The ankle joint may feel unstable. There are ankle straps on the outside of the ankle, a total of three. The ankle straps provide stability in the ankle. With an unstable ankle, the function of the ankle straps is not optimal. Often the ankles have been put on in the past, causing them to be damaged or stretched. In case of small bumps, or during exercise, the side is larger that you will drop through the ankle again.
Ankle instability usually develops after severe or repeated distortion (sprain / sprain) of the affected joint. In this case the ankle joint. A number of symptoms are important to determine that a single (chronic) is unstable. One of the main symptoms is that the ankle frequently capsizes / goes through the ankle while exercising, walking or even walking. Often there is too weak a muscle tendon and band complex around the ankle, causing the ankle to capsize quickly. It is advisable to contact a specialist to prevent the ankle from being passed more often. A physiotherapist, for example. For support you can use ankle braces or ankle bandages. Science has proven that rehabilitation with an ankle brace or ankle bandage is faster and better than without ankle brace or ankle bandage * (Source: KNGF ).
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This page lists the best ankle braces and ankle bandages that you can buy online quickly and easily. Do you need more personal support? Please contact ProBrace for completely FREE advice from a specialist. This can be done via [email protected] , the online chat via www.probrace.nl or by calling +31 (0) 85 4011 911.
In the current KNGF (Royal Dutch Society for Physiotherapists) guidelines, wearing ankle braces and ankle bandages is recommended as soon as the swelling around the joint has subsided. You can increase the chance of a full recovery by wearing a brace or bandage for your ankle immediately after the swelling disappears for 6 weeks. The preventive use of ankle braces and bandages significantly reduces the risk of repeated trauma.
* Source: www.kngf.nl
ProBrace has made a selection for you of the best (sports) braces and bandages for instability complaints at your ankle. With each brace or bandage you will find the indications for which the relevant brace or bandage can be worn, an explanation of the product, the support class and how to select the best size for you. However, are you unsure about which brace or bandage applies to your ankle or to your specific complaint? Then get FREE advice from a physiotherapist or movement technologist from ProBrace. You can do this by contacting [email protected] , chatting on our website or calling +31 (0) 85 4011 911.