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Orthopedic Walking Boot Covers for Snow, Rain, and Sand

If you’re in an orthopedic walking boot, don’t let rain, sleet, snow or sand stop you from getting around. At CastCoverz!® we’ve got products that will protect your boot AND keep your toes clean and dry or toasty warm in

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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 several hundred thousand customers – I

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What Type of Broken Bone Do You Have?

Ouch! So you – or your child – has a broken bone. You are not alone! There were over 7 million broken bones reported last year. Though bones can break in multiple ways, there are 5 common breaks.  What type

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Halloween Cast Covers by CastCoverz!

Halloween is just around the corner, you are injured and thinking, “Boo! What type of Halloween costume can I wear with a cast, boot, or sling?”  Don’t be scared!  Having a daughter who has broken 12 bones – and as the owner of CastCoverz!®

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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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