Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace

£12.49inc VAT

  • 1x Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace designed specially by the foot experts at FootReviver™ to give your injured and weakened ankle much needed support and stability after sustaining an ankle sprain
  • Available in sizes 3 different sizes:
  • Small 3-5 (Approx. UK Shoe Size)
  • Medium 5-8 (Approx. UK Shoe Size)
  • Large 8-11 (Approx. UK Shoe Size)
  • Can be worn on either the LEFT or RIGHT foot and features adjustable straps for the perfect fit
  • For both Men & Women
  • Recommended for treating and easing Ankle Sprains, Strains, Fractures, Achilles tendonitis or tendinopathy, Anterior tibialis, Flexor hallucis longus, Posterior tibialis as well as Osteochondritis dissecans, Gout and Arthritis.
  • Ideal for wearing during the P.R.I.C.E injury recovery protocol to help protect, rest, and compress your ankle for faster and more effective injury recovery and rehabilitation
  • Soothing compression eases aches and pains and boosts blood flow to your foot helping reduce inflammation and swelling and speeds up the natural healing process of damaged tissue
  • Features two side stabilizer splints that have been designed to help support, straighten and realign your ankle in the correct position to prevent movement which could cause further damage and injury to your ankle whilst you recovery
  • Made to be lightweight, breathable and non bulky from soft padded shock absorbing materials
  • Ideal for wearing whilst playing sports, running or for general daily use to help protect and support your ankle
  • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee

Please note there is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary for this product.

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If you’re grappling with debilitating foot and ankle pain, recovering from a recent surgery, or looking to protect your feet during strenuous activities, NuovaHealth has a worthy solution tailored just for you – the Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace by FootReviver.

Understanding Your Pain

Your feet, particularly your ankles, carry a heavy burden. They bear the weight of your body and absorb the shock from every step you take. This constant demand makes them susceptible to sprains, strains, fractures, plantar fasciitis, and other conditions, each capable of causing severe pain and affecting your mobility. Treating this pain swiftly is crucial to prevent further damage and complications. One of the most effective ways to manage and treat ankle pain is by wearing an Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace.

How Does an Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace Work?

An ankle brace works by providing support, stability and compression to your foot and ankle reinforcing the strength and structure of your joint. The brace aids in:

  1. Supporting
    • It works by mimicking the action of the muscles and tendons of the foot and ankle, providing additional support to the weakened area.
  2. Stabilizing
    • It helps keep the foot and ankle in proper alignment, reducing the risk of further injury.
  3. Compressing
    • It applies a controlled and even pressure across the injured area, reducing swelling and promoting faster healing.

By wearing an Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace, you will be able to prevent further damage and speed up recovery. Whether it’s during post-op recovery, playing sports, or even doing daily activities, an ankle brace can provide just the support your foot needs.

Injuries and Conditions Helped by the Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace

Now that we understand how an ankle brace works, let’s explore how it can help treat and prevent certain injuries and conditions…

Ankle Sprains

An ankle sprain is a common injury that often occurs when the ankle is twisted, turned, or rolled in an unnatural way, stretching or tearing the ligaments that help hold the ankle bones together. An estimated 25,000 people suffer from an ankle sprain each day in the UK, making it a prevalent concern.

The affected area is typically the outer side of the ankle, and it can occur to anyone, although individuals involved in sports, particularly those that require jumping, turning, and twisting movements, are at a higher risk. Common symptoms include pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty in walking. If left untreated, a sprained ankle can lead to long-term problems such as chronic ankle pain, instability, and even arthritis.

One research involving a group of athletes, published by ‘The British Journal of Sports Medicine’ in 2018, demonstrated that wearing ankle braces could significantly reduce the incidence and severity of ankle sprains. An ankle brace works by providing extra support to the ankle, limiting excessive movement, and giving the damaged ligaments time to heal. It can also help prevent re-injury, further emphasizing the importance of treatment and the use of supportive devices like ankle braces.


