The BraceAbility compression neuropathy socks give quick relief from painful peripheral neuropathy and nerve damage with these socks for diabetic foot pain.
The sizing chart for our compression toeless socks for foot pain come in four sizes up to size 12
The foot neuropathy pain relief socks are comfortable and lightweight for day or night support
Our neuropathy compression socks give twenty to thirty mmhg compression to foot and ankle pushing swelling and blood away from damaged nerves
The foot neuropathy pain relief socks are comfortable in shoes, for extra comfort wear under socks
The braceability neuropathy socks give natural pain relief from diabetic foot pain, ankle or foot gout, and plantar fasciitis
The braceability neuropathy compression socks come in three unique colors, light blue, black, gray, and purple
Our diabetic open toe socks are nine inches tall
The BraceAbility light blue compression neuropathy socks give quick relief from painful peripheral neuropathy and nerve damage with these socks for diabetic foot pain.
The BraceAbility black compression neuropathy socks give quick relief from painful peripheral neuropathy and nerve damage with these socks for diabetic foot pain.
The BraceAbility purple compression neuropathy socks give quick relief from painful peripheral neuropathy and nerve damage with these socks for diabetic foot pain.
To put on the neuropathy compression socks, slide over toes and center on ankle

Neuropathy Socks | Compression Toeless Foot Pain Relief Sleeves for Diabetics and Peripheral Treatment

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Our Top Five Favorite Features of These Foot Neuropathy Compression Socks

  1. Natural Relief from Neuropathy Pain

    Relieve your foot and ankle pain with these lightweight, breathable neuropathy compression socks. The compression materials help treat and manage a range of pain and conditions, such as:

    • Neuropathy
    • Diabetic foot pain
    • Ankle or foot gout
    • Plantar fasciitis
    • Peripheral neuritis

    Speak to your doctor or medical professional before wearing these socks for long periods of time to ensure they will help your specific condition.

  2. Lightweight and Breathable Materials

    These diabetic compression socks for neuropathy wrap your foot and ankle in soothing support without worrying about unwanted sweat and warmth as you wear them throughout the day. Made of lightweight materials, the neuropathy socks keep you cool and comfortable as they work their magic.

  3. Comfortable All-Day Compression

    Wear these diabetic neuropathy socks all day or overnight for the ultimate level of support, compression, and comfort. Our compression socks for nerve pain offer 20-30 mmHg of supportive pressure. The socks are easy to wear with or without shoes during the day while working, exercising, or while at home relaxing.

  4. Sweat-Wicking, Open-Toed Design

    With most compression socks, they get warm, sweaty, and uncomfortable fast. These neuropathy socks were made with an open-toe design and lightweight materials to prevent unwanted sweat and odor throughout the day.

  5. Comes in a Perfect Pair

    Wear the lightweight support socks on the right, left, or both feet. Rather than buying two of a single compression foot sleeve, this cost-effective option comes in a pair with a short stocking for each foot.

Do Neuropathy Socks Work?

Neuropathy symptoms can be difficult to find effective relief from. Throughout all treatment options, the easiest and most effective way to relieve peripheral neuropathy pain and symptoms are by wearing therapeutic compression socks throughout the day. Compression socks have healing benefits, including relieving pain, improving blood circulation, and providing soothing relief. If you're dealing with nerve damage in the lower legs and feet, these compression foot sleeves are made for you!

Will These Socks Help With Diabetic Foot Pain?

Our compression socks were made with diabetic foot pain in mind. High blood sugar levels that come with diabetes can affect and injure nerves throughout the body, most often occurring in your legs and feet. For foot pain, finding the right treatment to get rid of aches, pains, and numbness in the feet can be hard. By wearing these lightweight sock sleeves, your foot and ankle are wrapped in comfortable, soothing compression to help ease pressure on injured nerves and improve blood flow circulation. If you are dealing with calf and leg pain due to diabetes, check out our knee-high compression stockings for the pain relief you can wear all day.

The Link Between Peripheral Neuropathy and Diabetes

Peripheral neuropathy is caused by nerve damage, often due to high blood sugar levels. Diabetes is one of the main causes of peripheral neuropathy, which results in mild to severe pain in the feet and ankles, disrupting daily life and activities. In some cases, the neuropathy pain may cause numbness and tingling throughout the feet, making it difficult to walk and move around during the day. These compression socks work wonders for peripheral neuropathy, wrapping your affected feet in soothing compression, support, and protection.

Diabetic Socks vs. Compression Socks

The main difference between diabetic socks and compression socks comes down to what you’re looking for within the socks themselves. There is a range of both types of socks, and some diabetic socks are designed specifically to prevent skin irritation and protect the feet. Compression socks, though ranging in various lengths and levels of compression, all have the same end result: to combat swelling, improve circulation, and increase blood flow. These diabetic neuropathy socks combine elements contained within diabetic and compression socks, offering protection and improved circulation in one.

Understanding Neuropathy: Symptoms and Causes

Neuropathy in the feet is known as peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy results from nerve damage within the peripheral nerves, otherwise known as the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord. Unsure if you have foot neuropathy? Keep reading to learn more about the signs and symptoms and what may be causing the irritating foot pain.

