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A50 Cooper II Ankle Support

Retail $70.13
Online Price $53.95

Features:
1/16" Heavy Weight Perforated Nylon Two Sides Neoprene
Non-stretch Medial and Lateral Adjustable VelcroŽ Straps
Helps Resist Inversion and Eversion
Allows for Full Dorsal and Plantar Flexion
Fits Either Right or Left Foot
Will Easily Fit into Athletic Shoes and Most Dress Shoes

Step #1:
Release the top circumferential locking straps (E&F), then unlock the stirrup straps from the underliner (C&D). Place your heel deep into the neoprene underliner. Close the Velcro tabs (A) firmly across the forefoot. Next close the upper shin tabs (B) across the front lower leg.
Step #2:
Raise your foot toward your knee (dorsiflexion). Lift the inside medial stirrup (C) while applying mild tension. Then lift the outside lateral stirrup (D), so that the outside or lateral side of the foot is elevated or everted. Adjust the tension to the deisred level of support.
Step #3:
Lastly close the two top circumferential Velcro straps (E&F). This will lock medial and lateral stirrups into place. The unique addition of an enclosed U shaped spiral stay aids in controlling downward migration of underliner and helps to hold the heel in place. An alternate use of the stirrups is to apply equal upward pressure to both stirrups; this will stabilize the ankle in the neural position.
Indications:
Lateral Ankle Sprains
Medial Ligament Sprains
Achilles tendonitis
How to size.
Size is determined by the circumference of the ankle and forefoot and also shoe size.



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