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Alphabrace Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Heel & Foot Pain (Medium)

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Alphabrace Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Heel & Foot Pain (Medium)

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Product Description Product Description
  • Plantar Fascitis Night Splint Brace Heel and Foot Pain Size: Medium
  • Medium , Men 8 - 10 1/2 , Women 7 1/2 - 10
  • Designed to comfortably position the foot
  • Low profile shell is sturdy and breathable
  • Gentle stretch to the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon
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Be sure before you buyCompletely unuseable. I wear a size 8 so I ordered a medium as they suggested, but it was huge and could not be tightened enough for it to do any good. Wish I understood there are no returns on this product, Now I am stuck with it and the company is unfriendly about it. 1The straps and base are padded well and easy to adjustThis came much more quickly than they said it would and is very well built. I've been using it for a couple months now and no problems. The straps and base are padded well and easy to adjust. It is easy to scrub clean if you prefer to sleep with bare feet like I do. My plantar fasciitis symptoms have vanished since taking prescribed anti-inflammatory but I'm still using the brace just in case it flares up. 5I had painful plantar fasciitis for monthsUpdated to add: This boot finally helped me kick my plantar fasciitis. I kept wearing it for a long time, thinking that if I stopped the pain would return, but when I finally did stop wearing the boot, my foot has remained pain-free. This is a great product, and I totally credit it with allowing me to walk without pain.I had painful plantar fasciitis for months, and this boot is the only thing that has helped. My foot hasn't fully healed yet, but it's definitely much better. Sleeping with this big contraption on your foot and leg obviously takes some getting used to, but it's not that bad. I have a wide size 10 ladies foot, and I got a size medium boot. I almost wish I had gotten a large, but if your foot isn't wide medium would probably work. 4Very good deviceAs someone with plantar fascititis in both feet, this has really helped with the general soreness I'd either wake up to or go to sleep with.This hasn't cured my issue, as it takes a host of different therapies, stretching, and workouts.But it has really helped my heels feel better and less inflamed each morning (I wear it during the night) 5Do Not Waste Your Money--Product Does not Work and They Will Not Issue a RefundDon't waste your money, or bother hoping this device will help with plantar fascitis, because it won't. This splint is extremely difficult to put on, and I found that it did NOT prevent my foot from stretching down at night, The boot merely slid down when my foot stretched downward, and did nothing at all to prevent that movement, which of course aggravates plantar fascitis. I had the straps adjusted as tight as possible, but that did absolutely nothing to prevent the aggravating movement in my sleep. I contacted them to request a refund, since their product did not work as advertised--the request was immediately denied. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY--LOOK FOR BOOTS THAT ARE NOT THIS RIGID STYLE, because they do not work as advertised. And this company is not reputable--if they were, they would stand behind their product and issue a refund. 1You Can Find Mine at the Roseville GoodwillThe thing about products like this is we re looking for a magic wand to cure us &, yet, we are inherently lazy.Save your $30 and just do your stretches!!! Getting this medieval mechanism out every night is NOT gonna happen. You know what else won t happen? Clothes Off o Clock with your honey when this thing is nearby. What a killjoy.Do your stretches, hug your squeezey bear, save your cash. 3It works, but you have to adjust it correctlyI finally found something that helps my plantar fasciitis, but you have to adjust it correctly. When I first bought it I used only the foam wedge to set the angle of my foot. After 2 weeks there was no change so I set it aside. I'm not a big fan of doctors so I put off going to a podiatrist until I was essentially crippled and it was my only option left. True to form, the podiatrist was no help ("well, you could try this, or you could try that. This works for some people" blah blah blah"). However, I had brought this brace in to see if they thought it was worth anything and a nurse, almost in passing, said I had to increase the angle of the foot plate by tightening the velcro straps that run from the calf to the toes. I tightened them increasing the angle of my toes and I noticed an improvement within 2 nights. Two weeks later the pain is "generally" gone. I say generally because my feet will still hurt if I spend the day walking around NYC etc, but the morning pain and constant daily pain IS GONE!! Your foot does NOT need to be firmly strapped in. Doing so causes me to wake up with pain in the middle of the night. As long as the ball of your foot is elevated, it works. 5as it is like wearing ski boots to bedAfter being diagnosed with plantar fasciitis I decided to try these night splints. They really helped me to begin healing faster than if I had just continued with the icing, stretching, and placing inserts into my shoes. They do take some getting used to, as it is like wearing ski boots to bed, but the pay off is worth it. I wore them for about 2 weeks and then I was able to get out of bed in the morning and walk without pain. I still stretch every day several times a day. Overall, it took about 6 weeks of no walking or running before I was completely back to normal. 