Robo Boot – Fractures, Sprains

OKAPED clinicians fit a variety of Robo boots which are used after grade 2 and 3 ankle sprains, stable fractures, post-operative use, trauma, or rehab of the foot and/or ankle. Your surgeon or physician will provide specific guidelines to you regarding the use of your boot. They may request a specific type, brand or fit depending upon your injury or recovery protocol.

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Foam Walker – With / Without Air

The Formfit®Foam liners contour to the foot and ankle and provide excellent support and protection to the injury or surgical site. They can be fit with rigid uprights or range of motion hinges to allow for some ankle motion if prescribed.

The Formfit® Walker Air provides immobilization for patients suffering from soft tissue injury; grades 2 & 3 strains and sprains, and stable fractures. The patented pneumatic system
is designed to increase stability while decreasing pain and swelling. The intuitive pump and clearly marked decompression valve make air/pressure adjustments easy.

Rebound Air Robo Boot

The rebound Air Walker comes with Inflatable air chambers that the pressure can be varied in allowing for specific pressure to customize their fit, reduce swelling and increase stability. The linked medial and lateral air bladders use a single inflation point that provide balanced compression and are shaped to cradle the Achilles, holding the heel in place. Ventilated panels and moisture-wicking softgood liners helps keep skin dry and comfortable. The Rocker bottom promotes a natural, stable gait, while a trimmable, semi-soft toe bumper provides added protection

Aircast Walking Boot

The Foam Walker provides semi-pneumatic support with Aircast full-shell protection and is available in 4 sizes (small, medium, large and X-large). Foam-filled aircells cushion the ankle for customized comfort and support. This support is effective in fracture healing and managing edema. Includes a hand bulb.



  • Stable fracture of foot and/or ankle
  • Severe ankle sprain
  • Post-operative use


  • A semi-rigid shell for protection formerly expected only from a cast
  • A rocker sole to reduce plantar pressures
  • Pulsating, graduated compression for edema reduction
  • Custom-inflated aircells maintain proper positioning of leg within brace for enhanced stability

Achilles Tendon Tears & Ruptures

The Achilles tendon is highly vulnerable to injury because of its limited blood supply and the combination of forces to which it is subjected. Current protocols suggest that immobilization and gradual reduction of plantar flexion are recommended in the treatment of Achilles ruptures.

The Achilles Wedge Kit provides an optimal solution for both functional (non-surgical) and postsurgical treatment of Achilles ruptures.

A Robo boot provides immobilization, protection and comfort, while the  Achilles Wedge Kit provides adjustable angles of plantar flexion that can be easily modified through the rehabilitation process.

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