PhysioRoom Elite Snug Series Ankle Support - Ultra Comfortable Ankle Wrap
What is the Snug Ankle Support?
The Snug ankle support supplied with left and right foot gel pads has actually been specifically developed to assist provide equal compression and stable support to weak or injured ankles and avoids overuse of the ankle and retrogression of the ankle joint.
When can I utilize the Snug Ankle Support?
Ideal for enduring a daily basis the Snug ankle support with gel pads can be used to alleviate pain and tightness in the ankle as well as a follow-up therapy for Achilles fractures.
Exactly how does the Snug Ankle Support work?
The Snug ankle support features a four-way stretch, breathable product to ensure of overall comfort and an ideal fit. The ankle support makes use of an innovative German knitting method which forms a three dimensional shape that offers equal compression to your ankle, while the contoured gel pads provide extra defense that produces a massage effect to promote blood circulation to alleviate pain and assistance speed up recovery. Composition: 40 % Nylon, 25 % TPR, 13 % rubber, 12 % polyester, 10 % Spandex. Hand-wash just.
What size do I require?
Take measurement from around the circumference of the ankle.
- Little 16-21cm (6.3-8.3")
- Medium 21-26cm (8.3-10.2")
- Large 26-31cm (10.2-12.2")
- X-Large 31-36cm (12.2-14.2")
- XX-Large 36-41cm (14.2-16.1")
Key Product Details
- Brand: Physio Room
- Title: PhysioRoom Elite Snug Series Ankle Support - Ultra Comfortable Ankle Wrap
- Color: Black/White
The PhysioRoom Elite Snug Series Ankle Support - Ultra Comfortable Ankle Wrap is just one of our options within our range of items to sustain your healing from Achilles running injuries. Since continuing to run through an Achilles injury is hardly ever a straight-forward, risk-free choice , the emphasis is usually on reliable and fast treatment of the Achilles injury. There are an assortment of self-treatment alternatives. These usually consist of heel raises, use of cold therapy treatment, massage and gentle stretching programmes. With prompt and suitable therapy, healing can be speedy - oftentimes taking just a few days. Note that where left untreated, the injury can persist for quite a while.