What does the pump do on a walking boot?
To inflate aircell, Press and release LARGE inflation pump found on the top right-side of the boot, ensuring that the small hole is covered whilst doing so.
How much should I inflate my aircast?
Inflate the air bags in this order: top, inside, outside, and back. To inflate each bag, insert the “inflate” end of the blue pump bulb into an air bag valve. Cover the hole on the pump with your thumb and squeeze the bulb up to 30 times so that the bag over-inflates.
How do you inflate and deflate an Aircast?
To inflate the cast, make sure the metal port is closed. Push the rubber pump up to a maximum of 5 pumps. To deflate the cast, open the metal port to release the air while the air cast is still on.
How much should I inflate my Aircast?
What is the difference between a walking boot and an Aircast?
Unlike traditional walking casts, Air Cast Boots surround the covered region of the leg in a supportive air cushion that can be easily adjusted to provide customizable comfort and support. This design has been shown to promote a faster healing time while also allowing for increased mobility.
What is the difference between a walking boot and an air cast?
Can I drive with a walking boot on my left foot?
Can I drive while wearing my walking brace? This is another commonly asked walking boot question. In general while wearing a walking boot on the left foot is generally permissible, studies have shown that wearing one (or other similar types of footwear) on the right foot can adversely affect driving performance.
Can you drive with a walking boot on your right foot?
Despite the obvious safety hazards, there are currently no laws prohibiting driving with a cast on either of your feet. It is not encouraged by doctors, who say that you might prevent your bones from healing correctly, or even end up in an accident due to impaired reaction time.