About DRY Pro

June 30, 2017

cast cover at beach

 

Air Tight. Fits Right.

Dry Pro™ by Dry Corp, a high quality surgical rubber sleeve that fits over casts, bandages, Ostomies, PICC lines and prosthetics, offers complete waterproof protection. Its patented vacuum seal assures that a cast or bandage will remain dry, even when submerged in water.

Beginning in 1999, Dr. Roy Archambault, DPM, ABFS, began distributing the Dry Pro™ after more than 20 years of experience in podiatric and ambulatory medicine. Dr. Archambault designed and constructed the Dry Pro™ with an expert understanding of patient needs.

The Dry Pro™ enables patients to swim, bathe, shower, and to receive hydrotherapy. During any water activity, it protects the respective body part. Made of thick surgical rubber, the Dry Pro™ can stretch up to 600 percent without tearing. This durable product offers comfort and flexibility and features a Non-Skid Grid on the sole to prevent slipping. Other limb cover products do not offer the same waterproof guarantee as the Dry Pro™. With a reliable vacuum seal and the Non-Skid Grid, the Dry Pro™ offers the safest and most effective product.
The Dry Pro™ is available in a variety of sizes designed to fit the youngest child to NFL linebackers! Repeated leak-proof testing proves the reliability of the Dry Pro™ as the only truly waterproof protector. When applying the Dry Pro™, the included pump flattens to indicate an intact seal that will not leak.

The Dry Pro™ offers prosthetic wearers an alternative to removing prosthetics during water activities. For people with PICC lines and Ostomies, the Dry Pro™ is very easy to use as compared to dealing with duct tape and garbage bags.

This innovative product is also used for immediate post-operative physical therapy, allowing hydrotherapy right after surgery. The effect: it helps prevent swelling and stiffness and thus expedites the healing process. This is a major reason why professional and collegiate athletes alike use the Dry Pro™ after an injury.

 




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