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Stabilized Ankle Support

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Low profile design constructed with non-stretch ballistic nylon for comfort, performance and durability.

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Product Description

The Best in Ankle Stability

The ProCare Stabilized Ankle Support comes with a low profile design constructed with non-stretch ballistic nylon for comfort, performance and durability. Lace-up design and trimmable figure 8 strapping locks the calcaneus into place & controls inversion/eversion. A full circumferential elastic strap secures all strapping to provide superior tibia/fibula compression and stability. Removable medial/lateral stays for enhanced proprioception and stability. Fits easily into athletic or street shoe. Universal to fit right and left.


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Size Chart & Fit Help

Measurement Information:
With athletic sock on, measure circumference of ankle from base of heel to around ankle.


Size Circumference
XS 10"- 11"
S 11"- 12"
M 12"- 13"
L 13"- 14"
XL 14"- 15"
2XL 15" - 16"
3XL 16" - 17"
Product Questions (9)

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ProCare Stabilized Ankle Support

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  • Amy at 7/29/2016 7:23 PM
    • Can I put moleskin inside? I am on the way to developing a rash and blisters. It is my second day. I am wearing a long sock.
    • Please contact Better Braces directly at 800-553-6019. We would like to recommend an alternate brace for you that will be more comfortable than the material that is irritating your skin. We do not recommend altering the braces. Two options that may work better for you that would provide similar support would be either the Rocketsoc Ankle Support Brace in the Drytex material, or the Aircast Airsport Ankle Brace. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-rocketsoc-ankle-support-1504 https://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airsport-ankle-brace
  • Steve at 4/5/2016 3:13 PM
    • I was just prescribed a brace at the doctor that looks like this brace, but I wasn't able to get the model #. My insurance doesn't cover braces for sprains, and they wanted to charge me about $95. The brace I saw had both laces and straps, like this one. Is this the only brace like that or is there another model that is more likely to be the one they brought out to me? I have a grade 2-3 high ankle sprain, about 2 1/2 weeks old.
    • We also have the DonJoy Stabilizing Pro ankle brace that is laces and two straps
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
  • Gabriele at 4/3/2016 9:16 PM
    • Is this brace waterproof, and will this brace work for competitive swimming??
    • The brace can be worn in the pool just make sure to rinse it off in clean water after usage and let it air dry
  • Jenn at 11/18/2015 12:48 PM
    • I have a Grade II inversion sprain, less than a week old, so still very sore and swollen. I have a walking boot which is great when I'm out, but I'm looking for something less bulky for indoors and to wear at night. My problem is I have really, really fat calves. I measure 13.5" at my ankle, so that puts me in a large for this brace. By the time I get 10" up my calf where the universal stirrup braces hit, my calf measures 20". The velcro on the strap won't even go all the way around. I'm wondering if this would work since it's a lower profile.
    • Jenn
      Yes you can wear that to bed, and it will provide some stability
  • Tracie at 11/10/2015 8:09 PM
    • I bought the ppdt..brace a few months ago..it doesn't fit right. I was wondering if someone could contact me to help me chose the correct brace for me.
    • Tracie
      You can contact DJO Product Support at 888-405-3251 for help on selecting the appropriate brace
  • Melissa at 10/25/2015 7:26 PM
    • I had recently broke my ankle pretty bad. I broke my ankle bone and had two fractures going up my Tibial and one on the fibula a bone spur
      attendance on both sides of ankle doctor had to go in and do surgery and I have two plates with screws in a bone graft this is been about 12 weeks ago. Just last week he put me in this ProCare ankle support and I'm wearing one of the socks for the swelling in circulation due to having blood clot as well from my hip to my foot. It feels really good when I have the ankle support race on but at night when I sleep I must be moving it around and pushing the pillows out of the way to keep my foot up. When I wake up in the morning my ankle and foot hurts so bad and has swollen up. So I was wondering if you could or if its a good idea or not a good idea to be able to wear it at night when you go to bed so that it is supported and when I wake up in the morning I won't be hurting so bad and stuff and have my ankle so swollen where I can't even hardly move my toes. I have read the insert for instructions that come with it but it did not see anything anywhere about sleeping with it or not sleeping with it so my question is does anyone know if it is okay to sleep with or is that not a good idea.
    • Melissa
      You can defiantly wear the brace to bed if you choose to. Maybe wearing the compression stockings would be another option to decrease the swelling at night.
  • Richard at 4/15/2015 10:21 AM
    • Numerous ankle injuries have left me with a very weak right foot and ankle that constantly rolls or gets jammed under things causing me to fall. The resulting limp causes chronic sciatica, and the use of a cane is causing nerve pain in my shoulder. I'm only 29 and freaked out but the doctor said, "Here's a pill, get a brace, and call me after you've gotten physical therapy. Yay...

