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  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief
  • Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief

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Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief

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Vive Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint Plus Trigger Point Spike Ball - Soft Leg Brace Support, Orthopedic Sleeping Immobilizer Stretch Boot - Heel Spur, Foot Pain, Achilles Inflammation, Soreness Relief

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  • ALLEVIATE FOOT PAIN AND INFLAMMATION: Supporting a neutral foot position, the Vive soft night splint reduces pain and inflammation due to plantar fasciitis, drop foot and Achilles tendonitis. Gently stretching the foot, the splint is worn throughout the night to alleviate painful first steps in the morning. The splint also includes a studded foot massage ball for easing aches and pains.
  • REMOVABLE FOAM STRETCH WEDGES: Customize the amount of stretch for optimal pain relief with two comfortably padded stretch wedges. Made with a soft foam, each wedge elevates the foot to ensure proper positioning for maximum relief. Use the wedges separately, together or remove them entirely for customized pain relief.
  • VERSATILE DESIGN: Secured with three wide adjustable straps, the latex-free night splint fits both men and women. The straps are made with a strong fastener material that will ensure the brace stays in place all night long without twisting or sliding. Versatilely designed, the splint can be worn on the left or right foot.
  • ULTRA SOFT PADDED LINING: The night splint's rigid shell is generously padded with a breathable foam and covered with an ultra soft material for exceptional comfort. Removable for washing, the ultra-soft, breathable lining eliminates skin irritations and prevents blisters and abrasions.
  • VIVE GUARANTEE: 60 day unconditional guarantee so you can purchase now with confidence.
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Remarkable improvementOne day and one night so far, remarkable improvement.I wear a women's size 10w and got medium. Glad I did - large would have been way too big.It arrived early afternoon, and I put it on at my desk immediately, using the largest wedge. Wore it on and off yesterday. It's very cushioned and comfortable and the straps make it completely adjustable. Definitely difficult to walk in it, but not impossible. But it's very easy to take off and put back on again.The reviewers who say it was really uncomfortable- my guess is that is because it holds your foot in a position where it stretches the muscles and ligaments that are causing your plantar fasciitis pain in the first place. But that's the whole point. They need stretching. You can start wearing it with no wedge and then use the smaller wedge for a while.After a few hours of wearing it on and off at my desk, There was a difference. No sharp pains when standing up. So I wore it to bed. I did need to tighten it around my calf at night to keep my heel from lifting up too much, without gravity to push it down. It was uncomfortable with the strap over my foot too tight, but you don't need that one tight to keep your foot in position. I'm a side sleeper, and with a thick pillow between my knees, I had no trouble sleeping at all, surprisingly.When I got up this morning, no pain. It's not perfect, but so much better already. I will continue wearing it at my desk as much as I can during the day and over night. Very, very happy that I got this!5Works for Heel Spur pain, too!I had one of these many years ago for a problem with Plantar Fasciitis that nothing helped. In fact, the shot in the foot my doctor gave me seemed to make it worse. In desperation, I bought what looks like this same splint, and after 2 nights use, I was finally Plantar Fasciitis pain free. Really. I kept the thing for years waiting for another flare-up, finally loaned it to a friend and never saw it again. Btw, it worked for her within a week too.Fast forward a few decades, and 4 months ago I developed a heel spur that tainted a once-in-a-lifetime vacation and keeping me from doing what I want to do. I can barely remember what the Plantar Fasciitis felt like during the day, but I think this heel spur might be worse than that. Tried several things with no relief, can't use NSAIDS, acupuncture helped a little, Tylenol barely touched it, orthotics helped a little, I think mainly because I have such a high arch. But the more I read about Heel Spurs, the more I began to see a correlation to Plantar Fasciitis. I wondered if the same treatment that worked for that could help with my Heel Spur.Could not believe my old splint was still available after all these many years! I kept it on 4 hours the first night, and could immediately tell a difference