Pad Your Cast With THE CAST PROTECTOR

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Do you know someone who has a broken bone in their arm, hand, or wrist and is wearing a cast? Do they play sports and fear their season may be over? THE CAST PROTECTOR is the answer to their fears.

The Cast ProtectorOnce the pain from a broken bone subsides, if the sport in question allows it, and the doctor feels it is safe, THE CAST PROTECTOR helps pad the cast, allowing those wearing a cast to play, by providing a professionally made, easy to apply protector for the cast. Whether or not to play sports with a fracture is a decision that must be made carefully. A physician, parent, coach, and player should all participate in and understand the reasoning for the decision, as well as the risks involved. THE CAST PROTECTOR does not decrease the risk of re-injury, it primarily protects other players from contact with a stiff, rough cast. The CAST PROTECTOR is made in the USA and has been approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations.

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

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