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Wearing a cumbersome, stiff cast can prevent a good night’s sleep. And, a restful sleep has been proven to aid healing.

Our Sleeperz! product is made from soft micro-fiber or fleece to eliminate the scratches received from casts rubbing against other body parts or other people! Put on a clean Sleeperz! product while your CastCoverz! Armz! is hang drying overnight.

How to Survive the Holidays with an Injured Arm

The holiday season is here! There are decorations to put up, cookies to bake, gifts to wrap and parties to attend. Throw in the fact that you only have one good usable arm, and have a huge list of things to do. The end result? You find yourself feeling STRESSED. But what can you do? Your injury isn’t going to magically heal overnight and to-do lists don’t complete themselves.

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CastCoverz! for Happy Holidays

Don’t let an injured arm or leg take the “ho-ho-ho” out of your holiday season! As the mom of a child who has broken 12 bones – and owner of CastCoverz! ® who has served tens of thousands of customers –

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What to Wear When Your Arm is in a Cast or a Sling

It is HARD to find something that is stylish, and will work for you when you have your arm casted, braced, or in a sling. Limitations are everywhere when it comes to your wardrobe, unless you have a personal assistant

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CastCoverz! creates fun and functional fashions for casts, braces, splints, and boots. Our products, our service, and our blog help people feel better, so they heal better. We'd love your comments, cast cover stories, broken bone stories, and cast tips!

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