when I got up the next morning. I used it the next night for about 5 hours. The reduction of inflammation was incredible! I can tell the Heel Spur is still there, of course, can poke it hard and feel it, but the whole foot isn't painful from it anymore, and that makes a huge difference.I don't sleep well with this splint on and it makes my back hurt, but the last few days I've been using it for about an hour while I sit and read or watch tv. I'm also doing heel stretches throughout the day. Even after a very busy day on my feet, an hour in the splint brings much relief. I'm actually looking forward to an active vacation in January, and I'll bring my splint with me.5No pain in my achilles after first night of useI've purchased a ton of these devices to help alleviate pain and inflammation from bone spurs under my Achilles tendon and they are now scattered somewhere in my garage. I saw all of the great reviews for this splint and I thought I'd give it a try. I was a bit incredulous after putting it on for the first time. While the splint fits my bare leg comfortably, I was concerned that all of the cloth and padding would make my leg sweat overnight and keep me up. My wife was worried that I would have a convulsion at night and accidentally kick her with this contraption. I was also concerned because I thought that the splint was supposed to give me a little calf stretch while I slept, but it really just held my foot in place at a 90 degree angle. I'm happy to report that I slept just fine!Every morning, I'm used to begrudgingly getting up and slowly limping down the stairs while holding on to the stair rail for dear life as my achilles tendon sent streaks of pain throughout my foot. After waking up from my slumber from the first night's use of the splint I got up and swung my feet onto the ground and removed the splint. I noticed this strange sensation that I was unfamiliar with. It...it... was the feeling of standing up and walking down the stairs with NO pain. I'll have to try the splint out for a few more weeks and let you know how the splint works out over the long term. So far, I'm quite impressed!5Like many people with plantar fasciitisLike many people with plantar fasciitis, I tried a few things before getting desperate enough to buy a night splint/boot. Gave it a try after watching a YT video by a podiatrist talking about how his wife had to get one of these, and how it worked after just two days. After the first night wearing it, 90% of the pain was gone, after the second night 99% of the pain was gone.Why I chose this one over the others on Amazon - Researched a number of them, and came to the conclusion that the only way this would work is if I ACTUALLY used it. What I mean by that is that if it isn't comfortable, no matter how good it supposed to be, you won't use it. This one is completely wrapped, so there are no spots that rub against you the wrong way. Because it is wrapped on the outside, you won't be banging it into your other half in the middle of the night.Sizing - I'm a men's size 10, and it worked perfect for my foot. The velcro wraps for the leg - the top was OK, the bottom one was a bit on the long side, but worked.If you have tried other things for PF, and not had success - this is worth a try for sure.5Great idea, but needs improvement.Kudos to VIVE for finally offering a night splint that is comfortable to wear! They do a wonderful job of easing my Plantar Fasciitis pain, and are comfortable enough to wear every night while sleeping. They use a rigid plastic boot for the structure, which is similar to their competitors (the ones that use big, clunky plastic buckles for attachment to the foot). The big difference with the VIVE splint is that the plastic shell is covered with a soft padded material. Nice product, but could be much better with a different material.The padded material is great for the inside of the boot, but not so good for the outside. The fuzzy fabric serves as the "loop" side of Velcro, and does a fine job of fastening to the "hook" material on the straps...for a while. After wearing these on both feet every night for a couple of months, the fuzzy covering is starting to lose its grip. I will typically find one or two straps undone when I wake up in the morning, and I am sure this number will increase as the fabric continues to wear. Velcro's own loop material will wear out eventually too, but at a much slower rate.The "grippyness" of the material acts a little like Velcro on your bed sheets, too; it makes it difficult to slip your feet under the covers and back out again. And changing positions in the middle of the night is a real pain; the boots grip the sheets and each other, usually causing one or more of the straps to come loose. Just for laughs, I wrapped a pair of cheap satin pillowcases around my feet after putting on the boots, and the slickness really make a big difference