Why We Love The Copper Arch Supports: Top 4 Features
Bands Provide Simple Discreet Support
Foot arch pain doesn’t go away when you leave the house, so why should the support sleeves? Wear this copper arch supports with or without socks inside any shoes or sandals. You can also wear the sleeves that come in a pack of two as a pair, or single support on one foot. The sleeves conform to your feet to provide discreet, targeted compression and support, no matter what you’re doing.
Personalized Foot Pain Treatment
Whether you’re looking for relief from fallen arches or flat feet, or simply want some extra support and relief for sore feet, these copper sleeves are the perfect fit for you. Available in a range of stretchy sizes, any adult man or woman can benefit from the plantar fasciitis compression sleeves.
Use the foot compression sleeves for a range of arch pain or conditions, including:
- Flat feet relief
- Plantar fasciitis
- Fallen or collapsed arches
- Heel spurs
- Achilles tendonitis
- Foot arthritis
- Peroneal tendonitis
Speak to your doctor or medical professional before wearing to ensure these support sleeves are the right choice for your condition, injury, or pain.
Comfortable, Copper-Infused Compression
Find effective, long-lasting relief from sore foot pain, strains, and aches thanks to these copper compression bands. The best way to fully find pain relief from foot pain, especially from fallen arches or flat feet, is to find support for the bottom and top of your foot. Made of copper materials, the sleeves are anti-odor and anti-bacterial, which is perfect for all-day use, even while you’re working out, walking, running, or exercising.
Designed for All-Day or All-Night Use
The flat feet correction bands are perfect to use repeatedly. Not only are they reusable and easy to wash, but they are also made of comfortable, durable, and long-lasting materials that will hold up over time. Simply slip the arch sleeves on and wear them overnight to bed, or during the day under shoes while completing your daily activities.
How to Fix Collapsed Arches Using Arch Support Sleeves
Over time, the arches of your feet wear down, causing sore, achy pain. Luckily, when it comes to rebuilding fallen arches, there are several actions you can take. One of the most common ways to rebuild the arch of your foot is to make use of arch supports. This could be the form of supportive shoes, insoles, socks, or wearing support sleeves daily, like these compression bands. Another popular way to fix fallen arches is to practice exercises that will help raise the arch and rebuild strength. Some common arch rebuilding exercises include calf raises, toe raises, and arch lifts.
Are My Flat Feet Causing My Body Aches?
Unfortunately, flat feet and fallen arches are likely to cause pain in more places than your feet alone. Having flat feet can affect the way you stand and walk, which can throw your posture off. It’s extremely common for those with flat feet, or undeveloped arches, to have ankles that roll inwards when you’re standing or walking. This can cause the alignment of your hips and knees to fall out of balance, which can travel up to your lower back causing sore aches and pains.
Can Flat Feet Cause Back Pain?
Did you know that flat feet could be what’s causing your chronic lower back pain? Walking and standing in an unaligned form can cause pain to travel up to your lower back. To find relief and realign, you’ll need to focus on fixing the support of your arches. Wearing support sleeves that conform to your feet can help support and build up balance and strength. In additional to arch supports, try wear a low support back brace or wrap to help alleviate any pain in your lower back for quick relief.
Flat Feet and Knee Pain
Another common issue for those with flat feet includes a higher possibility of chronic knee pain. Due to flattened arches, your legs are likely to turn inward, which added stress and pressure on the knee joint. Not only can this cause sore pain, but it could also make existing knee conditions, such as arthritis even worse. Along with the use of arch support, you’ll find a lightweight support knee sleeve beneficial as you begin to recover!
Flat Foot vs Fallen Arches: What’s the Difference?
While flat feet and collapsed arches are often used interchangeably, there are some distinct differences that are important to understand and be aware of. Fallen arches develop in adulthood due to the weakening of the ligament in the foot that builds the arch. You may also experience dropped arches as an adult due to posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, which results in weakened arches. However, flat feet begin in childhood, due to your arches never fully developing, which results in flattened arches. When it comes to flat feet, you likely won’t experience any pain from it until later in life, after the discomfort of your misaligned body posture catches up. Wearing orthotics made especially for fallen arches will be beneficial in providing targeted compression and support for both flat feet and collapsed arches.
Frequently Asked Questions About the Copper Foot Sleeves
- What conditions / injuries does this support treat? Use for pain relief from fallen arches, flat feet, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, gout, arthritis, strains, and general sore feet pain.
- Who can wear it? Any adult man or woman can benefit from these arch support sleeve bands.
- How do I know what size to get? Refer to the sizing chart pictured above to find the best fit for you.
- What is it made of? Foot sleeves are made of 85% copper-infused nylon and 15% spandex.
- When should I wear it? Wear as needed daily or overnight for effective pain relief and support.
- How do I put it on? Simply slide the sleeve on, placing directly over the arch of your affected foot.
- How does it work? Provides targeted compression and support to weak, strained, fallen arches to help lift and relieve pain.
- Can I wear the sleeves to bed? Yes, these copper supports can be worn comfortably throughout the night as you sleep.
- Washing instructions: Machine wash on delicate in cold water with mild detergent. Let the supports air dry completely before reapplying.
- Wear under or over socks and with most shoes
- All-day, comfortable targeted compression
- Can be worn as singles or as a pair
- Color: Black
braces for fallen arches
so far so good I wear them every day for falling arches.