Ankle Braces & Ankle Support

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Ankle braces & support - Depending on the severity of your ankle injury there are 3 types of ankle braces available to you. In fact, over the course of your rehabilitation you may find it time to move from one of our maximum support braces to a mild or moderate support brace. Don’t forget, if you’ve previously suffered from an ankle sprain wearing an ankle brace is one of the best ways to prevent future ankle injuries.

3 Types of Ankle Braces & Supports

1.Maximum Support Ankle Braces - helps immobilize the ankle and provides compression to reduce swelling. Designed to treat the most severe ankle sprains, also known as third degree ankle sprains, and injuries.

2.Moderate Support Ankle Braces - if you are prone to ankle sprains, these ankle braces are great for you because they provide extra stability during sports and activities. Can also be worn while recovering from a second degree ankle sprain when walking is difficult.

3.Mild Support Ankle Braces - ideal for mild, first degree ankle sprains because they provide a light amount of support during daily activities like walking.

In our medical store you can find a wide selection of the best quality ankle braces. Ankle splint is great for training or many other daily activities. You can use them for treatment after bad injury or if your ankles are not in a good condition just to protect them and prevent injuries. Ankle support is great for sport people.

All the ankle braces we have were made of the best quality, medical materials and with strong attention to any details. That is why they are strongly recommend for medical use. In a wide variety of ankle supports you can find something which fits for you. For example we have some elastic supports, walking boots, Achilles tendonitis or hinged stirrup ankle braces. With this protection you don't need to be afraid about jumping, running, cutting or any other sport activities. Ankle splint is comfortable, useful and provide the best stability for weak ankles.

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