The RFAST is a patent-pending ankle brace featuring functional stability through a proprietary cog system that acts as a decelerating mechanism to help control the ankle joint’s range of motion.
What materials are in RFAST?
RFAST contains the following materials: thermoplastic polyurethane, rigid polyurethane, ethylene-vinyl acetate foam, polyacetal (POM), rubber, nylon, zinc, and nickel.
Is RFAST PDAC approved?
Yes, RFAST has an approved PDAC letter for HCPCS code(s) L1971+L2210+L2820.
What SKU do I use to order RFAST?
The SKU for RFAST is AY-73.
Rigid Upper Cuff and Lower Footplate to Control Foot Motion
Adjustable Straps for a Secure Fit
Patented COG that provides functional stability and increases tension as the foot moves further from its neutral position
Lightweight, Breathable, and Comfortable
Effusions of Joints, Ankle, and Foot
Put on provided ankle sleeve.
Undo both straps from D-rings.
Put RFAST into shoe.
Loosen shoelaces on shoe before inserting foot into RFAST and shoe.
Insert foot into RFAST and shoe; pulling top of RFAST back will allow for more room when inserting foot into RFAST and shoe.
Push RFAST and foot fully to back of shoe.
Ensure hinges are aligned with ankle bones.
Ensure achilles is completely at back of RFAST and foot is completely at back of shoe.
Ensure there is no slack in strap on backside of leg.
In a seated position, have foot flat on ground with knee directly above toes.
Put both straps back through D-rings and tighten to a snug fit around lower leg.
Hold inside hinge in place so that it is aligned with ankle bone while tightening straps.
If straps are too long, remove rubber strap tabs and trim the strap(s) to desired length.
Tie shoelaces; if shoelaces aren’t tied tight enough, foot could migrate around, which would affect experience with RFAST.
Hand wash with lukewarm water and mild soap. Rinse well making sure to remove all soap residue as it can cause skin irritation and deterioration of the support. Air dry. Do not expose to direct heat or sunlight while drying to prevent shrinkage and damage to your support.
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