Employees and individuals who work with their hands and wrists in repetitive movements on a daily basis oftentimes suffer from the early stages of carpal tunnel syndrome. Numbness, pain, tingling and weakness in the hand and fingers are early signs and it’s important to keep an eye on the area to prevent further damage. If you’re currently suffering from or looking to prevent carpal tunnel syndrome, our trained experts recommend the DonJoy ComfortFORM Wrist Support to stabilize strain.
The contoured design of the brace fits the natural contours of the wrist and hands to provide the best in fit and support, allowing you to type, move and work just as you normally would. The adjustable straps and lightweight material also adds comfort while wearing the brace so you feel completely supported. Some braces on the market might make you feel like your wrist isn’t fully guarded, but the ConfortFORM incorporates aluminum palmer stays to control how much or little your wrist moves leaving you fully protected.
From ease of use, fully adjustable straps, durability and proper fit, the DonJoy ConfortFORM is a great solution for those looking to protect or heal themselves from carpal tunnel syndrome.
Chronic heel pain is no laughing matter and can sometimes be difficult to treat if not caught at the right time. If you’re suffering from Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, or heel pain, the Aircast AirHeel Ankle Brace can help protect your ankle and ease any current pain.
The AirHeel is unique in its design and is composed of two interconnected aircells at the foot arch and at the back of the Achilles tendon. Pulsating compression from the aircells is applied to the heel with every step you make reducing swelling and enhancing blood circulation, all while providing comfort and support along the way. Strain on the tendon is reduced allowing you to feel secure with your movements and reduce the risk of further injury.
You’ll notice how lightweight and breathable the AirHeel’s fabric is the moment you put it on. The brace slips on easily like a sock and fits comfortably inside a sneaker or athletic shoe – you’ll never notice any bulkiness during wear. Whether you’re a professional athlete or just an active person looking to relieve some pain, the AirHeel brace may be your next best solution.
Aircast Airheel Ankle Brace
The repetitive movements in the game of tennis are hard on all players, no matter their skill level. While other athletes can run, jump, switchback and have other movements on a huge field, tennis players focus on just a few movements, which can thus lead to tennis elbow, or an inflamed or irritated outer side of the elbow. Our trained experts recommend the Aircast Pneumatic Armband for tennis players looking to protect themselves from tennis elbow or provide some relief while playing.
The Aircast Pneumatic Armband is great for those looking to proactively support their elbows in ways that stretching and warming up simply cannot. The armband helps to prevent irritation and overextension with its unique and comfortable design so you can get back to playing as normal. The armband’s unique, built-in air pocket provides gentle compression along the extensor muscle to relieve stress without preventing blood flow, so you can swing for balls like normal.
The armband is compact and it won’t get in the way or become a distraction like other braces and armbands currently on the market. The armband conforms to the natural shape of the elbow and has a soft, foam lining so it’s comfortable while you’re playing. Range of motion is a priority for tennis players at all levels and the Aircast Pneumatic Armband will allow you to play normally while also protecting your muscles and tendons.
While tennis may look like a less-grueling physical sport, the human body can go through just as much pain due to injury. Tennis ankle is a common grievance among players because they’re often running on a hard court and twisting their bodies to hit each ball. Wearing a professional ankle brace is a great way to prevent ankle-related injury or even protect the area during existing rehab or a torn ACL. Our trained experts recommend the Aircast A60 Ankle Support for ankle injury prevention – no matter if you’re a pro tennis star or someone who just plays on the weekend.
The Aircast A60 Ankle Support works hard to reinforce and support your bones, tendons and ligaments to prevent a sprained or injured ankle. The brace protects the weakest point of your ankle so you can sprint, jump and lunge toward tennis balls safely as you normally would. The innovative design of the brace leverages a stabilizer on each side of the ankle to prevent sprains and rollovers, while reducing the risk of overextension, so you can be sure you’re on top of your game.
Comfort is priority for tennis players when it comes to preventative braces and the Aircast A60 Ankle Support offers the utmost of relief while protecting the ankle. Outdoor tennis players will appreciate the Breathe-O-Prene material in which the brace is constructed so they can keep cool and dry while wearing it. The lightweight material also fits into any athletic shoe so you won’t be focusing on the bulkiness of a brace while playing. The combination of comfort, complete protection and ease of use makes the Aircast A60 Ankle Support the perfect solution for tennis players looking to protect their ankles from injury.
Since we’re always moving throughout our busy lives and always on our feet, it’s important to keep an eye on the health and well-being of our feet and legs as we get older. Some adults develop a flat foot, or posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD). Feet and ankle bones and tendons can wear over time so if you’re suffering from the early stages or rehabbing PTTD, our trained experts recommend the Aircast Airlift PTTD Brace.
Aircast Airlift PTTD Brace
The brace works to realign and support the ankle to get your foot feeling as healthy as possible. Depending on the severity of your condition, the brace can be used to prevent PTTD from developing, prevent further damage to the area, and used after surgery or during rehab. An aircell is located under the arch of the foot, and when adjusted, can create more of a natural foot position, further adding to your comfort. Additionally, the aircells can be adjusted while wearing shoes so that you can closely monitor the area and adjust the brace during use for superior comfort and stability. Anatomically designed semi-rigid shells are also incorporated into the design of the brace to secure ankle stability so you can walk normally.
Some foot braces require too many straps or a lace-up feature that’s too difficult to put on in a hurry. The Airlift is easy to put on from the rear, so you can slip your foot into simply without hindrance while two straps stabilize the position of your foot. The combination of ease of use, fully adjustable components and complete support and comfort make the Aircast Airlift PTTD Brace a great solution for flat feet.