a mistake and buy an inferior product.
ANTIMICROBIAL FABRIC - NO ODOR, NO BACTERIA: THANKS TO THE BUILT-IN HYGIENE FUNCTION.
People produce perspiration during all life situations. This is an ideal culture for the growth of bacteria. The sanitized hygiene function acts like a built-in deodorant and effectively prevents the development of bacteria on fabric, even during heavy perspiration.
RECOMMENDED USE: Individuals unable to avoid long periods of uninterrupted pressure over bony prominences are at increased risk for the development of necrosis and ulceration.
Extended and cushioned design floats the heel over an air cavity for ZERO pressure and provides air circulation to aid the healing of existing ulcers.
SUPER-SOFT VELVET cloth protects thin fragile skin from tears caused by trauma, reducing friction and shear.
A removable GEL-PACK may be utilized to further lower pressure beneath the ankle and keeps feet cool
Foam cushioned sides protect lateral and medial malleoli - bony prominence on both sides of the ankle.
Features an adaptable strap that permits this device to be secured at two alternate positions. Lower position controls dorsiflexion.
Padded hook and loop closure allow easy application and removal.
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Manufacturer NYOrtho Ships Free Yes
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Product QuestionsIs a gel pack included with the boot or do I have to order it separate?Question by: William on Jul 1, 2016 2:44:00 PMA gel pack is included with each order.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 7, 2016 3:34:00 PMHow do the sizes run? Person wears a female size 10-11 shoe.Question by: William on Jul 1, 2016 2:41:00 PMBased on manufacturer's sizing chart the medium should fit the wearer.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 10, 2016 2:39:00 PM