These are the exact medical devices which we recommend to both NHS and private clients.
As explained in the videos, they provide the best results out of all the products on the market.
Individual product details as follows:
Our Night Splint provides nighttime and morning pain relief
Smaller and lighter than most other dorsal night splints, it is designed to maintain the ankle in a neutral position, providing a passive stretch to both the Achilles tendon and plantar fascia by pulling from above.
An air-filled pad lines this anatomically-molded splint at the ankle/foot juncture, providing a cushioned fit.
- Air-filled pad and 3D padded molding reduce irritation and discomfort for a better night’s rest.
- Lightweight, low profile design provides a more natural feel, making the splint easier and more comfortable to wear.
- Two adjustable hook-and-loop closures adjust to fit.
- Dorsal design supports the foot from above, while leaving the heel exposed and keeping the foot cooler.
- Fits left or right foot
- 1st met cut out – allows the windlass mechanism, hence reducing the pressure on the first MPJ and easing tension in the plantar fascia area.
- Metatarsal raise – supports the metatarsal area and redistributes weight away from the ball of the foot.
- Deep heel cup – supporting the heel reduces pressure by redistributing the body’s weight over a greater surface area on the sole of the foot, while stabilising the foot to provide greater control and support.
- Medial flange – increases control of the medial aspect of the rearfoot. Providing correction, stabilisation and gait training – increasing arch support.
- Medial arch support and lateral control – improves misalignment of the foot. Aids in reducing pronation and improving sagittal plane control.
These insoles are a cost-effective, fully customisable foot orthotic. The device can be worn alone to provide general control or adapted by the clinician into a semi-bespoke device.
The PediRoller uses a proven foot therapy to keep feet healthy and toned. It can be easily used to help stretch the plantar fascia, increasing flexibility and reducing pain. Available through pharmacy, the PediRoller is a CE marked medical device.
Correctly exercising feet will keep them healthy and strong. Stretching and strengthening programmes play an important role in the treatment of heel and arch pain caused by plantar fasciitis. In a study* 83% of patients involved in stretching programmes for heel pain were successfully treated.
*Reference: Wolgin M, Cook C, Graham C, Mauldin D. Conservative treatment of plantar heel pain: long-term follow-up. Foot Ankle Int. 1994;15:97-102