Bledsoe Conformer Diabetic Walking Boot
The Bledsoe Conformer Diabetic Walking Boot is the #1 prescribed physician walking boot for patients with diabetic foot ulcerations.
The Bledsoe Conformer Diabetic Boot features a fully enclosed thick, but breathable foam cocoon attached to a unique auto-molding innersole which embeds into a specially designed pre-molded mid-sole insert in an aluminum shelled walking boot. Indicated to replace total contact casting for the treatment of ulcerative or pre-ulcerative conditions of the bottom of the foot.
It is also indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe plantar fasciitis or other foot conditions that would benefit from a more even distribution of body weight on the sole of the foot.
A unique "Automold" triple density foot bed comprised of an auto-molding innersole and a new pre-molded dual density mid sole is designed to evenly distribute weight across the entire bottom surface of the foot, and up to one inch (2.5 cm) on all sides of the foot. The innersole molds itself to the foot shape while the mid sole is specially designed to provide maximum perimeter loading superior to a total contact cast
- Conformer II comes with an extra walker liner
- Aluminum boot shell and upright system
- Unlike plastic boots, can be reformed to fit virtually any leg or ankle shape
- Can be removed for daily cleaning, dressing changes and medication
- Indicated for long term use, when there is excessive wound drainage
- If repeated cleaning of cuff required, used Conformer II
- Versatile-use one device for the entire duration of treatment
- Pre-molded mid-sole is specially designed to enhance perimeter & side loading
- Better than a total contact cast
- Available only in Black
- Boot size according to shoe size.
- See sizing instructions
- Optional Air Ankle/Heel Pad
Air ankle/heel pad allows for ability to adjust ankle pressure for increased comfort and provides pneumatic ankle support.
This device is indicated to replace total contact casting for the treatment of ulcerative or pre-ulcerative conditions of the bottom of the foot.
- Ankle/Foot immobilization
- Post surgery protection
- Decrease anti-inflammatory medications
- Decrease pain symptoms
- Reduce foot pressure
- Protection of diabetic ulceration