MalleoLoc®

MalleoLoc®

The MalleoLoc is another ankle brace from the family of high-quality ankle braces from Bauerfeind for pain relief and comfort.

The self-shaping device helps with the stabilization of the ankle and is used for care for ankle injuries. Serious ankle twists, sprains, torn ligaments, and capsular ligament strains are what this brace was designed to treat. The brace doesn’t affect the heel-to-toe movement, and the device can be worn without a shoe.

Description

The MalleoLoc is another ankle brace from the family of high-quality ankle braces from Bauerfeind for pain relief and comfort. The self-shaping device helps with the stabilization of the ankle and is used for care for ankle injuries. Serious ankle twists, sprains, torn ligaments, and capsular ligament strains are what this brace was designed to treat. The brace doesn’t affect the heel-to-toe movement, and the device can be worn without a shoe.

  • Self-shaping
  • Low-fatigue cushion
  • Muscle stimulation of the anterior tibialis muscle

The MalleoLoc conforms to the outside edge of your foot and is secured with a strap system. A snug fit on the foot, it passes along the side of the ankle joint and ventures underneath the sole of the foot. The heel has a free range of movement, and the device stops talar shift and lateral twisting. The muscles in and around the ankle are stabilized. The device can be used for chronic cases, and it can be shaped for each wearer

Under the sole of your foot, there is a tongue-shaped extension that stimulates the muscles in the area. The tibialis anterior is the primary recipient of the stimulation, and it reinforces and stabilizes to increase the wearer’s mobilization. It is a preventative device that stops further injury and is an early treatment device for capsular ligament strain or outer malleolus ligament injuries.

This brace will treat functional injuries of the lateral malleolar and bifurcate ligaments, capsular ligament strains, postoperative rehab, and chronic ligament insufficiency.

INDICATIONS

  • Early functional treatment for injuries of the lateral malleolar ligaments (and the bifurcate ligaments)
  • Capsular ligament strains
  • Postoperative rehabilitation
  • Chronic ligament insufficiency

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