The MaxTrax Air Ankle walker is designed to increase stability and help decrease pain and edema following trauma or post-operative procedures. The use of pneumatic walkers is a cost-effective option to serial casting. Cushioned inner/outer soles designed to absorb shock upon heel strike and improve patient comfort. Low profile, Rocker bottom helps promote natural gait and reduce plantar pressures.
Features and Benefits
Adjustable air chambers to accommodate changes in edema during rehab
Maximize patient compliance
Integrated pump designed to make the liner simple to inflate and adjust
Medial/lateral dual air cell system inflates sides equally
My doctor gave me this boot to wear after bunion surgery. It is terrific! The air cushion adds so much stability to the ankle. I also have a heel spur on that foot, and in this boot, I don't feel it. Thank you for a super product! - River City Girl
very happy - footjoy
Supports the ankle & keeps it stable with less pain. Need to be aware that there is a small boot that attaches to the other foot so that you are walking evenly. - Becky
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Questions on DonJoy Maxtrax Air Ankle Walker
From Mark at 7/2/10 12:12 PM
Does the lining come out so it can be washed?
Yes. To clean, hand wash with a mild detergent and air dry. Do not place in the washer or dryer, this could damage the aircells in the lining.
From jane at 3/23/12 11:19 AM
Is this manufactured by ProCare, and, if so, what is the ProCare item number for it?
Yes we do have the MaxTrax Walker in ProCare brand.
Part Number: Female Shoe Size Male Shoe Size Size
79-95322 ≤4 n/a ≤ Jr. 5
79-95323 4.5-6 ≤5 S
79-95325 6.5-11 5.5-10 M
79-95327 11.5-14.5 10.5-13.5 L
79-95328 n/a 14-17 XL
From David Callin at 11/5/12 6:18 PM
I am wearing a boot on my right foot, does the boot come in right and left foot configurations? I find reaching to the right outside to thread the "D" rings challegning.
The MaxTrax Walker can be worn on the left or right foot.
From Jeri Lord at 3/26/13 7:28 AM
I left the instruction manual for this at the doctor's office. How tight should the straps be wrapped? Also, when you turn the knob to inflate do you hear air? Do you have to pump it up with the gray felt bubble as well? Thank you
Hello, Jeri -
A PDF has been sent to your personal email of the instructions of the DonJoy Maxtrax Air Ankle Walker. The straps should be tight enough to secure the ankle walker in place without adding additional pressure to your lower extremity. You will hear the air as you inflate the air bladders, which is inflated by pumping the gray felt button in the front of the boot. The knob does not inflate the air bladders, it releases the air when you turn it counter clockwise. When you turn it clockwise, it closes the cells so that it locks the air in when you pump it up.
If you have further questions, please feel free to contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.
Thank you and have a wonderful day!
From Stacy Lukassen at 4/21/13 5:17 PM
I am currently wearing a maxtrax air ankle walker for a broken foot. I see there is different images with the 2 middle straps. One being crossed and the other straight. Should these straps be crossed or not?
Hello, Stacy -
With the DonJoy Air Max Trax, the straps at the ankle joint are crossed. All the others go straight across.
If you have further questions, please feel free to give our product specialists a call at 888-405-3251.
Thank you and have a wonderful day!
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