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Ankle brace for stabilisation in one plane

  • Light foam gel pads for distribution of pressure
  • Optimal patient care thanks to different versions
  • Can be worn in a shoe

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M.step® ankle brace for instability of the ankle

The M.step® brace has a light foam gel pad that adapts to the anatomical structures of the ankle, making an even pressure distribution possible. Thanks to the wide range of variants – from Standard to Athletic and the variant Kidz – patients are cared for according to their individual needs. An additional benefit: the ankle brace for stabilisation of the ankle can also be worn inside the shoe.

M.step® is used for all indications in which a stabilisation of the ankle joint with limtation of pro- and supination movement is necessary, such as:

  • Following ligament injuries to the upper ankle joint (grade 2 to 3) (posttraumatic / postoperative)
  • Following sprains
  • For Chronic instabilities of the ankle

M.step® protects the ankle from inner and outer rotation movements (pronation and supination movements) of the foot. At the same time, the integrated separator pads ensure a good pressure distribution and provide additional protection for the ankle.

The M.step® brace is characterised by its rigid and anatomically pre-shaped half shells. These can be flexibly adapted to the swellings of the ankle. Thanks to its displaceable and individually adjustable straps, the ankle brace M.step® offers a high level of comfort. The brace also convinces users with its lightweight and skin friendly material.


Product benefits

  • Rigid shells provide stabilisation in pronation and supination movements
  • The foam-gel of the padding adapts to the varying anatomic conditions and provides a uniform compression

Intended purpose

M.step is an ankle brace for stabilization in one plane.


Standard colours

Material components

Polyurethane, polyester


Size chart M step UK



Medical specifications


For all indications which require stabilisation of the ankle and limitation of pronation and supination, such as:

  • Following ligament injury to the upper ankle (grade II + III) (posttraumatic/post-operative)
  • Following sprains
  • For chronic instability of the upper ankle


  • None known at present.

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