Brace for Rolled Ankle

Have you accidentally rolled your ankle? Secure it from further sprain or injury with Vero Ankle™brace for a rolled ankle that offers optimal support and enhanced stability.

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Experience Ultimate Support: Brace for Rolled Ankles

If you take part in sports or perform high-intensity physical activities, you are at the risk of twisting or rolling your ankle in an awkward way, which can cause an ankle sprain. Even if you lead a simple life with minimal physical activity, you may still roll your ankle and get your ankle injured. In such cases, it is advised that you wear a brace to stabilize your ankle and protect it from further injuries.

The specially designed braces from Vero Ankle™ help you recover from your ankle injury by providing much-needed support and stability to the rolled ankle. We have a variety of ankle braces for all kinds of ankle injuries and conditions. Depending on the severity of the ankle sprain, we also have different ankle braces that can help you recover your rolled ankle more quickly.

When you roll your ankle beyond the safe range of motion, it puts a significant amount of strain on the ankle joint and the ligaments attached to it. In some cases, a rolled ankle can lead to ligament tear, which requires more serious medical attention. By wearing Vero Ankle™ braces, you can put compression on the sprained ankle and keep it in place. Apart from restricting the ankle from further rolling or twisting, the rolled ankle brace also helps reduce the swelling and pain caused by the ankle sprain.

The Vero Ankle™ Brace For Rolled Ankle

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Vero Ankle™ braces have been a prominent name in the field of ankle care for years. Our team has put a lot of effort into developing the perfect ankle brace for rolled ankles that can make the recovery process a lot more comfortable for the user. Our ankle braces fit right into your ankle and stabilize your joint. Moreover, Our rolled ankle brace is absolutely easy to use. You can even wear your favorite shoes over the braces.
Our braces are made of high-quality BioMemory™ materials that can last the entire duration of your recovery and some more. If you have suffered a severe ankle sprain and are told to put the brace on throughout the day for several weeks, Vero Ankle™ braces can provide you with the necessary support for the whole period without any tearing or damage. You can easily clean the braces using warm water and air drying.
The Vero Ankle™ orthopedic brace for rolled ankle is also extremely gentle on your skin. It comes with a lining of soft, breathable material that does not feel itchy or irritable even if you wear it all the time. The adjustable velcro straps also allow you to fix the grip of the brace as per your need. You can loosen the brace if it is too tight and cutting off the blood circulation to your feet and ankle.

Heal Faster: Trusted Braces for Rolled Ankles

Braces are one of the most effective ways of treating an ankle sprain. Most medical experts suggest the RICE (rest, ice, compress, elevate) method for ankle sprain recovery. For the compression part, you need quality braces that can offer much-needed support and stability to your ankle joint. The Vero Ankle™ brace for rolled ankles is designed to deliver maximum comfort and support, keeping your ankle in a safe position even during activities.

The rolled ankle usually swells up due to the strain on the joint and the ligaments and causes a significant amount of pain. The Vero Ankle™ rolled ankle brace helps reduce pain and swelling by applying the right amount of compression on the area. Our goal is to help our customers perform their daily tasks and activities without any hassle while they recover from an ankle injury. Over the years, we have improved the design of our ankle braces to deliver the best results.

Fit and Function

The purpose of wearing ankle braces for rolled ankles is to prevent further ankle injuries while offering the right amount of compression to reduce pain and swelling. Vero Ankle™ braces cover all of those and then some more. The BioMemory™ materials used in the braces replicate the normal human anatomy, offering a perfect fit for every user. With such a snug fit, you get proper compression on the affected area, which accelerates the healing process. Moreover, the elastomeric boot in the braces stretches dynamically and returns to its original shape, offering better stability throughout the recovery.

Apart from stabilizing the joint, the Vero Ankle™ braces offer optimum support that shifts the pressure from the affected area. The breathable material of the braces also keeps your feet cool. If you are willing to engage in some physical activity, the braces of Vero Ankle™ can save your ankle from further injuries. In fact, you will get an additional boost from the braces as they store and release energy when tensioned.

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Recommended By Top Physios

You will be glad to know that our ankle brace for rolled ankles is designed under the supervision of top medical professionals. This is one of the major reasons why our ankle braces are so effective for treating all kinds of ankle sprains. In fact, if you consult a physio or doctor, they may recommend Vero Ankle™ ankle supports only.

The functional design of our ankle brace allows you to perform regular activities with absolute ease. The brace keeps your ankle stable and prevents further injury. Also, it elevates your ankle a bit in a proper position, ensuring it does not get more pressure than it can handle during recovery. These features of our ankle support help boost the recovery speed of the sprained ankle.

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Universal Design

Fits both left and right feet of all shapes and sizes
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BioMemory™ Material

Returns to original shape with every movement
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Elastomeric Boot

Stretches under tension and offers a snug fit
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Perforated boot to keep the foot cool and sweat-free
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Dynamic Stability

Keeps ankle joints stable and safe during activities
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Enhanced Performance

Stores and releases energy for an extra boost
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Low Profile

Fits inside shoes and cleats without any hassle
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Adjustable Support

Add or remove stirrups as per your support needs
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Our simple velcro strapping system allows you to adjust your fit on the fly. No more knots or spaghetti laces.

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The perfect balance between support and mobility. BioMemoryTM material keeps you protected while staying active

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A single brace for each stage of recovery. Add or remove the padded inserts depend-ing on the level of support you need

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does a brace help with a rolled ankle?

If you have accidentally rolled your ankle and sprained the ligaments, you should use a brace to stabilize your ankle and put compression on the injury. Braces help you keep the ankle in place, limiting its movement. This reduces the chances of further injury and accelerates the recovery process.

When should I start wearing a brace after rolling my ankle?

It is recommended that you start wearing a brace around your ankle immediately for a few weeks after you have rolled the ankle and sprained it. As soon as you put compression on the injured area using the brace, you will be able to reduce the swelling and inflammation faster. Also, it prevents further injury.

Can I wear the brace all day?

Your surgeon or physio may recommend you to wear an ankle brace throughout the day for the first few weeks if you have a severe ankle sprain. However, if you are wearing the braces as a precautionary measure or have a mild sprain, you should wear a brace only during an activity when you are more likely to twist or roll the ankle.

How do I choose the right size of ankle brace?

In order to determine the right size of an ankle brace, you need to measure your ankle circumference first. Usually, 12 inches or below is categorized as small, 12 inches to 14 inches is categorized as medium, and 14 inches or above is categorized as large. Also, when you buy an ankle brace, you may need to try a different size if it is too tight or too loose.