The Heelift® AFO provides heel pressure relief with a semi-rigid brace, forefoot strap and soft exterior cover. Controls foot position and motion.
• Extra pad can control hip rotation
• Two options of foam interior
• Non-slip traction sole
• Low friction backing
• Semi-rigid construction controls ankle while allowing for limited weight bearing
Heelift® AFO is indicated for the following: dorsiflexion ankle support for paralyzed legs, comfortable night splint, treatment/prevention of plantar flexion contracture, treatment of plantar fasciitis, treatment/prevention of foot drop deformity, treatment of Achilles tendonitis.
|Accommodates bariatric patient|
|Allows for ambulation/transfer|
|Attachable sole for ambulation|
|Cleanable w/ disinfectant|
|Patient transfer aid|
|Variety of sizes/lengths|
|Educational Material Available|
|Free Samples/Trials Available||●|
|Published Clinical Article Available|
Open up the Heelift® boot. Set the extra pad aside. Keep it available, as you may need it later to further customize the boot. Place the foot inside the boot with the heel positioned above the heel suspension opening. The heel should hang over the bottom elevation pad. Pull the closure straps over the skin towards the D-rings. Thread the straps through the D-rings. Use the hook-and-loop closures to secure the straps. Leave flaps slightly open to provide added ventilation. Test for the proper fit. You should be able to fit your fingers between the heel opening and the bed. The boot should not move freely on the leg.
Walgreen Health Solutions provides a full suite of position solutions for the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.