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What is a Night Splint?

The night splint is designed for rehabilitation after injury, sprains, fractures, or foot or ankle surgery. Night splints are meant to be worn at night as you go to bed, as it allows for a gentle but constant stretch in your ankle to avoid stiffness. In addition, night Splints maintain the foot in a neutral position with the toes pointed up while immobilizing your foot and supporting the ankle.


Night splints can be an inexpensive and effective way to treat various foot conditions. A night splint holds the foot in the dorsiflexion position, and it prevents the calf muscles or the plantar fascia from getting shortened while you sleep. The night splint relieves your foot from that excruciating pain you feel when you put the feet down on the ground first thing in the morning.


The plantar fascia has to stretch as little as possible, thus significantly reducing the pain and preventing damage. Therefore, night splints are mainly recommended for the treatment of plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis. There are two types of night splints, dorsal and plantar style. Both styles effectively treat plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, foot drop, heel pain, post-static pain, and other foot and ankle conditions.


There is no big variation between the various night splints whose purpose is to allow the fascia to heal. We at Health Products For You offer safe, durable, and reliable night splints. Get relief from heel pressure, plantar fasciitis, and Achilles tendonitis with these devices easy to apply and comfortable to wear. In addition, there are different types available to be worn during the night to promote good sleep and healing by breaking the nighttime recovery or morning pain cycle.


How are Night Sock Splints Beneficial for Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis?

Splints for Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis, a condition that causes pain on the bottom of the foot, is caused by excessive stress on the plantar fascia, the connective tissue that stretches from the heel bone to the toes. Plantar fasciitis is typically characterized by pain, inflammation, and tenderness at the plantar fascia, ultimately affecting foot mobility. Unfortunately, 10% of the population suffer from plantar fasciitis at some point during their life.


Treatment for plantar fasciitis normally includes a combination of conservative modalities. A night splint is one of the most effective ways to reduce morning pain from plantar fasciitis. As the name suggests, the splint works while you sleep. The night splint will help hold the foot and ankle in a ninety-degree dorsiflexion position with the toes pointed up. The splint is worn overnight as it gently stretches the plantar fascia ligament to keep them from getting stiff during the night. Nobody would like to go to bed wearing a bulky thing on their feet, but it is extremely helpful in reducing the dreadful pain that one experiences first thing in the morning. The splint also helps in improving circulation and blood flow and speeding up the healing process while you sleep. Mainly there are two types of splints for plantar fasciitis, a boot style brace, and a sock splint. While both styles have pros and cons, the best choice would be the one you will wear most consistently. Night splints are most effective when paired with other conservative treatment modalities icing, stretching exercises, orthotics, physical therapy, and anti-inflammatory medication. It would be best if you use the night splint as directed by the podiatrist. Night splints are typically recommended to be used for 1–3 months.


We have a huge collection of night splints for plantar fasciitis, both plantar and dorsal style. Breg Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint is a plantar style night splint and features adjustable, bilateral dorsiflexion straps for controlled application of stretch. Rolyan Dorsal Night Splint is a dorsal style splint, and it is lightweight, aids in reducing heat retention, and increases patient comfort during sleep. The effectiveness of the night splint depends on the patient's compliance. So, our catalog features innovative designs which are effective as well as comfortable.

Night Splints for Achilles Tendonitis

Achilles tendonitis is yet another very common cause of foot pain. The Achilles tendon is the strongest and biggest tendon in the body, connecting the calf muscles to the heel bone. It enables you to walk, run, jump, and do other activities. Inflammation of the Achilles tendon due to overuse and degeneration causes Achilles tendonitis. It results in severe pain and swelling. In serious cases, it can lead to rupture of the Achilles tendon, which may require surgical intervention.


Many doctors recommend night splints along with other treatment modalities. Studies show that most people sleep with their feet pointed down, which shortens the Achilles tendon. Night splints help ease pain and inflammation by keeping the foot upright at a 90-degree angle during the night. The night splint improves the Achilles tendon's flexibility and promotes healing even while you sleep by keeping your heel and ankle flexed at just the right angle. It also reduces stiffness and stabbing pain that you experience first thing in the morning. The Comfortland Posterior Night Splint with Wedge and Advanced Orthopaedics Dorsal Night Splint is scientifically designed to treat Achilles tendonitis and other foot problems. They help accelerate the healing process and reduce the body's recovery time.


Where to Buy Night Splints for Heel Pain Online?

At Health Products For You, we provide a wide range of night splints that well-known makers have designed, like Brown Medical, Patterson Medical/Performance Health, Breg Incorporated, Comfortland, and many more.


Research Paper on Foot Night Splints

  • The effectiveness of dorsiflexion night splint added to conservative treatment for plantar fasciitis