How does the DSAB2 work?
Universal stabilization strap can be directed medial or lateral to the
talocrural and subtalar joint. The directional stabilization strap has
been shown to be clinically effective in providing external support over
the ligament injury site, creating compression and exerting a
directional force on the calcaneous into inversion or eversion
(depending on the nature of the injury).
Appropriate stabilization of the lateral ankle and/or subtalar joint
sprain can be achieved by directing the strap over the top of the foot,
through the longitudual arch and under the calcaneus to force the heel
Place strap over the anterior aspect of the talocrural joint, lateral to
the calcaneocuboid joint and under the heel to the medial malleolus. The
strap is directed in a lateral to medial direction to invert and
compress the subtalar and talocrural joints, resisting ankle eversion
and protecting the deltoid ligament.
|Features and Benefits
Universal stabilization strap forces the
ankle into inversion or eversion.
Universal left or right.
Cuff closure for added support and
Lace up design for a snug fit and primary
Made of durable ntlon for long lasting wear.
Low profile design allows use in athletic