getting in and out of bed. Not a good solution for walking in, however. :-) Also, very amusing to the spouse!Although these boots are not intended for walking around in, it is unrealistic to think that people will take them off just to visit the bathroom in the middle of the night. My wife and I were initially amused to find that the walking on the padded material sounds exactly like walking on fresh snow; it becomes less amusing every time I awaken her with my nightly "snow walks". Plus, the material can be slippery on a tile floor.Here are my suggestions for improvement:1. Keep the padded, breathable material on the inside of the boot, but switch to a slicker polyester material on the outside to make it easier to slip under the sheets. There is already a seam where the inside and outside sections are sewn together, so the same pattern could be used. The straps should also have the slick material on the outside to help prevent having them unfastened by friction with the sheets.2. Add a small amount of rubbery material to the bottom (maybe an applied material like the treads on hospital socks) that will enhance grip when walking, but not so much that it will grip the sheets. This approach would also maintain the washability of the covering.3. Instead of using the padded material itself to act as the "loop" side of Velcro, sew in genuine Velcro loop material only where needed on the back of the boot (just as the "hook" side of the Velcro is sewn into the straps now). It will be much more durable, and you won't have to worry about it gripping the sheets.I still recommend purchasing this item, but I sincerely hope the manufacturer will make some improvements in the future. It is a good product, but could be a GREAT product with a few tweaks!4It's like having the cast back on at nightI've had my foot problem nearly 10 years and recently had my leg casted for 6 weeks with a lot of relief finally. About 4 weeks after the cast came off I could feel the plantar fasciitis coming back and my calf tightening, even with my stretching so I bought this sleeping splint and its been helping. I will probably always have this problem and this splint is helping me be more active with less pain each day. It's like having the cast back on at night, but it's soft and the velcro straps are wide so it stays on. The key for me is to give the calf a light but long stretch while I'm relaxed. I sleep on my stomach, and then my toes point and the calf tightens. The splint shouldn't be on super tight where your foot falls asleep, just a good fit. I don't need the wedges so far and I would recommend this splint to people who've had trouble sleeping with others on. I followed the size chart, I wear a woman's size 9 shoe and I didn't want it to be too tight, so this Medium is fine for me.5One of the better onesIt's always amazing for me to read the reviews where people completely trashing a good product. "It's uncomfortable to wear". Really? I think the key word is a BOOT they are missing! You are buying a boot to wear at night and expect it to feel comfortable?! "It's bulky!" Yes. it is! You can see it on the picture. "I took if off in the middle of the night". So did I! The first night and the second night and the third and the forth. This is not a sock or a sleepsack! You have to be ready for a few sleepless nights. It has to be uncomfortable before it gets comfortable. It will get caught in the sheets, it's a boot, of coarse it will! But you will get used to it. Eventually it works! Some say they are not feeling the stretch. You are not supposed to! If you feel the stretch, you will not be able to maintain it through the night. The boot is not supposed to stretch that far, it's supposed to prevent your foot from going into the plantar flexion position which tightens up the tendon. You can't possibly hold the stretch that you actively feel for 8 hours, it will cause more damage that's already there. I have worn a couple of boots before this one and this is one of the better ones.5Cured My Plantar's Fasciitis With No Shots!Sorry for the novel but I feel compelled to share my success with those who want to skip the cortisone shots.I bought a few items on Amazon to help cure my ailment. In order of effectiveness:1. arch supports2. foot splint3. lacrosse ball4. paint roller which I already hadIt took six month's to completely heal my heel but I did it with no cortisone shots. It might've healed even sooner if I did less walking but I chose to walk at lunch time now and then during these six months.Arch supports:Natural Foot Orthotics Stabilizer Arch Support Insoles for Plantar Fasciitis by Natural Foot Orthotics. You might think its crazy to spend $100.00 on a couple pieces of plastic but they worked wonders for me. They redistribute your weight to the arch area and reduce the weight on your heal. Be sure to follow the instructions about building up wear time