An ankle brace is a type of foot orthotic that promotes therapeutic placement of your heel to the ground. This allows the weight of your body to transfer laterally, then centrally, than back to laterally again. By controlling how your foot hits the ground, the Metforce Ankle Brace absorbs shock and reduces stress on your ankle ligaments, bones and other internal ankle supports.

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About The METFORCE Ankle Brace

The Metforce Ankle Brace works to limit motions that can further damage an already compromised ankle. It also helps prevent ankle injuries by providing maximum stability during rigorous physical activity, such as jogging or playing basketball.

Wearing the Metforce Ankle Brace helps reduce pain, swelling and weakness while encouraging your body’s natural ability to heal acute inflammatory conditions. Customers rely on the Metform Ankle Brace to decrease symptoms of:

  • Ankle sprains and strains
  • Foot, ankle and joint effusions
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Achilles Tendonitis
  • Shin splints
  • General ankle stiffness and soreness

Made of lightweight polyester, nylon, polypropylene and other durable materials essential for providing the ankle with stability and support, the Metforce Ankle Brace is easy and quick to put in place before taking a walk, exercising, playing sports or relaxing around your home. Simply loosen the top straps of the brace, slide your foot into the brace and adjust straps according to what feels comfortable to you. Laces can be tightened as needed for a more secure fit.

Features Promoting Injury Recovery

The Metforce Ankle Brace has been designed specifically to protect, stabilize and improve ankle health by providing:

  • Rigid yet comfortable panels that support and strengthen ankle bones and soft tissues
  • Permits unrestricted ankle movements guided by hinged supports

5 Great Benefits of the Metforce Ankle Brace

Helps reduce the risk of re-injuring the ankle (especially injuries involving sprains, tendonitis and stress fractures)

Accelerates recovery from ankle injuries

Increases range of motion gradually to reduce build-up of scar tissue

Acts like a compression device to decrease swelling and inflammation associated with arthritis and ankle injuries

Strengthens weakened ankle components to reduce ankle instability