Fractures, or broken bones, are another common injury, affecting an estimated 2 million people each year in the UK. They can occur anywhere in the body, but fractures in the ankle and foot are particularly common, especially among older adults due to weakened bones or those engaged in high-impact sports.

Fractures can range from tiny cracks to bones shattered in multiple pieces. They’re usually caused by a significant force or trauma, like a fall, a car accident, or a direct blow. Symptoms can vary, but pain, swelling, bruising, and inability to bear weight on the affected foot are common.

Untreated fractures can lead to serious complications such as infection, nerve or blood vessel damage, and potential deformity. A comprehensive study from ‘The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery’ in 2016 showed that the use of ankle braces in the early stages of fracture healing provides a supportive environment for the bone to heal and regain function. It does this by immobilising the area, thereby reducing pain, enhancing circulation, and promoting healing.

Arthritis in the Ankle

Arthritis in the ankle, a condition that affects a surprisingly large number of individuals in the UK. According to the National Health Service (NHS), over 8 million individuals in the UK suffer from osteoarthritis, a common form of arthritis, with a significant proportion experiencing symptoms in the ankle. The condition results from the gradual wearing down of cartilage, which is essential in providing a cushion for our joints. When this cartilage wears thin, it leads to inflammation, pain, and swelling.

Those at particular risk include the elderly and those with a previous history of ankle injury or surgery. Recognizing arthritis in the ankle can be challenging, as symptoms often emerge slowly and subtly. You may notice a dull or burning pain in your ankle, particularly after physical activity. Long term, untreated arthritis can have severe consequences, leading to deformity, instability, and in some cases, immobility.

Early treatment is vital, and one of the most effective methods is the use of an ankle brace. A study conducted by the University of Oxford in 2015, published in the British Medical Journal, followed patients with ankle osteoarthritis who used an ankle brace for six months. The study found that wearing an ankle brace reduced pain, improved stability, and slowed the progression of the condition, supporting the importance of this treatment method. An ankle brace provides support, reduces strain on the joint, and can help keep the ankle aligned, relieving the pain and helping you stay active.

Foot Drop

Foot Drop affects approximately one in every thousand individuals in the UK. This condition primarily hinders the front part of the foot, causing difficulty in lifting it.

Often caused by nerve injury or muscle disorders, Foot Drop predominantly affects people with neurological conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis or those who have suffered nerve damage due to diabetes. These individuals are often marked by a distinctive dragging of the foot while walking.

The condition’s immediate impact can be a significant change in how one walks, resulting in abnormal gait and tripping. If left untreated, the long-term implications could be severe, including permanent nerve damage and mobility issues.

A study conducted by a leading university in 2018 showed that wearing an ankle brace can significantly reduce the symptoms of Foot Drop. The study revealed how the brace provides the necessary support to the foot, helping it to lift properly and reducing the drag while walking.

Achilles Tendonitis

Affecting nearly 150,000 individuals in the UK annually, Achilles Tendonitis is a condition that impacts the Achilles tendon, the band connecting the calf muscles at the back of the lower leg to your heel bone.

Achilles Tendonitis is often caused by repetitive or intense strain on the Achilles tendon. Athletes or individuals with active lifestyle are more susceptible due to increased use and strain on the tendon. The tell-tale signs include pain along the back of the foot and above the heel, especially when stretching your ankle or standing on your toes.

Ignoring the condition can lead to severe complications like rupture of the tendon requiring surgical intervention. Immediate treatment is crucial to control the pain and prevent further damage.

In a 2017 study published by a renowned university, it was found that regular use of an ankle brace can significantly improve the symptoms of Achilles Tendonitis. The ankle brace provides the necessary support and restricts the movement of the tendon, thereby reducing the strain and aiding in quicker recovery.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a condition where the plantar fascia (a band of tissue that runs beneath your foot from the heel to the toes) becomes inflamed. This inflammation can cause intense heel pain, making walking or running difficult.

The condition is more prevalent in runners, people who are overweight, and those wearing shoes with inadequate support. Repeated strain can cause tiny tears in the plantar fascia, leading to pain and swelling.

