Adjustable Ankle Stabilizer

Provides extra strong support

  • Rigid support for weak or injured ankles
  • Breathable material

Adjustable Ankle Stabiliser

The Elastoplast Adjustable Ankle Stabiliser is designed to provide strength, protection and rigid support to stiff, weak or injured ankles:

  • Adjustable design for personalised fit
  • Breathable materials enhance comfort


How to use

Open all fasteners and slide foot into the stabiliser. Loop the top strap through the buckle, pull and secure it.
Pull the left strap up and over top of the foot, attaching the fastener to the opposite side of the ankle stabiliser.
Follow the same directions for the right strap. Adjust both straps until fit around bottom of the foot feels comfortable.

Seek medical advice if in any doubt about the injury.

Product  Type  Size  Quantity
Adjustable Ankle

 1 bandage


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    There are five common sports injuries:

  2. 1. Excessive strains

    A strain to the muscle or tendon can happen when the muscle is over stretched or excessively worked. This can cause the muscle to swell or fibres to rupture as in a torn hamstring. It may be painful and difficult to move or walk. Strains usually take one to six weeks to heal.

  3. 2. Bruises

    A direct blow to the muscle tissue can result in bruising or cuts such as in a corked thigh.
  4. 3. Tendonitis (inflammation of the tendon)

    This can happen after excessive overuse. Often this is due to poor equipment or preparation, such as in tennis elbow.
  5. 4. Dislocation

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  6. 5. Sprains

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