Sprained Ankle

Did you Sprain Your Ankle?

Most likely, you just made a wrong step and "rolled over" on your ankle. The ligaments just don't stretch that much - actually they are designed not to, so that your ankle bones stay aligned. When the ligaments are stretched beyond their capacity, they tear. That's what hurts!

A mild ankle sprain may need only a day or two of rest, where as a severe sprain (like the one pictured to the right) may need a cast, a brace, and several weeks of using crutches to stay off the foot.

Sprained Ankle

Sprained Ankle Shows bruising and inflammation


How can Prolotex™ Socks reduce a swollen sprained ankle?

Far Infrared energy is very effective in reducing inflammation. Reducing inflammation is key to improving the circulation and flushing out the stagnant blood and fluid that is pooled in the tissues between the cells. Getting rid of the "dead" or used blood is an important aspect in healing the ligament and tendon fibers.

RELAXED FIT FIR Socks help to promote circulation in your feet and toes. Just by wearing Prolotex™ Bio Ceramic Socks you can help to heal the sprained ligament fibers in your ankle.

Become More Flexible with FIR!

There is something really quite remarkable about the way in which far infrared influences the chemical makeup of your soft tissues. But, first, it's important to note, that far infrared rays are completely safe and amazingly beneficial to the human body.

FIR actually improves the strength and flexibility of your muscles and tendons by increasing micro-circulation.

As far infrared rays of light are absorbed into human tissue, they energize the cells, increase cellular metabolism, and allow fresh blood to reach minute parts of your makeup.

The dilating effects of FIR help to release stored toxins in the cells. This miraculous process improves the strength and flexibility of human tissue.


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FREE Tips To Help Heal Your Sprained Ankle:

  1. Use TherapySocks's Far Infrared Ankle Support to increase circulation and speed up healing of the torn ligaments.
  2. Ice packs at the beginning to reduce inflammation.
  3. Rest - Stay off your foot.
  4. Develop a therapy program to gradually increase the flexibility of the ligaments.
  5. Elevate the ankle to reduce stagnant fluid from pooling.
  6. Do not wear shoes & socks that cut off circulation.
  7. Wear a fresh, clean pair of Far Infrared Socks every day, to help improve circulation in the foot and ankle.

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