Ankle Brace for Sprain

Stabilize your ankle and protect it from further injuries with the Vero Ankle™ brace for ankle sprain.

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Diagnose and Treat Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are a pretty common injury for both athletes and non-athletes. If you suspect you have sprained your ankle, it is better to visit a doctor or physician and get properly checked. They can tell you whether the sprain is severe, moderate, or mild. Based on the diagnosis, the expert can suggest you the right treatment.

If you do not treat the ankle sprain and leave it as it is, the injury can worsen and become something more complicated. Using an ankle brace for a sprain keeps your injured ankle protected and prevents further injury while you recover. Depending on the severity of the sprain, your doctor or physician may suggest a particular type of ankle sprain brace. It generally takes about a few days to recover from such sprains, but if it is severe, you may need to keep the brace on for months.

The Vero Ankle™ Brace For Sprained Ankle

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We understand how bad it feels when you have to miss a crucial game due to an ankle injury. The Vero Ankle™ brace is designed for athletes, helping them recover faster from injuries and providing extra support for day-to-day activities. These ankle braces for sports help reduce the chances of having another ankle sprain or other ankle injuries while recovering from the previous one.
Unlike ankle tapes that lose their effectiveness within 15 minutes, these ankle braces for athletes can offer support for a longer period of time. We have a single brace for each stage of recovery during your post-injury rehabilitation. With a controlled range of motion and reduced risk of injury, these Vero Ankle™ sports ankle braces can help you get back to the field in no time.

The Vero Ankle™ Brace for Ankle Sprains

Vero Ankle™ has a number of sprained ankle brace options available for different kinds of ankle sprains and severity types. Our team has worked closely with medical experts and ankle surgeons to devise the best ankle brace for sprain. Our specially designed ankle wrap for sprain fits the shape of your ankle and gives it additional support so that there is no unnecessary stress on the injured ankle.

Moreover, the Vero Ankle™ brace for sprained ankles keeps your feet in a safe position, reducing the risk of further injury during rehabilitation. Whether you are an athlete or perform high-intensity tasks regularly, we have specially designed ankle sprain support options for you. They give you extra stability and support while you perform your daily activities without worrying about injuring your sprained ankle.

Fit and Function

If you are an athlete or perform high-intensity physical exercises on a regular basis, you are always at risk of getting ankle sprains. Vero Ankle™ braces are designed to provide much-needed support and dynamic stability to your ankle joint and ligaments, even if you are engaged in a high-voltage match of basketball. The BioMemory™ materials take the shape of your feet, offering a snug fit for all sizes of feet. Moreover, the adjustable velcro straps help you adjust the braces to apply the right amount of compression, offering relief from the pain in the joints.

Even if you are not an athlete, the Vero Ankle™ braces can be useful for you in so many ways. The braces improve your mobility by offering proper support to your joints, ensuring you do not roll your ankle beyond the safe range of motion. Moreover, you get an extra boost from the braces while performing your day-to-day tasks, as they store and release energy under stress, just like the advanced running shoes. Also, the dynamic stretching properties of the elastomers used in the braces help retain the original shape of the braces, allowing you to keep your ankle stable throughout the recovery process.

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Type of Ankle Sprains

Primarily, there are two types of ankle sprains, based on which way the ankle rotated during the injury. While you need an ankle sprain brace for both injuries, your doctor or physician may suggest a different kind of sprained ankle brace for each injury type.

Low Ankle Sprains

Low ankle sprains are more common as you are more likely to roll your ankle inward while playing a sport or doing a high-intensity activity. In such cases, the lower portion of the ankle rolls inward, and the tendons within the joint are strained. About 80% of low ankle sprains are inversion sprains. To recover from this injury, you need to rest, use an ice pack on the area, and apply compression using a brace for a sprained ankle.

High Ankle Sprains

High ankle sprains are more serious rotational injuries. It strains the syndesmotic ligaments above the ankle that hold the shin bones together. You get such an injury when the ankle and leg turn outward, putting stress on the ligaments above the ankle. They usually have visible bruising and some swelling that appears higher on the leg.

It can take up to several months to heal since high ankle ligaments usually lift a heavier load. The RICE (rest, ice, compress, and elevate) method helps treat high ankle sprains. Vero Ankle™ offers specially designed high ankle sprain braces that can help during the recovery process.

Diagnosing a Sprained Ankle

Based on how much ligament damage has occurred during the injury, ankle sprains can be segmented into three grades.

Grade 1 Sprain (Mild)

The ankle sprain is categorized as grade 1 when the ligament fibers stretch slightly, or there is a very small tearing in them. You will feel slight tenderness when touched in the area and see some minor swelling.

Grade 2 Sprain (Moderate)

In this type of ankle sprain, the ligament is torn, but not completely. You will experience pain while moving, and the injured area will have swelling.

Grade 3 Sprain (Severe)

When the ligament is torn completely, it is categorized as a severe or grade 3 sprain. In this case, your ankle will have a significant swelling, and the injured area will hurt when you move or walk.

Your doctor or physician will diagnose the sprained ankle after a physical examination of your foot and ankle. They generally check the range of motion to identify if the ligaments are affected. You may also be asked to get an imaging test, such as an X-ray.

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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 About Ankle Support for Sprain

Do I need a brace for my ankle sprain?

If you have suffered an ankle sprain recently, your physician would ask you to wear a brace for a sprained ankle. The brace keeps your ankle protected and restricts its movement within a safe range of motion. Thus, when you wear an ankle brace for a sprain, you are less likely to get further injured. If you injure your sprained ankle, it can be a lot more severe than the last time. So, wear an ankle sprain support.

What does an ankle brace do?

An ankle brace is generally worn by people who have suffered an ankle sprain or are at a high risk of having a sprained ankle. Such a sprained ankle brace offers support to your ankle and protects it from further injury. Also, it keeps the ankle from rotating or moving outside the safe range of motion, reducing the risk of any further injury.

What type of brace is best for ankle sprains?

Studies suggest that semi-rigid braces are better for ankle sprains. They can offer better support to your ankle ligaments and joints. On the other hand, soft braces do not have the durability to offer enough support to keep the ligaments safe from further damage while you recover from the previous injury.

When should you wear your ankle brace?

You should wear your ankle brace all the time while you are recovering from a sprained ankle. However, if the sprain is mild, you may wear it only during exercises, sports, and other intense activities. Also, if you walk too much, you should keep the braces on. If an activity puts pressure on your ankle, you should wear high ankle sprain braces before performing it.

How long to wear an ankle brace for ankle sprains?

The recovery time usually depends on the severity of the injury and the amount of activity you may have to do while recovering. Thus, it is recommended to consult your physician before you decide to take off the brace. The duration may range from 2-3 weeks to 12 months, depending on the progress of your recovery.