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If a foot or ankle injury or a chronic condition that affects your foot or ankle is making it hard for you to complete your daily activities or exercise, there are ways that you can help address the discomfort. Ankle braces and foot braces can provide support, allowing you to workout, play sports or carry on with your everyday activities more comfortably. CVS stocks a diverse assortment of foot and ankle braces, so you can find the right option for your needs quickly and buy a new brace online.

What is a foot or ankle brace?

A foot or ankle brace is a supportive garment that is worn for protection or for stabilization while allowing the foot or ankle to heal from an injury such as a sprain. The brace helps to reduce mobility while providing light compression to the area. A foot or ankle brace is commonly used during rehabilitation and are made from rigid material such as nylon or neoprene, which helps limit mobility to the wearer.

Ankle Support Sleeves

For mild pain and swelling, ankle support sleeves are often used. An ankle sleeve is a stretchy sheath that looks similar to a sock but with cutouts that expose the heel, the toes and the forefoot. Designed to fit snugly, ankle sleeves compress the joint, helping to provide support for the muscles around the ankle. The compression action also helps enhance blood flow to the joint and the foot.

Ankle Stabilizers

When more support is required for the ankle, there are other types of braces available. Ankle stabilizers are one option. This type of brace looks similar to an ankle sleeve but has adjustable straps that reach across the foot or the ankle. These straps add an extra layer of support to limit side-to-side motion of the joint. Stirrup ankle braces are another alternative to ankle sleeves. This type of brace wraps around the ankle and has a strap that fits under the foot. Once in place, stirrup ankle braces support the joint and keep it properly aligned with the foot.

Arch Support Solutions

For some types of foot pain, medical providers may suggest an arch support brace. This foot brace fits beneath the arch and wraps over the top of the foot. Typically, arch support braces are secured by hook-and-loop fasteners. Arch support braces gently lift the arches and provide support for the underside of your foot when you step.

Using Your Ankle Brace

Before using any foot or ankle brace to address pain or discomfort, be sure to consult your medical provider. He or she can tell you what type of ankle or foot brace is best for your specific needs and let you know if you require any other treatments for your injury or condition. As you shop for ankle braces or foot braces, pay attention to the sizing information. It's a good idea to measure yourself before you shop, so that you can find a brace that will fit you properly.

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