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Buy Pedifix Pedi - Smart Arch Brace - 1 each

Buy Pedifix Pedi - Smart Arch Brace - 1 each

Price: $9.99
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Small (P61-S)
Large (P61-L)
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Pedifix Pedi-Smart Arch Brace

Arch Brace
Product #P61
  • Helps relieve heel pain
  • Supports flat feet & fallen arches
  • Makes shoes comfortable
  • Fits in most footwear styles
Simple arch support relieves foot pain.
Arch Brace supports the arch to reduce tension on the plantar fascia, relieve inflammation and ease heel pain. This soft terrycloth pad stays in place with adjustable Velcro® fasteners and fits in most shoes.

Size Item#
Small (fits women's up to 10.5, men's  to 8.5)
Large (fits women's 11+, men's 9+)

Arch Brace can be worn directly against skin or over hosiery. Place terrycloth side of brace against bottom of foot and position the larger curved edge just forward of heel. Pull straps up, over and around top of foot. Secure straps under foot using the Velcro®-covered fasteners, adjusting them in a comfortably snug manner. If desired, use scissors to trim excess strap length. When wearing product for a prolonged time, release straps periodically to allow proper circulation.

Hand wash. Air dry completely before reuse.

If you have diabetes or poor circulation, consult a physician before using this product. If numbness, discoloration, irritation or additional pain occurs, discontinue use immediately.
Plantar Fasciitis is caused by repetitive strain and is the most common cause of localized heel pain. It is an inflammation of the plantar fascia, a ligament structure that supports the longitudinal arch of the foot. It is a tough, fibrous band of connective tissue that runs from the heel bone to the ball of the foot. Common symptoms include a dull, intermittent pain in the heel or arch, progressing to a sharp, persistent pain. It can also be a sharp, piercing pain and/or inflammation through the heel and foot that most often occurs first thing in the morning and gradually disappears with walking.
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