Levamed E⁺motion ankle support
- Good thermoregulation
- Flexibility despite movement
- Provides stability during stress activities
Levamed® E+motion® is a support for soft tissue compression of the ankle joint. Thanks to high-quality Merino fibres, the performance ankle support has temperature-regulating properties. The support also withstands high stress activities at work, in everyday life or during sport: it stabilises the ankle joint and provides reliable support.
Levamed® E+motion® can be used when the ankle joint needs soft tissue compression with local additional pad(s). This includes slight instability of the ankle joint, sprains and distorsions, joint effusions and swellings due to arthritis and osteoarthritis. Thanks to integrated 3D silicone quartz pads, swelling - caused by oedema or haematoma - is reduced. At the same time, the structure of the support with its compressive knitted fabric can have a positive effect on the body's own guidance and stabilisation of the joint.
Besides its therapeutic benefit, the support also convinces with its comfort and sporty design. Thus, the extra-large Comfort Zone provides more freedom of movement, even during extreme movements. Whether during sports or in everyday life: Levamed® E+motion convinces with its anatomical form and optimum fit. The included parachute silk donning aid makes it easier to apply the product correctly, quickly and comfortably.
Athletic users particularly benefit from the optimised breathability of the active fibre technology in the knitted fabric of the ankle support. The 3D silicone quartz pad is thin, allowing the bandage to be worn comfortably in the shoe, which contributes further to the bandage’s high wearing comfort. The Levamed® E+motion® is produced by the unique knitting technique (medi Soft Edge) – thus the support for soft tissue compression does not cut into the ankle and also remains comfortable when worn for a longer period of time.
- Merino fibre for improved thermoregulation in summer and winter
- Extra-large Comfort Zone for more freedom of movement
- Easy to put on with included donning aid
- Active fibre for optimized breathability
- Particularly good flexibility to ensure optimal fit, even during extreme movement
- Extra stability for secure support during high-stress activity
- 3D silicone quartz pad – thin to ensure that it is comfortable to wear in the shoe
- No cutting-in is caused by the ends of the bandage, thanks to the unique knitting technique (medi Soft Edge).
Levamed E⁺motion is a bandage for soft tissue compression of the ankle joint.
Elastane, Polyamide, Polyester
The elaborately worked knit ensures a balanced microclimate of the skin. Moisture is transported reliably and quickly from the inner surface to evaporate from the outer surface. At the same time, the material’s active breathing structure guarantees the necessary oxygen supply.
The integrated Clima Fresh function has antibacterial actions and reliably prevents odour formation. Bacteria are kept away from the knit to maintain fibre-deep hygiene.
Soft zones in the sensitive flexor areas ensure that the support does not press on or cut into the skin, even when worn all day long.
All compression garments and compression pantyhose (round knit and flat knit), anti-embolism stockings and supports are regularly tested to OEKO-TEX Standard 100 for human ecological harmful substances and assessed. The awarding of the certificate OEKO-TEX Standard 100 guarantees tested quality that safeguards your health.
medi World of Compression: signpost to the future with 65 years' competence in the field of compression. The products in the medi World of Compression are marked first and foremost by their versatility, their numerous possible combinations, their first-class finishing and that special wearing feeling – for the ‘I feel better’ moment.
All indications which call for soft tissue compression with additional local cushion support on the ankle, such as:
- Slight instability of the ankle joint
- Sprains and distorsions
- Joint effusions and swellings due to arthritis and osteoarthritis
- None known at present.