The Ovation Medical Posterior Night Splint provides a comfortable, effective stretch on the plantar fascia and achilles tendon to relieve plantar fasciitis pain. This adjustable plantar fasciitis night splint w/wedge features bilateral straps for increasing the dorsi-flexion angle starting from a standard 90°. The straps are also padded for comfort across the dorsum of the ankle and help position the heel in the back of the splint . Non-slip tread has been added to the bottom of the splint for enhanced safety when out of bed. Easy release buckles included for easy application.
Ovation Medical Posterior Night Splints Features:
- Bi-lateral straps easily adjust dorsi-flexion.
- Provides for a comfortable and gradual stretch of the plantar fascia and achilles tendon.
- Relieves plantar fasciitis morning pain.
- Amount of dorsi-flexion can be adjusted off of 90°.
- Soft lined interior padding is breathable, comfortable, and is washable.
- Adjustable straps are padded for comfort across the front of the ankle.
- Flexion wedge included to give additional plantar stretch.
- Easy-release buckles are simple for users to apply.
- Fits right and left sides.
- Available in three sizes - please see our sizing chart tab for important sizing guidelines.
Recommended Manufacturer HCPC: L1930
The Ovation Medical Posterior Night Splint may be used to treat:
- Plantar Fasciitis.
- Achilles tendonitis.
- Drop foot symptoms.
- Post-static pain.
- Sizing chart
Posterior Night Splint Sizing:
Part# Size Men's Shoe Women's Shoe 31003 Small up to 7 up to 7.5 31005 Medium 7.5 - 10 8 - 10.5 31007 Large 10.5 & up 11 & up
- Shell and padding are both latex-free.
- Does the job
- Didn't help; better than others though
- Our doctor uses this
- Has tread too, good device
- Great product
Q&A for Ovation Medical Posterior Night Splint
- From David Wong
- Q: Can I use this posterior tibialis tendonitis?
- A: This night splint for posterior tibial tendonitis can help relive pain and tenderness caused by injury to the posterior tibialis tendon.
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