TriLok - RIGHT foot application for: Ankle Sprains, Chronic Ankle Instability or Peroneal Tendonitis

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Bio Skin, premium bracing and performance apparel. TriLok Application Instructions Right foot application for: Ankle Sprains, Chronic Ankle Instability or Peroneal Tendonitis The TriLok has three parts: the undersleeve, the white FootLok strap, and the black Stirrup strap. Step 1: Applying the Undersleeve. To begin, pull the undersleeve over the foot with or without a sock and pull up tight. Next, locate the fleece flap, wrap it around the ankle, and tuck it into the brace. To close the undersleeve, position the foot at a 90-degree angle, then pull the top strap through the D ring, cinch snug and attach.

It is important that this strap is comfortably tight. Then, pull the lower strap around the ankle and attach. Step 2: Applying the White FootLok Strap Hold the strap in front of you and locate the small Velcro tab at the end. This tab is black on one side and white on the other. Place the tab on the top of the foot with the black side down and the strap laying toward the INSIDE of the foot. Next, wrap the FootLok strap underneath the foot and push the foot firmly onto the floor. This allows the foot to expand when body weight is applied.

Continue wrapping around and press the strap onto the white side of the Velcro tab on the top of the foot. To complete this step, wrap the FootLok strap underneath the foot again, position the foot at a 90-degree angle and pull the strap up with the finger loop, and attach high on the OUTSIDE of the ankle. For increased support, lift the toes up and lift the outside of the foot as you attach the FootLok strap. The FootLok strap is now mimicking the ligaments and tendons, supporting the ankle. Step 3: Applying the Black Stirrup Strap Start by locating the Velcro tab in the center of the strap. Apply this tab to the back of the ankle with the straps to the sides. (For very narrow feet, you may use the upper attachment). Next, position the foot at a 90-degree angle and wrap one side of the strap over the front of the ankle, then wrap it under the heel, and attach high on the ankle.

Wrap the other side over the front of the ankle, then wrap it under the heel, and attach high on the ankle. For increased stability, use the finger loops to detach both tabs, lift the toes up, pull up firmly on the straps, and re-attach. To finish, fold down the elastic collar, wrap it comfortably around the ankle, and attach.

TriLok - RIGHT foot application for: Ankle Sprains, Chronic Ankle Instability or Peroneal Tendonitis

The ankle is now supported and protected from unwanted movements. The TriLok may be worn with or without shoes and sandals. Enjoy!.

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