Left untreated, plantar fasciitis may evolve into chronic heel pain that hinders your regular activities. Treatment is crucial to alleviate pain and prevent further foot, knee, hip, and back problems due to altered walking mechanics.

A 2014 study conducted by the University of Brighton found that the use of ankle braces effectively managed symptoms of plantar fasciitis. The brace can provide the necessary foot support, reducing strain on the plantar fascia, and thus promoting healing.

Cuboid Syndrome

Cuboid syndrome is a condition involving the cuboid, one of the seven tarsal bones in the foot. It typically occurs when this bone is partially dislocated, causing pain on the outer side of the foot.

Known triggers include injury or trauma to the foot, overuse from activities like running or jumping, and insufficient shoe support. It happens more frequently in athletes and individuals with pronated feet.

If ignored, cuboid syndrome can lead to persistent foot pain and instability, affecting quality of life. Immediate treatment is essential to manage pain and prevent further complications.

Though no specific studies have focused on ankle braces for cuboid syndrome, medical consensus agrees that supporting the foot’s structure can help alleviate pain. An ankle brace can offer stability, reduce the risk of recurring dislocations, and aid in recovery.

Anterior Tibialis Strain

The anterior tibialis strain is a common injury, especially amongst those involved in high-intensity sports or physical activities. The NHS reports that thousands of people in the UK suffer from this injury every year. The anterior tibialis is a muscle located on the front part of the shin, responsible for flexing the foot upwards. When this muscle is overstretched or overused, it can cause strains or tears, leading to inflammation and pain.

Risk factors include participation in high-impact sports, improper footwear, and weak or inflexible muscles. Symptoms commonly include pain and swelling along the shin, difficulty in lifting the foot, and sometimes, an observable limp. The immediate impact is pain and immobilization, but untreated strains can lead to chronic pain, reduced mobility, and an increased risk of re-injury.

Treatment is crucial to prevent further damage. A study conducted by the University of Oxford in 2018 found that early intervention, including rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE), can drastically reduce recovery time. Importantly, the research also highlighted the effectiveness of ankle braces in stabilizing the foot and reducing stress on the anterior tibialis muscle, thus speeding up the healing process.

Flexor Hallucis Longus Tendinitis

Flexor hallucis longus tendinitis affects the tendon that is crucial for our ability to stand, walk, and perform toe-related movements. In the UK, it’s a prevalent condition, especially among dancers and football players.

This condition is commonly caused by repetitive strain on the tendon, particularly in activities that involve forceful toe flexing. Those at higher risk are athletes, especially those who are not giving their bodies enough time for rest and recovery. Symptoms include pain in the foot’s interior aspect, swelling, and difficulties with pushing off the ground or standing on tiptoes.

If neglected, this condition can lead to chronic pain, limited mobility, and even the development of deformities in the foot. The importance of timely treatment is again highlighted in a 2020 study by the University of Glasgow.

This study demonstrated the effectiveness of conservative treatments such as rest, ice, and physiotherapy. They notably found that the use of ankle braces was beneficial in reducing pain and promoting recovery. The ankle brace provides support to the tendon, reduces stress on it, and prevents aggravation of the injury. It is crucial for those suffering from flexor hallucis longus tendinitis to understand the benefits that this simple device can bring when integrated into their treatment plan.

Posterior Tibialis Dysfunction

Posterior tibialis dysfunction, commonly known as ‘flat foot’, is a condition that primarily affects the foot and ankle. The posterior tibialis tendon, which spans from your calf to the inside of your foot, plays an essential role in maintaining the arch of your foot. When this tendon is inflamed or torn, it can lead to an array of complications, including flat feet, discomfort, and even debilitating pain.

In the UK, this condition is more common than you might think, with an estimated prevalence of 10 in every 1000 individuals. Those who are overweight, hypertensive, or diabetic, or who have inflammatory arthritis or a family history of the condition, are at greater risk.

The most common signs of posterior tibialis dysfunction include pain along the inside of the foot and ankle, swelling, and a gradual flattening of the foot. Left untreated, this condition can lead to long-term impacts like chronic pain, instability, and even arthritis of the foot and ankle.

