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Sporlastic Orthopaedic Bracing

Braces are medical aids that are used to stabilise, relieve, immobilise, guide or correct limbs or the trunk. They protect and support the musculoskeletal system. They are more stable than supports and in some cases have built-in mechanisms, for example for joint guidance, and are therefore able to carry out protective, guiding, and in some cases supporting functions in joint traction.

Braces can assist with a wide range of conditions. They are generally prescribed by doctors and selected in conjunction with the orthopaedic technician to be used for immobilisation to assist healing if temporary immobilisation is required. In other forms, braces can stabilise joints or guide them in physiologically correct movements.

This can also be useful for the training of affected muscle groups and therefore for strengthening them. For chronic and irreparable damage, braces can provide relief and support of people's mobility. They can maintain functions and prevent or reduce pain. In their corrective role, they counteract deformities, mal-positioning and load stress and can therefore prevent physiological malformations.

Whether it be for immobilisation, mobilisation, correction, stabilisation or relief: Sporlastic braces impress with excellent wearing comfort, super handling and an appealing design.

Sporlastic Orthopedic Bracing

Jiani Compression Socks

When a person slips on a Jiani sock, his or her legs will feel instantly supported and comfortable, but the real benefit of wearing graduated compression socks happens at a deeper level. All Jiani socks use the science of standard graduated compression. Compression is strongest at the ankle and gradually decreases to the leg.

The socks actually act as a layer of muscle, gently squeezing stretched vein walls. This built-in feature helps fight the force of gravity and circulate the blood back to the heart more efficiently. When blood is properly circulated it provides much-needed oxygen and nutrients to tired muscles that have been deprived during a workout. It helps muscles regenerate more efficiently, as well as helps remove any lactic acid that is built up. Today's athletes understand that true graduated compression helps their performance, training, and recovery.