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OPPO 1409 Silicone Ankle Support

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  • OPPO 1409 Silicone Ankle Support
£19.99

Description

OPPO 1409 Silicone Ankle Brace

 

 

 

  • Anatomically-oriented fit and good joint control without congestive symptoms even when walking, standing or pursuing sports activities.
  • Rhythmic massage action on soft tissues, joint capsules and ligaments.
  • Aids metabolism and faster resorption of deposits.
  • Does not restrict movement. 

  • Insert foot into the support and pull up to the ankle.
  • Position heel in the heel locking area and be sure the silicone pads are on each side of the ankle joint.
  • Secure the hook closure to desired compression."

  • Ankle swelling
  • Ankle sprain

 

SIZING

Measure circumference just above ankle bone.

 

 
S
15.6-20.6cm (6 1/8-8 1/8")
M
20.6-25.7cm (8 1/8-10 1/8")
L
25.7-30.8cm (10 1/8-12 1/8")
XL
30.8-35.9cm (12 1/8-14 1/8")
FIBER CONTENTS 70% Neoprene, 15% Cotton, 15% Nylon
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ANKLE
The ankle joint consists of the tibiofibular, talocrural and subtalar joints. The tibiofibular joint is connected by the anterior tibiofibular, posterior tibiofibular, inferior transverse ligament and interosseous membrane. The talocrural joint located between the talus, the medial malleolus of the distal tibia, and lateral malleolus of the distal fibula. The subtalar joint is an articulation between the talus and calcaneus. The medial ligament complex consisting of the tibionavicular, tibiocalcanean, posterior tibiotalar and anterior tibiotalar ligaments is very strong. The lateral side has several separated ligaments, including the anterior talofibular, calcaneofibular, posterior talofibular ligament. The key muscles surrounding the ankle are peroneal muscles (longus and brevis), triceps surae, and anterior / posterior tibialis.
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