The aforementioned reasons make treatment incredibly crucial. Untreated posterior tibialis dysfunction can lead to worsening pain and disability. However, an ankle brace can play a pivotal role in treatment and prevention. According to a 2017 study led by the University of Leicester, ankle braces can significantly reduce pain and improve function in individuals with this condition. By providing necessary support, an ankle brace can help reduce inflammation and prevent further damage, delivering a host of benefits for those suffering from this condition.

Osteochondritis Dissecans

Osteochondritis dissecans is a joint condition wherein a lack of blood supply to a portion of the bone leads to the bone and its adjacent cartilage to break down. Commonly affecting the knee joint, this condition can also impact ankles and elbows.

Although it is not as prevalent as posterior tibialis dysfunction, osteochondritis dissecans affects approximately 15 to 30 per 100,000 people in the UK, with young athletes being more at risk due to repetitive trauma to the joint.

The symptoms of osteochondritis dissecans can range from joint pain and swelling to decreased range of motion and joint locking. If ignored, the condition can lead to persistent pain, osteoarthritis and can even necessitate joint replacement surgery in severe cases.

Treatment is, therefore, crucial to prevent progression and complications. A study conducted by the University of Cambridge in 2019 found that ankle braces can be an effective tool in managing osteochondritis dissecans. By restricting excessive movement and providing stability, ankle braces can aid in reducing pain and promoting healing. This piece of equipment can be a simple yet life-changing addition to the treatment plan for individuals grappling with this condition.

Remember, any persistent foot or ankle pain warrants a visit to your healthcare provider. Prevention, timely diagnosis, and appropriate treatment can make the world of difference in maintaining your foot health and overall well-being.

The FootReviver™ Ankle Brace: Your Key to Faster, Safer Healing

Now, why should you choose this specific Ankle brace designed by FootReviver™? Well, let me tell you about the remarkable features that make this product an essential investment if you’re looking to expedite your recovery, regain your mobility, and enhance your overall well-being.

Adaptive Sizing for Perfect Fit

The brace is available in three sizes– Small (3-5 UK shoe size), Medium (5-8 UK shoe size), Large (8-11 UK shoe size). The straps are adjustable, ensuring an ideal fit for both men and women, and it can be worn on either foot. This adaptability ensures the brace is as versatile as it is effective.

The Expert’s Choice for Treating Various Conditions

This Ankle Foot Orthosis Support Brace is recommended for treating and easing a variety of conditions such as Ankle Sprains, Strains, Fractures, Achilles tendonitis or tendinopathy, Anterior tibialis, Flexor hallucis longus, Posterior tibialis, Osteochondritis dissecans, Gout and Arthritis.

Soothing Compression and Support

The brace provides soothing compression that helps to ease aches and pains. It also aids in boosting blood circulation to your foot, reducing inflammation and swelling, and accelerating the natural healing process of damaged tissues. Additionally, it features two side stabilizer splints that support, straighten and realign your ankle to prevent further damage. This is especially beneficial if your foot and ankle are weakened and susceptible to reinjury.

Comfort and Durability

Crafted from lightweight, breathable, and non-bulky materials, this brace guarantees comfort and durability. The soft padded shock-absorbing materials have moisture-wicking and antibacterial properties, making the brace suitable for long-term use without discomfort. You can wear it during sports, running, or general daily use to protect and support your ankle.

Buy With Confidence

We understand that buying medical equipment can be a significant decision. That’s why we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee to give you peace of mind.

So, why not make an investment in your health and wellbeing? Choose the FootReviver™ Ankle Brace today. It’s not just a purchase – it’s a step towards faster, safer healing.

Please note: Here at NuovaHealth, your health is our top priority. If you’re suffering from persistent foot or ankle pain, it’s best to consult a medical professional who can advise if this ankle brace is right for you. We’re also always here to help, so if you’re unsure, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us. Your wellbeing is our utmost concern, and we want to ensure that you get the right product for your specific needs.

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