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A Dorsal Night Splint holds the foot in a neutral position while you sleep. This prevents your feet from rubbing against hard surfaces while you sleep, which is common in cases of plantar fasciitis. Made of breathable, coolFlex” material, this splint is adjustable and fully padded inside the dorsal region. It also helps increase dorsiflexion, which reduces pain in your foot.
A dorsal Foot brace is a removable orthotic that covers the top of your foot. This allows you to sleep with it on while you’re lying down. It’s easy to put on and remove at night. The 3 straps are adjustable, making it easy for you to wear it comfortably. The fasteners used are 10X stronger than those used in retail products. A Dorsal Night Splint can help you sleep comfortably in the middle of the night.
The Dorsal Night Splint has been designed to provide relief from pain and inflammation throughout the night. The Comfort Dorsal Night Splint is smaller than most other Dorsal Night Splints and will keep your foot in a neutral position, allowing you to sleep comfortably. The pad is air-filled, and this helps with the comfort of the wearer. The removable Dorsal Night Splint can be washed in cold water and air-dried.
Dorsal Night Splints are designed to provide individualized support for a patient’s foot and ankle while they sleep this is similar to a Posterior night splint. This splint is smaller than most Dorsal Night Splints and maintains the foot in a neutral position. It also provides a passive stretch to the Achilles tendon and the Plantar Fascia, which are the main components of the heel. An air-filled pad is lining the ankle/foot junct for an extra cushioned fit. Alternatively you can use a homemade night splint.
Dorsal Night Splint are designed to provide relief to your foot and ankle during the night. It is a small, comfortable device that keeps the foot in a neutral position and allows passive stretching of the Plantar Fascia and Achilles tendon. An air-filled pad is positioned in the foot juncture to reduce pain during the night. The Comfort Dorsal Night Splint has 3 adjustable straps to adjust to the shape of your foot.
A posterior night splint is typically used for patients with plantar fasciitis. Both types of splints minimize the pain associated with the first step out of bed. A podiatrist may prescribe a splint that has a pad for the patient’s comfort. Anterior night splints are not as comfortable, but they are effective in relieving the pain of plantar fasciitis.