– Amy Bream
Liner funk cramping your style? Then get The Liner Wand! Unlike soap, which can leave behind residue (aka “soap scum”) that is a breeding ground for odor-causing bacteria, The Liner Wand is specifically engineered to deep clean liners. It’s unique chemistry pulls dirt, debris and bacterial byproducts from deep within the pores of your liner and leaves behind a protective shield against future bacterial byproduct buildup for two weeks. It’s the only complete amputee hygiene system that is clinically proven to reduce skin irritation and odor.
So get the Liner Wand and get fresh!
We are delighted to announce that The Liner Wand Kit is now approved in the Veterans Association purchasing system. This means that your prosthetist can now order The Liner Wand for you, with the VA covering the cost of the kit.
We believe our veterans deserve the highest standard of care, so ask your prosthetist about The Liner Wand today and enjoy the benefits of the first clinically proven, prosthetist-recommended prosthetic liner care and skin fit hygiene system.
Each Liner Wand Kit contains:
12 Liner Wand Applicators
3 Ergonomic Scrub Brushes
1 Bottle of Non-soap Cleanser (4 oz)
This is enough for 3 months of clinically proven liner hygiene that lasts for up to two weeks per application.
Subscribe to The Liner Wand for low, convenient monthly payments!
“JT is a 55-year-old male who sustained severe injuries to his lower leg as the result of a work-related injury in 2004. Following several operations, he ultimately underwent a below-knee amputation and was fitted with a BKA prosthesis. Over the intervening years he suffered from significant, chronic dermal infections to his residual limb that required extensive periods of antibiotic therapy, surgical debridement and inability to use his prosthesis. The cultures from the debridements were positive for Corynebacterium, Staphylococcus and Streptococcus species. The patient was started on Apocrine applied to the liners once every 2 weeks in early 2018. When last seen in October 2018, he had not had a reoccurrence of folliculitis or hidradenitis and his skin appeared to be smooth, supple, and without any evidence of inflammation.”
– Christopher T. Born, MD, FACS, FAAOS