Ankle Injuries and Ankle Support Brace Product

Ankle Injuries and Ankle Support Brace Product

The ankle joint is a very versatile area of the body, but it can be vulnerable to injury as it cushions the body’s weight from impact with the ground. The most common type of injury is an ankle sprain, which is caused when the ligaments are stretched or ruptured. This can happen when running on uneven ground, twisting during football, falling awkwardly when jumping, or over-stretching in tennis. Ankle support brace product can help with symptoms and injuries such as: Ankle feels weak or unstable, Twisted ankle and have ankle pain and/or swelling, Ankle Instability, Ankle Ligament Sprain and/or Tear, Inside ankle pain, Ankle joint injury, Ankle Arthritis, Ankle pain and/or stiffness with weight bearing, and Sprained ankle. Although an ankle sprain can leave you out of action for a while, a good quality ankle support can help in recovery by providing comfort, stability and protection from further injuries. LP’s comprehensive range of ankle supports offers products...
Mike Caird - Jun 08, 2019
Joint Supports

Joint Supports

Joint supports play a role in both injury recovery and injury prevention and hence why there are different types. I’ll explain the difference and when and why you might need a joint support. Rehabilitation supports or braces limit movement of a joint to allow for optimum healing of muscle or ligament for injury recovery. Functional supports or braces allow for full movement while providing support for muscles and ligaments at high risk of injury for injury prevention. Throughout the recovery process, it is common to start off with a more supportive rehabilitation style brace while you work through your rehab by strengthening the muscles and ligaments around the injured area. Then weaning onto a less restrictive and more functional option for return to activity, which you can continue wearing for long-term injury prevention. Functional braces can also work to unload or reduce pressure on key areas that may be painful...
Mike Caird - Sep 18, 2018
Golfer's Elbow

Golfer's Elbow

article source: lpsupports UK Although golfers aren't subject to the same level of physical strain as some sports, injuries do still occur when playing golf and one of the most common of these is known as Golfer's Elbow. What is Golfer's Elbow? Golfer's Elbow is a form of elbow tendonitis, and occurs when the tendons that connect the forearm to the elbow become inflamed or torn, causing pain on the inside of the elbow. It is known as golfer's elbow as it can be caused by repetitive motions such as a golf swing, and by the overuse and stress of the muscles in the forearm that allow you to grip a club and flex your wrist. It is also worth noting that other activities can lead to golfer's elbow, such as baseball, rock climbing or even using common tools such as screwdrivers. You will know you have golfer's elbow if...
Mike Caird - Aug 28, 2018
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