Breathable Sports Basketball Magnet Therapy Ankle Guard

Breathable Sports Basketball Magnet Therapy Ankle Guard

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Do you like sports? Are you still worrying about to be injured when playing basketball? Now, please go to playground with us, with our sports ankle brace all your problems will be solved! This new designed basketball ankle braces will be the best choice for who loves basketball!This basketball ankle guard provides compression to the ankle while allowing full range of motion. This magnet therapy ankle guard is made of high quality material which provides both compression and extra warmth, it is also very comforable soft,and durable. The ankle guard generates body heat, which provides increased warmth to the ankle thereby helping to increase circulation and decrease pain. This ankle supports and stabilizes the ankle while allowing for full flexibility. The open heel and slip-on style of the ankle brace makes it simply to pull on. The ankle supports is widely used for moderate sprains, strains, tendinitis, so it's ideal for those with a daily active lifestyle.Come on! It is waiting for you. Get it now without hesitation! We make sure that this elaborately designed and fashionable ASO ankle brace will meet your requirements for sports! You will be proud of this choice! ## Product Description Customers' Reviews More Information Specifications: Soft material ASO sports ankle brace is soft, comfortable and durable This basketball ankle braces will protect sporter avoid hurt when hiting Design of this ankle supports is beautiful as gift product This ankle guard is designed to relieve or prevent pain The soft, elastic fibers is extremely breathable Ideal for carpal tunnel syndrome and weak or injured ankle Provides excellent absorbency and a super comfortable feel It is suitable for all the sport use such as volleyball, basketball, badminton etc. Material: SBR & SDN Size: 9.5 x 7.8cm/3.7 x 3.1in(L x W)(Heating Surface) Details: This sports ankle brace provides double protection and firm support. Ideal for carpal tunnel syndrome and weak or injured ankle Relieves pain and helps prevent re-injury. This sports ankle guard is suitable for all the sport use such as volleyball, basketball, badminton etc. This sports ankle brace provides compression to the ankle while allowing full range of motion This basketball ankle braces is made of high quality material which provides both compression and extra warmth The sports ankle guard generates body heat, which provides increased warmth to the ankle thereby helping to increase circulation and decrease pain This sports ankle guard supports and stabilizes the ankle while allowing for full flexibility. The open heel and slip-on style of the ankle brace makes it simply to pull on How To Use An Ankle Brace? Ask your doctor or physical therapist to evaluate the strength of your lower leg. If a brace is needed, have the doctor write a prescription. Take your prescription to an orthotist (a person who makes braces) Fit your thermoplastic AFO inside your shoe Slip the AFO underneath your foot Lift the AFO up to your mid-calf Use the velcro strap to position the brace around your calf Visit your orthotist for adjustments until you have a proper fit. Expect it to feel awkward at first Prevent skin problems from occurring with your new brace by following a "wearing" schedule. Wear your brace one hour the first day, and increase the time you wear your brace each day Always check your foot and lower leg for any areas of redness when you remove your brace Notify your orthotist or doctor if red areas do not go away after 20 minutes Adjust your AFO by loosening the Velcro straps if you notice redness or if your AFO feels uncomfortable What the Elbow Knee Wrist Leg Ankle Support Sport Protector can do for the Plantar Fascia? The plantar fascia is a ligament structure that supports the longitudinal arch of the foot It is a tough, fibrous band of connective tissue that runs from the heel bone to the ball of the foot Plantar fasciitis is caused by repetitive strain and is the most common cause of localized heel pain It is an inflammation of the plantar fascia and is a clinical diagnosis based on a history and examination completed by a physician The elbow knee wrist leg ankle support sport protector is designed to comfortably position the foot in a controlled amount of dorsiflexion to provide a gentle stretch to the plantar fascia and Achilles Tendon This gentle stretch helps reduce the muscle contracture, inflammation and associated pain. It has also been clinically proven to reduce symptoms of plantar fasciitis Symptoms of Plantar Fascia: Starts as dull, intermittent pain in heel or arch, progressing to a sharp, persistent pain A sharp, piercing pain and/or inflammation through heel and foot that usually occurs in the morning or after resting and gradually disappears with walking Tightness in calf muscles Symptoms may be spontaneous Causes of Plantar Fasciitis: Inflammation and pain result from increased activity or in association with aging Inflammation is usually the result of athletic activity and can be bery painful especially in the morning after cramping of feet and legs during sleep Flat feet or high arched, rigid feet Poor supporting shoes Large weight gain in short period of time Other family member with plantar fasciitis Running on hills or balls of feet Running on uneven surfaces Treatments for Plantar Fasciitis: Use the clinitex healWell night splint to maintain a gentle, constant stretch across the plantar fascia Wear proper shoes. Running or sports shoes with excellent support, no or minimal heel, and well cushioned soles. Padded or gel inserts or arch supports may also be used Use heel pads. Felt, gel, viscoelastic, or synthetic heel pads spread and absorb shock as the heel lands easing pressure on the plantar fascia Decrease standing and ambulatory activity Get periods of "relative rest" and ice to reduce inflammation (problem often reoccurs if one rests completely) Stretch the heel cord and plantar fascia Perform stretching exercises followed by icing Massage area of pain, especially in morning ofter worm bath or shower Wear Birkenstock type sandal instead of bare feet or slippers Tape to maintain arch and release tension off plantar fascia Lose weight Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication to reduce pain and inflammation In Extreme Cases of Plantar Fasciitis: Cortisone injections Physical therapy to decrease pain and inflammation and strengthen foot muscles to support weakened plantar fascia Ultrasound to decrease inflammatory response Surgery (extremely rare). An incision over the inner aspect of the heel of foot with release of involved fascia from its' attachment to heel bone Package Included: 1 x Breathable Sports Basketball Ankle Guard