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DonJoy Maxtrax ROM Air Walker

MaxTrax ROM Air provides protected range-of-motion following trauma

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MaxTrax ROM Air is designed to increase stability and help decrease pain and edema following trauma or post-operative procedures. The cushioned inner/outer soles designed to absorb shock upon heel strike and improve patient comfort. The low profile, Rocker bottom helps promote natural gait and reduce plantar pressures. Provides protected range-of-motion following trauma or post-operative procedures. ROM settings between 45 degrees plantar-flexion and 30 degrees dorsi-flexion in 7.5 degree increments. Uprights will lock in fixed positions of 0, 7.5, 15, 22.5 and 30 plantar- and dorsi-flexion.


Features and Benefits

  • Pediatric sizing through extra large
  • Wider footbed for increased stability
  • Swiveling D-rings allow for criss cross or parallel strapping
  • Cushioned inner/outer sole are designed to absorb shock upon heel strike
  • Breakdown uprights for short tibia/fibula
  • One-piece design keeps seams away from post surgical areas
  • Anterior/posterior and medial/ lateral shells for compression and support

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Sizing determined by shoe size:

 

Sizing Information: Men Women Pediatric
X-Small NA Up to 4 Up to 2
Small Up to 5 4.5-6  
Medium 5.5-10 6.5-11  
Large 10.5-13.5 11.5-14.5  
X-Large 14-17 NA  

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  • From Thomas at 8/21/10 11:27 AM
    • My ortho prescribed a walking cast for my Achilles tendonosis to allow it to rest and hoppefully repair - I did not tolerate a hard cast and am now considering your Donjoy Maxtrax ROM Air Walker. I wear a 10 Wide shoe.
      Will this be a suitable stabilization for my achilles tendon?
    • Yes, the DonJoy Maxtrax ROM Air Walker is the recommended brace to wear to stabilize and support the Achilles Tendon after injury or post-op. The Maxtrax Walkers are designed to accommodate a wide foot.
  • From April at 9/3/10 7:11 PM
    • I will shortly have ankle fusion and have been told by physio there is a support boot with a little pump which secures the ankle more firmly. Is there one of these on sale here?? Thanks
    • Hello April,

      It sounds like you are looking for the Aircast SP Walking Brace http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-sp-walking-brace-3

      There is a small bulb that inflates the brace to reduce gapping.
  • From John at 1/12/11 3:17 PM
    • Can the liner by laundered?
    • Yes,

      Hand wash, mild detergent and let air dry.
  • From Pedro at 3/16/11 8:25 AM
    • Hello , does this Rom walker can be locked in a position of 0 degrees. For example doing a role for fixed walker in early rehabilitation and then when you are further in the rehabilitation and it´s better if you move your ankle to do a rom walker role. So i mean 1st this walker can do fixed ankle/foot walker like DonJoy Maxtrax Air Walker for example, and latter in rehabilitation it provides ROM to your ankle .
      Thank you
    • This is correct, with the DonJoy Maxtrax ROM walker you can lock it into a fixed position and then as needed adjust the hinges so that it will provide you with more ankle range of motion. The rom settings are betweem 45 degrees of plantar-flexion and 30 degess of dorsi-flexion.
  • From Marian at 8/2/12 5:01 PM
    • Hi,

      I have just bought the Donjoy Maxtrax ROM walker for a relative.
      I'm wondering if I can get some idea on how to use it ?
      She has fractured heel ( the heel bone itself is broken beyond repair / crushed ) on her right foot..do you recommend any products to help her walk ?

      Thank you in advance,

      Marian
    • You would place the pins in the desired range of motion you would like to be able to have. The boot velcro straps on. The last question would be one for her physician.
  • From jim at 6/25/13 5:46 AM
    • do I need a tool to change the range of motion on the ankle hinge?
    • Hello Jim,

      The hinge itself has a pin that can be removed to adjust the range of motion. No tool is needed.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.

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