Back Products / Summit™ 631 LSO
Summit™ 631 LSO
- Advanced targeted compression
- Easy access for modification
- Reliable structural integrity
- Integrated anterior panels
Degenerative disc disease, Bulging or herniated disc, Non-specific low back pain, Chronic low back pain, Fracture management, Spondylolysis, Spondylolisthesis, Spinal
stenosis , Ligament sprains / Muscle strains, Spondylosis (Osteoarthritis/Degenerative Joint Disease), Facet syndrome, SI dysfunction, Sacroiliitis, Radiculopathy, Injections,
Radiofrequency Ablation, Lumbar Multifidus Muscle Atrophy
- 992520, Small
- 992530, Medium
- 992540, Large
- 992550, XLarge
|Manufacturer Part Number||Size||Measurement|
|992520||Small||26 - 34 in|
|992530||Medium||33 - 42 in|
|992540||Large||41 - 51 in|
|992550||XLarge||50 - 60 in|
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If you have slipped and fallen or twisted your ankle resulting in a sprain, strain or fracture, you are likely suffering from pain and swelling. The correct ankle brace can prevent inversion, eversion and rotation, protecting you from further injury. Ankle braces provide compression, stability and support, reducing swelling and relieving pain, helping to restore movement.
But ankle pain can also come from chronic conditions such as tendonitis or plantar fasciitis. In these cases, you may opt to wear a thin, lightweight ankle brace that fits into your shoes. In fact, there is a school of thought that says athletes and anyone with ankle instability should wear these braces prophylactically to reduce the chances of injuries occurring.
Our ankle braces are quick and easy to put on and take off, and they’re adjustable for a perfect fit. Contact us today with questions or to order your ankle brace.