They’re more commonly used for treating knee pain and providing patella support, but are knee braces also practical for runners?
Venous insufficiency and pulmonary embolisms both affect the legs of non ambulatory and ambulatory patients - however, how these conditions are treated and prevented differ significantly.
They’re low profile, help you to recover from and prevent ankle sprains and other injuries, but should you run in an ankle brace?
Does drop foot impede on your work and daily functioning? A well-chosen lower leg brace can help - read on to learn more about this condition and what you can do to better manage it.