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AirCast AirLift PTTD Ankle Brace

AirCast AirLift PTTD Ankle Brace
AirCast AirLift PTTD Ankle Brace

AirCast AirLift PTTD Ankle Brace
OUR PRICE: $52.99

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Product Code: 02PXX



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The AirCast AirLift PTTD Brace is designed for posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, or the early signs of adult acquired flat foot. This can be used in the conservative treatment to stabilize the condition and help prevent it from getting worse - or post-surgically, and during rehab.

Foot support and stabilization of the ankle are provided by the integrated aircell and semi-rigid shells. The aircell under the foot arch is adjustable using the hand bulb, which is included with the brace. While inflated, the aircell can help with variances in arch shapes and heights - and will comfortably lift the foot arch to help the patient get a more natural foot position. The aircell can be adjusted while wearing shoes or other footwear.

The semi-rigid shells help realign the ankle and support the ankle. Designed for easy adjustment and application, the brace uses an innovative rear entry design - allowing the patient to slip their foot into the back of the brace easily. Two straps secure the brace and are used to adjust the fit. All these patient friendly designs help make the AirLift easier to install than custom braces would be.
  • Adjustable arch aircell for individualized support and comfort
  • Anatomically designed shells for secure ankle stability
  • Rear entry design and simple two strap application promote ease of use and compliance

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