slowly until you adjust to them. The first time I wore them it felt like I had a log in my shoe. Three days letter they felt like a glove.You get great customer service from this store. The first ones I tried were the wrong size (too flat) and too small for my foot. The owner let me swap them for free for a different size and height. I was concerned it would be hard to use these supports in the many pairs of shoes I wear because I thought I would need to anchor them into position with adhesive or velcro. Not the case. I use nothing to anchor them down and I don't remove the soles inside my shoes. I just take a little extra time when putting my shoes on to make sure the supports are back against the heal. I get very little slippage. However, you might find you need to buy bigger shoes to accomodate the arch support and your foot. I was lucky. I already wear big shoes to get a larger toe box so my shoes work ok with these supports. Warning. These supports are hard plastic not rubber. I only use them for walking not running. I'm 63 yrs old. 235 lbs and walk about 2 miles per day with these supports in sneakers. I wear a size 12 4E sneaker to get the width and toe box room but my foot is only 11 inches long. Think duck feet. I wear a size 12 W arch support. The tan one not the black one. The tan ones have a higher arch. I plan to wear these supports for a very long time even though my plantar's fasciitis is gone.Foot Splint:Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint by Vive - Soft Medical Brace Boot for Heel Spurs, Foot Pain, Heel Pain, Achilles Inflammation & Soreness Reliefhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00YZ7CUZC/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&th=1This splint prevents your foot from pointing your toes while you sleep which in turn prevents the tendons and ligaments on the back of your leg from shrinking and tightening. I bought the XL size. I wore the splint at least half the night and sometimes all night. Also wore it in my recliner. When you wake up, massage briefly the back of your leg near your heal plus your achilles tendon and your calf muscle to loosen it before you take your first step.On the nights I chose not to wear the splint I experienced more pain in the morning. I had much less pain on those first steps of the day when I wore the splint all night. The velcro gets a little weak over time but I learned to live with it.Lacrosse BallResultSport Trigger Point Massage Ball Set Pack of 3 (Soft/Medium/Hard) - Stress Reflexology, Myofasical Ball, Exercise Ball, Lacrosse Ballhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00SEG8U2M/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1They are hard which I found to be just what I needed. While sitting in a chair I ran the ball under my arch and heal. Sometimes I pressed firmly which I think brought fresh blood to the area plus loosened the ligaments.Sometimes I stood up while using it when I wanted to press harder.Paint Roller with 2 foot extension handle:I placed my knee on my bed which comes up to the middle of my quad. Then used the paint roller to press/roll on the back of my calf, achilles tendon and down to my heal. This loosened and lengthened the tendon which took pressure off the heal area where my pain was. A masseuse sure beats a paint roller but this was a cheap alternative.5Bought for nighttime stability of my broken ankle.Best purchase for night stability for my broken ankle/fibula. Doctors removed my hard cast after only having it on for a week and I was told to wear a walking boot and wrap it at night. The first night was so painful and the lack of stability had me twisting my ankle throughout the night, so I was forced to sleep in my heavy walking boot. At 2:00 in the morning, I was on Amazon and purchases this splint. I have now been wearing it at night and around the house for 5 days and I could not be more satisfied with my purchase. It is well made, very strong Velcro and very very comfortable. It is so much lighter than my walking boot with the same level of protection.5Not quite up to snuffI looked and looked for a splint that would hold my foot at the correct angle that did not have the diagonal braces. I have very sensitive skin that tears easily and wanted something with a soft covering. I saw this and said, Great! I wish I could say it worked out..it didn t. I ordered the small because I wear either a 6 1/2 or 7 depending on the shoe. At first glance, the foam didn t quite fit the shape of the brace, but it was soft. I put my foot in and strapped it on, crawled into bed, and my heel popped up. I tried it with the wedge and the same thing happened. The brace did not hold my foot/ankle at a right angle. As a side note, the foot bed/channel is very wide, and there was no ball in the package. I returned it to Amazon for a refund.1
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