Signs of Neuropathy in the Feet

  • Weakness
  • Numbness
  • Sore foot pain
  • Burning sensation
  • Poor circulation

Causes of Foot Neuropathy

  • Diabetes
  • Traumatic injury
  • Infections
  • Metabolic issues
  • Inherited causes
  • Exposure to toxins

Check with your doctor or medical professional if you are still unsure if it’s neuropathy nerve damage causing your foot pain before wearing these compression socks for long periods of time.

Get Quick Relief from Unbearable Foot Pain

With foot pain relief, it doesn’t get any easier than wearing these lightweight, breathable, and comfortable compression socks. The sleeves slip on and off easily, and you can wear them with shoes while completing daily tasks or in the comfort of your home. The socks are ankle length, so they look identical to a normal pair of socks while you wear them out and about. The open-toed design helps keep your feet cool and comfortable throughout the day.

What Is Causing the Pain in My Feet?

Various foot pain conditions have very similar signs and symptoms, so what exactly is it causing your feet to ache? Determining which condition you may have comes down to where the pain is located, what the pain feels like, and when it’s occurring.

Pain in the Heel

If your foot pain is located in the heel, you may be experiencing plantar fasciitis. This irritates the tissue connecting your heel bone to your toes. These compression socks can help alleviate that pressure as you’re up and active throughout the day. Check out our full line of Plantar Fasciitis Treatment Braces for some extra support options.

Foot Arch Pain

Pain in the foot's arch is commonly due to fallen or weakened arches. These compression socks can help relieve the pressure of the weakened muscles, providing pain relief throughout the day. If you’re looking for arch pain relief, check out these Copper Arch Support Bands.

Pain in the Toes

Pain within the big toe is likely caused by bunions or gouty arthritis. This occurs due to long periods of standing, walking, or simply wearing the wrong shoes. If you think you’re experiencing bunion pain, check out our bunion sleeves for cool, comfortable, and padded relief.

All-Over Foot Pain

If you have pain in your foot that seems everywhere, you’re likely dealing with nerve damage and neuropathy. Luckily, these socks were designed specifically for this condition. With these compression socks, you’ll find all-over compression, relief, and support.

Understanding Foot Numbness and Tingling: Why Are My Feet Numb?

Do you wonder why your feet sometimes feel numb, tingly, or like pins and needles? Numbness in the feet is mainly caused by a lack of blood flow, nerve damage, or injury. Persistent foot numbness is a common symptom of peripheral neuropathy. Wearing compression socks with open toes, especially this pair that targets the main area of your foot specifically, can be extremely beneficial in curing the numb feeling in your feet. The neuropathy socks provide the ultimate level of compression and support, which helps improve blood flow and circulation, especially as you’re up and active on your feet.

Frequently Asked Questions About These Socks for Diabetics

  • What conditions / injuries does this support treat? Use for diabetic foot pain, neuropathy, gout arthritis, plantar fasciitis, and general foot or ankle pain.
  • Who can wear it? Made for adult men and women.
  • Can I wear these neuropathy socks while sleeping? The neuropathy sleeves are designed for day or night use. However, the compression socks shouldn’t be worn for more than 12 hours at a time.
  • How do I know what size to get? Refer to the sizing chart pictured above to find the best fit for you.
  • Can I wear socks with these sleeves? If you prefer, you can wear socks under or over the toeless compression socks. However, in order to receive the full compression benefits, the socks should be fitted and thin.
  • What is it made of? The stretchy neuropathy socks are made of nylon and spandex with a compression level of 20-30 mmHg.
  • When should I wear it? The compression socks are designed to be worn all day, especially as you’re up.
  • How do I put it on? Slip the sleeve on as you would a normal sock.
  • How does it work? The foot sleeves wrap your feet and ankles in soothing, supportive compression to help alleviate aches and pain.
  • Do these socks come in a pair? Yes, the socks come in a pair. You can choose if you’d like to wear them as a pair or on their own as needed.
  • Washing instructions: Machine wash on delicate in cold water with mild detergent. Let socks air dry completely before reapplying.
  • Other features:
    • Breathable, open-toed design
    • Wear comfortably with or without shoes
    • Socks come in a pair of two
  • Color: Options are available in a variety of colors including gray, purple, blue and black.

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Teresa SVG verified by SHOP
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Enjoying the comfort

Mari L.
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Quite Surprised

I was quite surprised at just how great these fit and how totally comfotable they were. Great purchase.

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Nicole M.
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Toeless support socks

Absolutely love these! Perfect for flip flops. More colors please. Many thanks

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JoAnn SVG verified by SHOP
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Very well made socks but I ordered a large and it still cuts into my legs. I put them on in the morning and wear them until evening. But they make the front of my legs sore. I couldn’t have ordered a bigger size because they wouldn’t line up like in the photo where the dark gray is at your heel and the white circle over your ankle. I have a history of Deep Vein Thrombosis and was told to wear compression socks but these hurt my legs.

Ralph P.
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They work and feel good

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