CAM walker boot liners play an important role in making the walkers comfortable and stable. CAM walker liners are usually made of foam in order to give added comfort to the boots.
CAM walkers are used by patients who suffer injury to the lower foot or ankle. It is normally recommended in the case of ankle sprains, soft tissue injuries, ligament tear, tendonitis and fractures. In short, the CAM walker is a good device to use when your feet need to be immobilized. They are also recommended as they help to control movement during the rehabilitation process.
CAM walker boot liners and their role:
The basic design of the CAM walker can be divided into three parts – the sole or foot rest (which is normally made of plastic), the CAM walker boot liner and the Velcro strapping. There are aluminium struts on the side and a joint mechanism which helps to keep the ankle in place.