Finally, the Traditional Total Contact Cast has received a 21st Century update. We started with the best of the traditional TCC features that have made it the “Gold Standard” for offloading diabetic foot ulcers: A Rigid Cast Wall combined with an Embedded Posterior Splint, Enforced Compliance with an Attached Walking Surface, and a Wrapping Pattern that ensures Intimate Contact and Conformity to Effectively Transfer Weight from the Plantar surface to the Calf. Then we added New, Patent-Pending Technologies such as: The Quicksaw Removal System, Lock and Walk Footplates, and the TFP foam protection system. With Quicksaw Technology, WoundKair Concepts has produced the first commercially available TCC that DOES NOT NEED A CAST SAW for removal.
Are you using a TCC product? Or are you using an INTEGRATED TCC SYSTEM to provide the Offloading, Comfort, Protection, and Safety your Diabetic, Neuropathic Foot Ulcer Patients both need and want? Take a close look at The TrueKast Total Contact Casting “System of Systems” which incorporates multiple Patent Pending Technologies to address your TCC needs & concerns.
Learn all about the TrueKast and its Clinical Efficacy, Pressure Mapping Study, Sizes and Configurations, Indications and Contraindications, and Instructions for Use.
Learn all about the TrueKast “System of Systems” incorporating new, Patent-Pending Technologies for Cast Removal (No Cast Saw), Patient Protection, and Ambulation Stability .
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Learn more about casting and its place in the offloading of Plantar Wounds.