Friday, 25 November 2016

Ankle Traction Holder for Sprains Safety

Ankle and foot supports work by providing physical restraint and reinforcing the supporting action of the ankle ligaments. These provide maximum protection against acute and chronic ankle instabilities. Health Vistas has a number of ankle and foot supports and braces from diverse manufacturers such as Orthopedic, Flowline, Romsons, OPPO, Paragon, Sego, and United Medicare.

Many The ankle is the most overloaded joint in the body. It bears the weight of the body. Ankle pain can be due to weight bearing , arthritis, overuse or weakness. Ankle Traction Holder supports are anatomically designed to support and stabilize the ankle allowing early healing.
Ankle Traction Holder
          Our Price : Rs 188

Indications: Used as a Traction holder placed at ankle level following conditions-
  • Hip or sacral injuries/Pain in hip or sacral region.
  • Femoral fracture
  • Low back pain Features Made from durable cotton fabric with canvas reinforcement for comfort.
  • Lock fastening for convenience and firm restraint.

Ankle Traction  is very important to support the foot until it heals completely. This is especially important while sleeping so that no unnecessary movements strain the foot during the recovery process. The Vissco Ankle Traction Holder helps to give grip and stability to the lower limb and keep it firmly and comfortably in a resting position with the help of a soft padding to hold the ankle.

Vissco Shoulder Immobilizer
 Our Price : Rs 314
Shoulder Protection : The shoulder is a ball and socket joint. However, whereas the hip has a deep socket, the shoulder socket is more shallow. This gives the shoulder a greater range of movement than the hip but, in return, it is more unstable.

The articulation of the Shoulder Stabilizer joint is between the head of the humerus and the shallow glenoid cavity of the scapula. The glenoid cavity is deepened by the glenoid labrum (a fibrocartilaginous rim). The joint capsule surrounds the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff muscles around the shoulder are very important for protecting the joint and adding to stability.

Shoulder injuries can be devastating in young athletes, particularly in those whose sport requires strong overhead motions, such as baseball, softball, volleyball and swimming. A decrease in shoulder function may end an athlete's career. Common shoulder injuries in athletes include acute dislocation and acute subluxation of the glenohumeral joint, chronic subluxation, impingement syndromes, rotator cuff injuries and acromioclavicular joint injuries.

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