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AquaCast Patient Care Instructions for Doctors & Technicians

AquaCast Liner is a waterproof, breathable cast liner designed to allow patients greater freedom and mobility during their recovery. A waterproof cast liner makes it easier for patients to shower and bathe, making the recovering area more sanitary and less

Help Your Patients Beat the Itch in their Casts This Summer

Although casts can greatly enhance the healing process, their design generally does not allow for good air circulation. Because of this, sooner or later, most patients will experience skin irritation and itching. In order to help your patients heal as

AquaCast® Liner FAQs for Doctors and Technicians

Doctors and technicians often ask us about our waterproof cast liner products. Below are some answers to the most commonly asked questions about AquaCast Liner.  Can my patients wash a waterproof cast? Yes. Casts with AquaCast waterproof liners can be

Waterproof Cast Liner FAQs: Tips from AquaCast® Cast Liners

Breaking a bone is hard enough, but what’s almost as bad is having to put your life on hold for the weeks (or months!) it takes for your fracture to heal. AquaCast waterproof cast liner material is designed to help

Why You Should I Wear a Waterproof Cast?

One of the worst parts of healing a broken bone is having to wear a cast at all times, even when showering. Waterproof cast coverings tend to be clumsy and ineffective, making swimming and bathing out of the question. For

Low-impact Water Activities to Enjoy This Summer

If you’re healing from an injury or experiencing chronic pain, it can be hard or near impossible to participate in fun water activities this summer, even though you’d much rather be splashing around with everyone else than sitting on the

How to Properly Care for Your Waterproof Cast

Waterproof casts are perfect for children and active adults who do not want to avoid the water. The waterproof liner is made up of a material that repels large water molecules, while allowing moisture vapor to escape through the membrane.

7 Important FAQs About Orthopedic Casts

1. What Are The Different Types Of Cast Materials? Casts can be made out of plaster of Paris or fiberglass material. Plaster is a white, heavy powder that forms a paste when combined with water. When it dries it hardens

Key Differences Between a Waterproof Cast and a Standard Cast

As if having a broken bone isn’t enough of a pain, having to wear a cast that must be kept dry just adds to the nuisance. Having to skip swimming and other water activities, dealing with awkward covers and plastic

3 Main Benefits of AquaCast Liner vs a Cast Cover

Breaking a bone is never fun. Constantly recounting the story to everyone who asked can become stressful while you are just trying to heal.  Click here to see what I mean: https://www.buzzfeed.com/celestinomark/moments-you-only-understand-when-you-have-a-cast Luckily, there is one thing you don’t have