Heal Faster: Trusted Braces for Rolled Ankles
Universal DesignFits both left and right feet of all shapes and sizes
BioMemory™ MaterialReturns to original shape with every movement
Elastomeric BootStretches under tension and offers a snug fit
BreathablePerforated boot to keep the foot cool and sweat-free
Dynamic StabilityKeeps ankle joints stable and safe during activities
Enhanced PerformanceStores and releases energy for an extra boost
Low ProfileFits inside shoes and cleats without any hassle
Adjustable SupportAdd or remove stirrups as per your support needs
EASY ON, EASY OFF
Our simple velcro strapping system allows you to adjust your fit on the fly. No more knots or spaghetti laces.
The perfect balance between support and mobility. BioMemoryTM material keeps you protected while staying active
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.