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Sprains are one of the most common sources of ankle pain, leading to swelling and further instability in the area. If you’re like most of our customers, the best brace for sprained ankles for you is one that can prevent injury while protecting the joint and staying comfortable. Read below to learn more about your best option.
To ensure your ankle gets the support it needs, the Lightweight Ankle Brace by Vive features cross-stability straps, to support ankle joint and prevent injury, or allow for a smooth recovery from sprain. Additional compression at arch and behind ankle helps to immobilize damaged ligaments and keep the ankle firmly in place, improving recovery time. Best part, this sprained ankle brace design is low maintenance, simply machine wash it to stay fresh for the long term.
As one of the most common ankle injuries, it’s likely you’ve experienced a sprained ankle yourself! The injury often comes with pain, swelling, and bruising, and can last for weeks or months at a time. To avoid sprained ankles, make sure to stretch before exercise, and take advantage of our lightweight ankle brace to protect and support the joint.
Mallet finger occurs when the tendon responsible for straightening the finger is damaged, leading to a deformity. When suffering from mallet finger, pain is often experienced, while others feel no pain at all. Treatments for mallet finger can be as minimal as using a splint, or as serious as surgery.
Flat feet occur when the arches of the feet fall and the entire foot becomes flattened. Often, the condition is painless but, for some people with flat feet, pain develops in the heel or arch area.
Dementia is a condition characterized by a group of symptoms often affecting memory loss, language, mood, and movement. Dementia manifests differently based on the cause and part of the brain affected, and while it can’t be treated, some remedies like weight loss, diet, exercise, and quality sleep can help slow down the progression of dementia.