ActivArmorTM is used successfully by a wide range of patients, from physicians to students, athletes to kids, homemakers to scientists. All these folks have used our breathable, custom, waterproof casts, to heal from their injuries, while maintaining their active lifestyles. Many of the very satisfied patients want to share their stories with you, here on these pages. If you have a story to tell, please contact us or send us your testimonial.
A broken wrist isn’t stopping Elena from enjoying her active lifestyle in Florida! Her golf game hasn’t suffered, she can swim, paddleboard, run and play softball. All because of the freedom her ActivArmorTM 3D printed, waterproof cast gives her!
Lorna G was concerned about her spring break family ski trip to the mountains with a broken wrist until she learned about ActivArmor. Her waterproof, breathable, 3D printed ActivArmor splint allowed her to have a great spring break doing the outdoor activities she loves!
Dr. Kaplan, orthopedic surgeon at the Jacksonville Orthopedic Institute and head team physician for the Jacksonville Jaguars, recommends ActivArmor casts for his patients. His patients love the fit, the ability to wash and see their skin, and they love being active in their 3D printed cast!
Jason Browder is a Physician Assistant with Alpine Orthopedics in Gunnison, Colorado. Alpine has been happily prescribing ActivArmor to everyone from young pediatric patients, to athletes, to geriatric patients. The patients love it and there are huge clinic benefits also!
Chris B was concerned about missing out on the activities his family had planned for their vacation in Hawaii until his doctor prescribed ActivArmor for him! Chris had the freedom to enjoy amazing activities like hiking, canoeing, swimming, and zip lining – all while being immobilized!
Alisha O is very happy with her ActivArmor cast! She loves to ride horses and her waterproof, breathable, 3D printed, ActivArmor cast allowed her to get back into the saddle and to stay cleaner while working in a very dirty barn environment.
Zack Bailey, a starting D1 Offensive Lineman in the Southeastern Conference, was recently fitted with ActivArmor’s revolutionary, 3D printed, fully custom, breathable, waterproof cast. Zack joins a host of other elite athletes that have turned to ActivArmor for immobilization needs, to help maintain their active lifestyles.
Jason K has been wearing an ActivArmor device, for seven weeks. He is so happy with this superior, waterproof*, breathable cast, that he wanted to make a video, documenting his experience. With the fully custom and washable design, he is able to get back to his life, including gardening.
Maddox is a VERY active young man! When he was diagnosed with a fracture in his arm, he had to look forward to a summer in a bulky, smelly cast or splint. But, instead, his mom discovered ActivArmor (TM), at the Fitzmaurice Hand Institute, in Scottsdale, AZ. Now, he is able to heal in a watersafe, breathable, hygienic, fully custom, 3D-printed splint.
This cute 3-year-old girl, Haven, broke her arm just before the family vacation back east. Thanks to ActivArmor(TM) watersafe, breathable cast, she was able to fully enjoy the time at the grandparents’ lake.
Two former Denver Broncos players, are big fans of ActivArmor. Their experiences with these revolutionary, waterproof, hygienic, custom, 3D-printed casts and splints, show the huge value to professional athletes like themselves.
Thanks to ActivArmor’s revolutionary waterproof* and breathable design, not even a broken finger could slow Aaron down. He was able to live his summer, go to Vegas, and even go white water rafting on the Gunnison River!
Former Denver Bronco Antwon Burton knew who to call when his baby needed a cast! It is always hard to see a baby have problems like this, but ActivArmor was glad to be able to provide a waterproof, breathable, lightweight alternative to a bulky, smelly cast.
Nate Dicasmirro has played in various professional hockey teams in the US and internationally. After breaking his hand, he turned to ActivArmor (TM) to allow him to heal, while still maintaining the training schedule he needed to stay competitive.