Instructions & Product Information

Plantar Fasciitis Foot Sleeves
Blue Hallux Valgus Splint



Plantar Fasciitis Foot Sleeves are designed for individuals who don’t have the time to massage and keep pressure on their heel and plantar region of the foot. Thus the sleeves offer extra pressure along the fascia ligament as you go about your day. These are great for people who sit for prolonged periods of time as they help compensate for the natural stretching of the ligament that would occur by constant walking.

Plantar Fasciitis foot sleeves provide a snug fit so as to keep the foot stable and the fascia ligament stretched. They have been found to reduce morning pains for people who wear sleeves while sleeping when the ligament and musculature are completely stationary and subject to tightening and stiffening. Convenient for day and night wear, with or without socks, plantar fasciitis sleeves provide heel and arch compression as well as strengthening and support of the arch curvature.


Both Plantar Fasciitis Foot Sleeves can be worn with socks and shoes to your level of comfort.

Many people report that the gel foot sleeve works best at home after showering or while asleep.

The black foot sleeve is usually worn by our customers during work hours. However, depending on your daily shoe choice, style of dress, and work attire you may personally find the gel sleeves better suited.


Instructions: The Blue Bunion Splint, called the Hallux Valgus Splint (HAV Splint) is a resting splint that applies a 3-point pressure system to reduce the chance of deterioration of the hallux valgus deformity.

Directions for use: Release the velcro strap and apply the HAV Splint on to the big toe, sliding it gently between the big toe and 2nd toe to a snug fit. Draw the velcro beneath the foot and across the foot dorsom, allowing the velcro to pass through the slit of the plastic clasp. Finally, tighten the velcro and secure it until the big toe appears to be correctly positioned

Note: Discontinue use if you experience excess stiffness of the first metatarsalphalangeal joint (big toe) or severe pain of the big toe.