Treatment of Ankle and Knee Pain

Elastic Foot and Ankle Support
Having an ankle injury or sprain can really render you immobile. it provides compression, warmth and increase blood flow offering optimal support to the ankle joint. It is a seamless product with an open toe and open heel that ensure movement stays easy. Elastic Foot and Ankle Support is made from skin friendly material and has a ventilating effect as the cotton knitted elastic releases sweat making the support breathable.

Treatment of ankle conditions and pain

Working as a coordinated team, our orthopedic/sports medicine specialists, surgeons and physical therapists use the most highly advanced, innovative techniques available to correct damage and reduce pain in the complex ankle joint, customized to each patient’s individual needs. Ranging from conservative to interventional surgery, these treatment options include:

  • Ankle arthroscopy/arthroscopic surgery
  • Brostrom procedure for recurrent ankle sprains/instability
  • Decompression of ankle impingement
  • Drilling cartilage injury (OCD of talus)
  • Orthisis
  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation
  • Removal of loose bodies

MRP: Rs 310

Our Price:Rs248

Net Price:Rs244( Apply Coupon Code ‘MSW2365’ Get 2% Discount )

WHEN TO USE

  • Ligament sprain
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Swelling of ankle joint

Vissco Elastic Tubular Anklet Features

  • Skin Friendly
  • Easy Breathe
  • Soft Support
  • Anti-Fungal

Vissco Elastic Tubular Knee Caps
Muscle or Ligament strains can be really bothersome, especially at the knee joint. We often over-work our knees in strenuous physical activities and then suffer from inflammations or strains. You might want to pick up our elastic tubular knee cap. It provides compression, warmth and improves blood flow to the soft tissue areas surrounding the joint. Its lightweight, breathable and comfortable ensuring it’s worn more often, thus improving its therapeutic results. The cotton knitted fabric releases sweat and permit airflow, which its ergonomic design ensures a two way stretch.

CALF & KNEE

Your knee is where your thigh-bone and shin-bone meet up. The patella (your knee cap) is made up of bone and sits in the front of the knee. The knee joint is supported by a ligament capsule and contains the synovial fluid that lubricates the joint. Two round knobs rest on a plateau like area between your thigh and shin bone holding it in place as well as enabling movement. The calf muscle is one placed at the back of the lower leg. When we walk, run or jump it helps pull the heel up to allow forward movement.

Stretch
We really can’t say this word enough. Before the start to the day or any strenuous activity, make sure you stretch your muscles and joints, especially your knee that keeps you moving.

Prop up your leg
If you have injured your knee then post rest & ice, remember to wrap your knee with something that provides compression. Then elevate your leg, ensuring fluids flow back to where they are needed most.

Use a Knee Brace
Our knees take the brunt of a lot during the day — whether its just walking, running, sitting, standing or playing a strenuous sport. Its always good to give it some extra support with a good brace.

Avoid Repetitive Tasks

Constant friction of the bones on the knee joint lead to trouble, so if possible, avoid repetitive tasks that overload the knee. If you must do them, ensure you take good breaks from time to time.

WHEN TO USE
Osteoarthritis Knee Overuse due to physical activities Post-surgery or post-arthroscopy Muscle and Ligament Strains Bursitis

MRP: Rs 268

Our Price:Rs214

Net Price:Rs210( Apply Coupon Code ‘MSW2365’ Get 2% Discount )

Vissco Elastic Tubular Knee Caps Features

  • Skin Friendly
  • Easy Breathe
  • Soft Support
  • 4 Way Stretch
  • Anti-Fungal
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