[WEB PAGE] Embrace Comfort and Weight Distribution with CROW Boot and Neuropathic Walker

New York OMC manufactures all of its medical and orthopedic products by hand.  The New York OMC line can be used by practitioners and podiatrists as a way to increase mobility, avoid pain and surgery, and provide a better quality of life to patients.

The Charcot Restraint Orthotic Walker, or “CROW” Boot, is a cross between an ankle-foot orthoses and a custom boot. The design provides total contact for weight distribution.

New York OMC’s CROW Boot is available in any height and features a triple density custom insert to relieve plantar pressures and to increase comfort. A rocker sole ensures proper gait. The boot is lined with Volara for maximum comfort and versatility. Indications include Charcot deformities, chronic plantar ulcerations, non-union factures, traumatic injury, equinus contractures, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Also offered is the Neuropathic Walker – a more comfortable and advanced solution to the CROW Walker.  Like the CROW Boot, the Neuropathic Walker features a triple density custom insert. Taking comfort one step further, a soft foam padded collar decreases posterior proximal pressure. A rocker sole and integrated custom molded solid AFO are also incorporated. As an additional benefit, when ordering a Neuropathic Walker you can also order a matching shoe for the contralateral side, with the same pattern design and a sole height.

The Neuropathic Walker features total contact AFO straps that allow for greater adjustability and is available in any height. Lace, Velcro, and boot hooks allow the patient to don and doff the AFO more easily.

Contact New York OMC today for further details. Get a 10% discount on your first order by calling New York OMC at (718) 618-7292. (For discount you must call before ordering and mention LER)

via Embrace Comfort and Weight Distribution with CROW Boot and Neuropathic Walker – Act Now for 10% Discount | Lower Extremity Review Magazine

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