Westcoast Orthopedic Laboratories
  • Night Splint Sock - How to wear

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    The Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Sock is a lighter, more comfortable and less expensive reinvention of the traditional plastic night splint. Worn while sleeping or sitting, the Night Splint Sock gently stretches the plantar fascia, Achilles tendon, and calf muscle. Stretching while you rest keeps the plantar fascia and Achilles from tightening, which makes those first few steps when you stand and walk much less painful. Bruce Turcotte's design of the 2-piece Night Splint Sock relieves the ankle pressure found on most plastic night splints. The calf and ankle compression experienced with one-piece night splint socks is also eliminated. This is the number one night splint available with respect to comfort, design, breathability, and value. Made from high-quality materials that mold to individual foot width, wash easily, and last almost indefinitely. Because the amount of plantar fascia stretch is adjustable, you can gradually improve your flexibility over time. The Night Splint Sock is proving to work better than plastic splints mainly because the comfort level is much higher. We find compliance to the doctor's recommendation of wearing a splint much more likely when it is comfortable. A lot of runners have found the Night Splint Sock great for race recovery also. They wear the splint the night of hard running days for quicker recovery. The sizes are as follows: Small (men's 5-7, women's 5-9 shoe sizes), Medium (men's 8-10, women's 10-13), and Large (men's 11-15). Visit orthlab.com for more information. Show less
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