      I'm using the ProCare Stabilized Ankle Support, and it's fine, but I want to get something that offers the same or more support and is easier to put on and take off, because my wife often has to assist me when putting it on. Also, the ProCare brace is the only one I've found so far that is long enough to reach the middle of my fat size 14 foot, so a tiny brace won't cut it.

      Thanks in advance for your help, sincerely.
    • Richard
      The Don Joy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace is very similar to the Procare brace you have been using except that it is a more supportive brace than the Procare. It is sized exactly as the procare brace so you can get the same size. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace Another option is the AirCast Air Sport Ankle Brace. http://www.betterbraces.com/aircast-airsport-ankle-brace This brace is a very supportive brace as well with less straps than the previous brace. The XL should fit you.
  • em at 6/19/2014 8:21 AM
    • I have a latex allergy does this contain latex?
    • No this product does not contain latex
  • d.doughtom at 5/16/2014 7:36 AM
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    What Relief!

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    The dr put me in this for arthritis after I bad ankle break two years earlier. It's such a pain to put on but it's given me incredible relief!! Wear a sock under it. The Velcro is everywhere so you are bound to get a Velcro rash somewhere. Best of all, it fits in a shoe nicely. It's much more comfortable than my air cast. I wear it until I go to bed at night. I was in pain EVERY day and I had a stiff ankle EVERY morning. My ankle is both limber and pain free. I'm not taking Ibuprophen every day anymore. Low tech and inexpensive fix for a problem that was making me very depressed.
    Posted on June 21, 2015

    This support does the job

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    I have a tendency to roll my ankles from missteping on uneven surfaces or from playing tennis. After using numerous ankle supports, I have found the Procare product to be the best support on the market. I now play tennis 5 days a week and have used this product for 15+ years without further injury.
    Posted on November 19, 2015

    Good value and works well

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    This is my 2nd one and this one was $15 cheaper. Works well and helps walking on uneven surfaces.
    Posted on July 27, 2016

    Have worn this brace many years.

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    Great brace for the money, comfortable & light weight.
    Posted on August 23, 2016

    Works but rubbing is painful

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    I have been prescribed this to help with inflammation. It is summer and over 90 degrees. I am getting a rash on the skin under the laces and tongue and where the plastic on the side touches the ankle. I am wearing a long sock under the brace.
    Posted on July 29, 2016

    Effective Stabilization

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    Although, my doctor's office fitted me for a size small, I needed a size medium. Somewhere on the package you should instruct the fitter (or user) to measure the circumference of the ankle, which my doctor's office did not do. I found out about the measurement online. This led to an extra cost for me of another purchase size small and another purchase size medium. I have a twisted left leg with a total knee replacement and a left food which turns in. This ankle support effectively keeps my ankle straighter but I cannot wear it for a long time because the upper part of my twisted leg rebels against the leg being kept straight therefore causing me pain. It's all very complicated when you have several different things going on all at once.
    Pros: This stabilizer does keep my leg straight. But I advise all users to measure their ankles before purchasing. The cost for this item is good.
    Cons: I have to bend way over to lace up this support. There are many holes. And then have to attached a total of three velcro straps. With a degenerating spine and neck all this is extremely painful. I wish the support did not take so long to put on and that it did not require me to bend over. I don't use it at home. I always use it when I have to go out.
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    Posted on August 23, 2017

    Negative feedback

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    Braces are to big and don't fit. No support.
    Cons: No support. Braces are too big.
    Share Your Usage: Chronic Instability, Daily Use
    Posted on July 8, 2017
    Hi Dace, Thank you for your feedback. Sorry this brace did not work for you. We offer a no-risk, unconditional 30-day money back guarantee. View our return policy and start the returns process here: https://www.betterbraces.com/returns. Please contact customer service for any issues. Thank you, Customer Service 800-553-6019
    10 Jul, 2017

    Supports ankle to a degree

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    My left leg is twisted in 3 different areas (left foot pronates in, femur wants to twist out, leg area between ankle and knee also wants to twist in. Wearing the brace on the left ankle makes the area above it hurt at the end of the day. Also, my ankle still hurts wearing this brace. It takes a long time to put it on correctly, and my back hurts as I bend down to place it on my left foot/ankle. My left ankle and left leg were twisted because I was run over by a car, my leg got stuck under the car and I was dragged by my left leg under the car for three feet.
    Pros: It stabilizes my ankle somewhat.
    Cons: It is very difficult to bend down to place this on my ankle each morning. I have five lumbar discs which are all touching nerves in mg back.
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Chronic Instability, Daily Use
    Posted on April 10, 2017

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