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Standard Ankle Walker by Medline HCPCS L4387

  • Low profile design minimizes the difference in leg heightto help maintain a normal walking gait and balance

  • Wide distance between the uprights accommodates extra dressings and swelling,

  • One legstrap and two foot straps are adjustable for desired size andcompression

  • Nonskid rocker bottom sole for safety, fits left or rightleg.


Sizes XSmall - XLarge


Breg Vectra Walker Boot HCPCS L4360

  • Soft tissue injuries of the lower leg
  • Moderate to severe ankle sprains

  • Syndesmosis (high ankle) sprain

  • Forefoot/midfoot/hindfoot pain and injuries

  • Stable foot and/or ankle fractures

  • Post ORIF and surgical stabilization after tendon/ligament repairs

  • Metatarsal fracture

  • Other acute or post-operative use (i.e. bunionectomy)

  • Lightweight walker boot with a very low profile footbed height.

  • Dual-Axis rocker bottom encourages a more natural gait.

  • Breathable Airmesh liner with malleable aluminum uprights and removable heel clip.

  • Wide footbed accommodates swelling and post-op bandages


Available in Tall & Short

DonJoy MaxTrax Air Ankle Walker HCPCS L4360

Designed to increase stability and help reduce pain and edema following trauma or post-operative procedures, the MaxTrax Air Ankle Walkers also provide cost-effective option to serial casting.

  • Adjustable pneumatic air chambers to accommodate changes in edema during rehab and maximize patient compliance

  • Swiveling D-rings allow for crisscross or parallel strapping

  • Malleable uprights breakdown for shorter tibial/fibula on standard height walker

  • Integrated pump designed to make the liner simple to inflate and adjust

  • MaxTrax Air Ankle Walker provides edema control and maintain limb contact for increased stability

  • Medial/lateral dual air cell system inflates sides equally

  • A dual aircell system that inflates the medial and lateral air chambers equally to maintain limb contact for improved stability

  • Fits either left or right leg



  • Moderate/severe foot and ankle sprains

  • Post-operative care

  • Stable foot fractures

  • Immobilization following other lower leg/foot injuries

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