·Dorsal Night Splint
·Soft Night Splint
Dorsal Night Splints - Outstanding Relief & Healing
The Night Splint is medically proven more effective than any other overnight treatment. We guarantee it to be the most comfortable and effective treatment with a 120 day money-back promise.
Dorsal night splints treat plantar fasciitis, heel spurs and all types of heel pain. This night splint style also treats Achilles tendonitis and muscle cramps and with a low profile, it is found to be the easiest to wear. Plantar fasciitis and night splints have had a long history together, with many types of inserts and orthodox being introduced into the market, night splints have stood strong against the competition since the night splint, especially the dorsal, has the best track record of proven healing and relief.
When first introduced, the night splint only came in a boot, which many find cumbersome and bulky, but now it is available in a dorsal style brace. This dorsal is light in weight, retains less heat than traditional night splints and is easier to sleep in due to the smaller design.
Dorsal night splints are truly the "toasty sleeper's" friend, with a smaller design and an open ankle and heel, more heat can escape from your feet during the night. The dorsal design of all these splints supports the foot from above, gently stretching and lengthening both the plantar fascia ligament and Achilles tendon.
This unique rapid relief splint features a relief tensioner designed to comfortably stretch the plantar fascia and achilles tendon during sleep. The gentle stretch will relieve pain, prevent further damage, and work to cure the painful condition associated with the first step in the morning or after periods of rest. Sleep well and start reducing heel pain with our therapeutic overnight treatment:
The splint is designed to hold your foot in the neutral position, so no added stress is felt on the ankle, being perfect for those who have had any ankle injury or ankle swelling. This neutral position of the dorsal splint provides a passive stretch to the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon with out causing any additional stress on the joints of the foot. Dorsal splints are the more comfortable of the night splints, with most people logging more hours wearing the night splint since it is more comfortable to sleep in. Users of standard night splints have a tendency to remove the splint during the night so it can be less effective due to the smaller amount of time worn, but since dorsal night splints are more comfortable and cooler, users are able to wear the entire duration of the night, so the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon receive the most benefits, speeding up healing time.