Toe Plate for the Darco BodyArmour Dorsal Night Ankle Splint
If you already own the Darco BodyArmour Dorsal Night Ankle Splint, chances are you've already seen an improvement to the stretch of your plantar fascia. In some cases, you might want to achieve even greater stretching of the plantar fascia. If this is the case, the Toe Plate for the Darco BodyArmour Dorsal Night Ankle Splint helps achieve this for improved results.
Who Can Benefit from the Darco Two Plate?
Designed for use with the Darco BodyArmour Dorsal Night Ankle Splint, the Toe Plate provides you with an additional stretch of the plantar fascia. This helps with a number of issues, including:
- Heel spurs and metatarsalgia
- Heel pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Achilles tendinitis and tendinosis
- Talipes equinus and ankle contracture
Features and Benefits of the Plate and Splint
- Plate places toes in a dorsiflexed position
- Toe Plate achieves greater stretching of the plantar fascia
- Counteracts a number of issues, including heel spurs
- Splint holds the foot at a 90° angle to the lower leg
- Extends the plantar fascia
- Position prevents equinus deformity and shortening of the Achilles tendon
- Large toe loop elevates hallux and benefits from windlass mechanism
- Allows the natural flexing motion of the foot
- Provides a precise and lasting stretching of the plantar fascia
Splint Relieves Heel Pain
Heel pain is among the most frequent types of pain occurring in the foot. The pain is usually caused by overstressing the plantar fascia. Due to wear, micro-injuries and tissue changes of the plantar fascia at the heel bone, a heel spur can develop.
If you suffer from stabbing heel pain when you bear weight, this can be debilitating and can cause a great deal of stress. The Darco BodyArmour Night Ankle Splint is an effective aid that keeps you out of the operating room.
Sizing of the Toe Plate
The Toe Plate is available in one universal size so you don't have to go through the trouble of measuring your toe. The plate can be worn on either the right or the left foot.