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ProductsUltra Lower Leg Walker
Company Corflex, Inc.
Item Ultra Lower Leg Walker
Features 
  • Indicated for treatment of severe sprains, fractures, post-cast removal or post-operative care management
  • Features a low natural heel height that eliminates leg length discrepancy and pelvic tilt along with a slight toe flexion to promote a natural gait
  • Available in three sizes (small thru large) that fit either left or right
  • Description Fracture walker designed to provide maximum comfort, protection and stability
    Info Corflex, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 426-7353
    Web site: http://www.corflex.com/

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