M.step ankle brace
- Light foam gel pads
- Multiple variants
- Can be worn in a shoe
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.
M.step is an ankle brace for stabilization in one plane.
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.
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