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Procare XcelTrax Air Ankle

Ideal support and comfort following trauma or post-operative procedure

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Designed for ideal support and comfort following trauma or post-operative procedure. The lightweight design and unique pre-shaped ergonomic frame help to modify the level of pressure on the injury at both the malleoli and lower leg. The soft nylon/foam liner has an integrated pump design making the pneumatic liner simple to inflate and adjust.


  • Ideal support following trauma or post-operative procedure
  • Unique pre-shaped ergonomic frame helps modify level of pressure on injury
  • Soft nylon/foam liner has an integrated pump
  • Pneumatic liner is simple to inflate and adjust
  • Lightweight design

Size Shoe Size Female Shoe Size Male
XS 3.5-5.5 2-4
S 6-8 4.5-7
M 8.5-11.5 7.5-10.5
L 11.5-13.5 10.5-12.5
XL 13.5+ 12.5

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  • From Robert at 7/9/14 8:18 AM
    • What boo would be best? I have a sprained foot a tearing of the ligaments that hold a joint together. I work at a hospital setting and I'm always on my feet walking.
    • Robert
      The XcelTrax air Ankle is a great choice it is lightwieght and will protect the foot. If you need something covered then the Aircast SP Walker is a good choice as well. http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-sp-walking-brace
  • From Rob Morley at 6/6/14 5:10 PM
    • Hi Betterbraces

      Having fractured the base of my 5th metatarsal in the left foot, i am looking for a walker/brace for every use. Would the ProCare XcelTrax be a suitable option.

      Thanks

      Rob...
    • Thank you for your question the ProCare XcelTrax would be a suitable option for the injury you currently have. The boot would also be an appropriate walking boot for any forefoot injury needing immobilization or protection.
  • From Margaret at 3/29/14 8:22 PM
    • I have ulcers, on the bottom of my big toes, that have resisted healing for a long time. Offloading the toes with "breakaway hexagons" has not helped. My Orthopedist has even tried grafting new tissue onto the ulcers, but the grafts, along with the dressings covering them, always seem to move off of the ulcer to the side of the toe, or sometimes even the top.

      Can you offer any suggestions?
    • Margaret
      Possibliy being non-Weight brearing will allow the ulcerations to heal. The only other product we have is the Procare Off-Loading diabetic Shoe http://www.betterbraces.com/procare-off-loading-diabetic-shoe
  • From Dr J at 7/24/13 11:10 PM
    • Diagnosis : 3rd Metatarsal neck fracture( non-displaced) healthy active athlete
      is this indicated brace? if Patient refuses to limit weight bearing is full height boot necessary or is stabilization of foot bones equal?

      Patient requests "narrow" smallest cast so can continue to drive stick shift vehicle while wearing cast.

      small size & maximum protection , can this cast do both?
    • Hello,

      The SP Walker provides semi-pneumatic support with Aircast semi rigid shell protection and is available in 5 sizes (pediatric, small, medium, large and x-large). Foam-filled aircells cushion the ankle for customized comfort and support. This support is effective in fracture healing, managing edema, and post-op protection.

      Indications
      •Metatarsal fracture
      •Forefoot, midfoot, or hindfoot injury
      •Acute or post-operative use
      •Bunionectomy
      •Soft tissue injury


      Features
      •A semi-rigid shell to provide the protection formerly expected only from a cast
      •A rocker sole to reduce plantar pressures
      •Pneumatic compression for improved blood flow and edema reduction
      •Custom-inflated aircells for individual fit and support
      •Low profile for a natural gait


      Key Benefits:
      •Fracture healing
      •Managing edema
      •Post-op protection

      http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-sp-walking-brace

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • From Janet at 7/10/13 3:25 PM
    • I am using the Procare XcelTrax Air Ankle. Does your site sell the replacement liners for this boot?
    • Hello Janet,

      Yes, we have replacement liners for you ProCare Walker. You will need to call in and place that order over the phone. 1-888-405-3251.

      Thanks for Contacting Donjoy.
  • From Brian at 7/1/13 9:47 AM
    • is this boot suitable for a minor midfoot fracture (cuboid - 5th metatarsal)?
      nd does the air pump fill the area around the foot and not just the ankle? thanks
    • Hello Brian,

      The Excel Trax, air cells are located on the medial and lateral ankle. There is not an air cell on the top of the foot, just the cotton blend foot cover.

      Thanks for contacting Donjoy.
  • From Gene at 6/25/13 8:13 PM
  • From Sandy at 5/2/13 12:56 PM
    • Is there a rain cover for this walker? If so, where can I purchase it & price please.
    • Hello, Sandy -

      Yes there is a weather cover for this walker.
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-walker-weather-cover

      The price is $39.99 and can be purchased on the retail website link provided (betterbraces.com).

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From Jo at 1/25/13 9:52 PM
    • Will this boot support ankle sufficiently during rehab of partial, mediial rupture of achilles tendon?
    • Hello, Jo -

      Yes, the Procare Xcel Trax Air Ankle can provide appropriate support for your injury. However, I would recommend the following brace as a better option:

      http://www.betterbraces.com/procare-maxtrax-rom-walker

      That walker ankle brace allows for ROM - your doctor might want you to be in more of a plantar flexed position in the earlier stages of healing (like pressing down on the gas pedal) and gradually bringing you more into a dorsi flexed position (bringing your toes up towards your body) as you continue to heal. I would ask your doctor which of the two he preferred.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • From WK at 2/8/12 11:20 PM
    • Can this boot be used to treat a neuropathic ulcer of the forefoot (base of great toe, long since amputated)? If so, is there any special lining or other additional steps that need to be taken to use the boot in t his way? Rest assured, I will be under close scrutiny by my podiatrist if I try this approach, but this ulcer has not healed despite over 14 months of treatment with special half-sole shoes, orthotic inserts and other "half-way" measures. No infection at this point, but have had two multi-month infectious episodes that required prolonged antibiotic regimens.

      Is another of your products a better choice for use in this manner?
    • A better choice for you would be the XP Diabetic Walker for proper foot and skin care.
  • From CC at 12/15/11 9:01 AM
    • Can you wear the boot on either foot? is it universal?
    • Yes you can wear this boot on either foot.

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