Arm Sling To Immobilize Injured Arm

Arm slings are designed to provide support and even weight distribution of an injured arm, hand or wrist, especially in conjunction with a cast. The greater the area covered by the sling, the greater support it provides. A comfortable design ideally suitable for supporting the arm with a cast. Adjustable Wrinkle proof Smart & sleek Convenaient application, With thumb cradle.
Arm or sling baggy can be used for different types of conditions of the shoulder, arm, elbow or wrist in adults and pediatrics. These conditions can be caused from a strain, surgery, dislocation, fracture or injury.
Cast shoe helps to immobilize the movement of the ankle, foot and calf, and supports the user’s weight while walking. Dependent upon the individual patient requirements, walking casts come in a variety of configurations, styles and formats, with differing heights and cushioning choices to better customize the fit for each user.A cast shoe is just as effective as a traditional cast is, but only when the patient wears it exactly as the doctor orders at least, with factures where the patient can place weight on them. When it is necessary for no weight to be placed on the leg, foot or ankle, the doctor may prefer a traditional cast for a portion of the healing process before switching the patient to a cast shoe.
A cast shoe, also commonly known as a walking boot, works to immobilize the movement of the ankle when walking. It is commonly used to resolve a variety of lower leg and foot injuries or conditions. The goal of a walking cast varies depending on the condition, but generally the goal is to aid in healing post-operatively or to avoid surgery altogether.
Bone fractures happen in different severities. Some only require immobilisation, while others need surgery to heal properly. The doctor often prescribes a cast shoe after setting the bone in the right position either by itself or in addition to surgery at a certain point in the healing process. A cast shoe will keep the bone stationary enough for the bone to knit completely back together successfully.They are also called walkers, cast boots, Aircast boot, medical boot, walking cast and fracture boots. Keep in mind that walkers are usually just a part of an overall treatment plan. We recommend you see your podiatrist for complete treatment. Also, the product links in this post are affiliate links.
Tynor Arm Sling Baggy holds supports and immobilizes the sprained, broken or surgically operated arm in the flexion position while it recuperates. A comfortable design ideally suitable for supporting the arm with a cast.
Adjustable.
Wrinkle proof.
Smart & sleek.
Convenaient application.
With thumb cradle.
Tynor Pouch Arm Sling Baggy
Tynor Pouch Arm Sling Baggy Features
Standard design
Supports and covers the arm completely.
Can accommodate bulky casts or bandages.
Made of 3 layered P.U. bonded fabric
Durable and non – tearable.
Plush looks.
Wrinkle free.
Soft to feel.
Ethafoam shoulder pad and thumb cradle
Improves patient comfort.
Adjustable to ease the point of maximum pressure.
Reduces thumb fatigue.
Adjustable sling
Angle of flexion can be customized.
Offers flexibility in sizing.
Cast Shoes replaces the functions of the normal shoe when patient is on plaster cast of the foot. Prevents excessive wear & tear of the cast and reduces impact on the injured foot. It improves gait of the patient on foot cast.
Wearing convenience.
Light weight
Smart and trendy

Tynor Cast Shoe

Sturdy construction
Tapered sole.
Tynor Cast Shoe Feature
Made from Light weight and water proof materials
Protects the plaster cast of the foot.
Prevents soiling of the cast.
Prevents wetting.
Better patient compliance.
Prevents wear and tear/ mechanical damage to foot cast.
Tapered sole
Restores normal gait.
Improves balance of patient on foot cast.
Hypoallergenic, Ensures no rash or allergy even to old age patients.
Helps in early ambulation.
Hook loop closure system
Ensures flexible sizing.
Easy application and removal of the shoe.
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