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It's Time to Heal with TCC-EZ® Healing Chamber

About TCC-EZ®

Total Contact Casting is recognized as the Gold Standard of Care for off-loading a diabetic foot ulcer1-23.

A Next Generation Total Contact Cast
TCC-EZ® is a revolutionary Total Contact Cast system offering a one-piece, roll-on, woven design that simplifies the application process when compared to a traditional total contact cast. The result of this technology is a total contact cast that can be applied in under 10 minutes while providing greater patient comfort17,22.

TCC-EZ® creates a natural healing chamber that allows active wound healing and provides a safe environment for the foot, halting the cycle of the diabetic foot ulcer which could eventually lead to amputation if not treated appropriately. Click here to find out more about the TCC-EZ® Healing Chamber.


  • Total contact casting, and more specifically TCC-EZ®, is one of the best weapons I have in my arsenal when I’m fighting diabetic foot ulcers!
    Lee C. Rogers, DPM
    Medical Director, Amputation Prevention Center, Sherman Oaks Hospital
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    Dr. Rogers
  • Being told that I could lose my foot was a wake-up call...learning that there was a solution, like TCC-EZ®, allowed me to continue to do the things that were important to me, and that made all the difference.
    Stephen Furst
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    Stephen Furst
  • I found in my practice that the TCC-EZ® is the most efficient product to use because of the short amount of time it takes to be applied
    Neil Donohue, DPM, FACFAS
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    Dr. Donohue testimonial
  • I after almost 20 years of treating patients and doling clinical research I invented the TCC-EZ® System to overcome some of the barriers that have traditionally prevented clinicians from providing TCC. While experts have agreed that TCC is the gold standard of care for off-loading Diabetic Foot Ulcers most clinician have not been able to provide it in their clinics. With the easy and quick application of TCC-EZ® now everyone can use this system.
    Jeffery Jensen, DPM, FACFAS
    Director of Research Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine

    Dr. Jensen testimonial

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