5Uncomfortable to Sleep in but VERY EffectiveThis is a long-ish response, and it includes commentary on several products to help with my PLANTAR FASCIITIS (some purchased on Amazon, some not). It has been about two and a half months since I started using these items. I hope this information is helpful to others!About me: 50-yr old woman; Active city-dweller walking 2-5 miles every day (errands, taking kids to school & etc); Former serious runner (now swimming & stationary bike); Flat-feet; Generally ~10 lbs extra.And my Plantar Fasciitis: Started about a year and a half ago (though I noticed mild & passing arch discomfort ~15 yrs ago when I was running daily); Pain is primarily in the right foot; Got much worse & persistent Spring 2016: Switched to wearing stability running shoes as often as possible + supportive summer shoes; Started seeing a foot doctor & investigating different treatments/supports June 2016.The Pain: Unlike many descriptions of plantar fasciitis, my pain was not noticeably worse first thing in the morning. It tended to be nagging during the day, and more so on days when I was walking/standing a lot. The midsole and heel area was also painful when pressed (like an internal bruise). X-rays confirmed plantar fasciitis with slight beginning of a heel spur; Dr said that plantar fasciitis can present in different ways.FUTURO ARCH SUPPORT (pharmacy & Amazon): One of the first items I purchased. Eases pain. Don t know if it really helps, but the pressure up against the arch feels good. I tend to wear these around the house with flip-flops & sometimes without shoes.[https://www.amazon.com/Futuro-Therapeutic-Arch-Support-Moderate/dp/B00WN8LIAI/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1472218152&sr=8-1&keywords=futuro+foot+arch+support]PLANTAR FASCIITIS ARCH SLEEVE (pharmacy): Cheap, useless; Actually uncomfortable. Idea isn t bad, but impossible to keep the gel portion exactly where it should be for maximum pressure/support.[http://pics.drugstore.com/prodimg/509757/450.jpg]ALPHABRACE NIGHT SPLINT (Amazon): I purchased this after reading how effective a night splint can be. And it is TRUE. After one night (~ 2hrs of wear), the sharp pain was significantly lower. It is not really comfortable to sleep in (though not intolerable either). I continue to wear the splint as often as I can generally 5-6 days per week (day or night), for 2-3 hours each time.[https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001PB07S8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1]POWERSTEP ORTHOTIC (podiatrist & Amazon): My podiatrist recommended that I wear good orthotics whenever I can, so I replaced the insole in my sneakers with these. While there has been no dramatic change, I can definitely wear my running sneakers all day without real discomfort. But I don t know if it is the orthotics or the combination of several treatments, including the night splint. Worth noting: this orthotic was $80 from my doctor, and $33 on Amazon.[https://www.amazon.com/Powerstep-Pinnacle-Orthotics-U-Blue-Mens/dp/B000KPKMX0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1472218880&sr=8-2&keywords=powerstep+orthotic]ORIGINAL XBRACE (Amazon): This one actually feels good. I wear it when my foot feels fragile. When I know I am going to be on my feet for a long time, I pop them in my bag. If my foot or arch gets sore or tired, I put them on, and I feel better right away. They are fairly comfortable with sandals & okay with sneakers.[https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B017MZZ7LM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1]DARCO PLANTAR FASCIITIS FOOT SLEEVE (podiatrist & Amazon): This is another one that feels good, and I use it much like I use the Xbraces when I will be out walking a lot or if my foot feels weak/tired. I think I prefer the Xbraces. Podiatrist charged me $35 & it is $13 on Amazon.[https://www.amazon.com/Darco-Plantar-Fasciitis-Sleeve-Compression/dp/B00ICPX6TW/ref=sr_1_2?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1472219672&sr=1-2&keywords=darco+foot+sleeve]PROFOOT ORTHOTIC (pharmacy & Amazon): I use these in non-sneaker closed shoes, and I feel they are somewhat helpful. Probably because they make the shoe a bit tighter against the arch & they lift my heel a little. But they are half-orthotics (heel to just before the ball of the foot), so they shift a bit.[https://www.amazon.com/PROFOOT-Plantar-Fasciitis-Orthotics-Mens/dp/B007S8XYAK/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1472220517&sr=8-1&keywords=profoot+orthotic]STRETCHING: I do the usual recommended stretches for plantar fasciitis 3-4 times per week, five minutes each time.Rolling both foot over a tennis ball or rolling pinRolling the foot over a frozen bottle of waterTowel stretch pulling the toes forward*SHOES*RUNNING SHOES: I googled best running shoes for plantar fasciitis, and I found several posts from good runner sites that listed stability shoes popular with runners who suffer from plantar fasciitis. Saucony seems to come up the most.DANSKO SANDALS: Though I ve never been a huge fan of their clunky, closed clogs, their shoes come up frequently in online forums about plantar fasciitis. I ve been fairly pleased with my katy sandals. They have a 1.25 inch heel. Worth noting, I found mine on sale for $29 (not the more common $60-99).[https://www.amazon.com/Dansko-Womens-Katy-Smooth-9-5-10/dp/B00MAVAZ6G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1472219886&sr=8-1&keywords=dansko+katy]CROCS MINI-WEDGE (Amazon): Crocs are another shoe line that comes up often in forums about plantar fasciitis. The important aspect for helping with plantar fasciitis is that the heel should be lifted and there is good support in the arch (so the loose, chunky original crocs, not so much). These mini-wedges have a 1.5 inch heel. [https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001IV5BAE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1]VIONIC FLIP-FLOPS (podiatrist & Amazon): Vionic shoes come up frequently in online searches about plantar Fasciitis. In addition, they seem to be the most common shoes sold in podiatrist s offices. So I bought a pair. Price is shocking ($85!). I think they are fine; I rotate them with the crocs & the danskos. If I were to buy another pair, I would buy a model with a slightly higher heel (the heel on these is .5-.75 inch).[https://www.amazon.com/44TIDEII-BLK-Vionic-Womens-Tide-Flops/dp/B00D9844SE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1472220686&sr=8-1&keywords=vionic+flip-flops] 5It does work if I wear it all night--next day ...It does work if I wear it all night--next day pain is significantly less then not wear at all. Having said that it is uncomfortable and I wake up with numb toes or ankle and will take off some nights mid-way thru night. Given reviews indicated it was small so I went a size up and it's huge. I should have stayed with my size. Some evening when I am sitting an extended period of time I will wear also. velcro allows for adjustment on greater angle of bend. The maximum tightness is too lose on my calve and ankle. At times I cross the two bottom straps and connect in opposite buckles to change where the pressure is when sleeping. No regrets in buying, put PF healing takes time.... 4
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