Leg & Foot Support - Knee Braces, Ankle Wraps & Calf Supports

ScripHessco offers a wide selection of lower extremity braces and wraps to provide the orthopedic compression and support needed for ankles, knees and legs. Our orthotic footwear and heel inserts provide stability, motion control and proper foot alignment, and are available in multiple sizes and colors. For both minor discomforts or more serious injuries, lower extremity supports can get you back on your feet. Browse our selection today to find the perfect support for your needs. Browse our selection of ankle braces, walking casts, orthopedic knee wraps, orthotic insoles, and calf support today to find the perfect fit at consistently low prices. Shop confidently with our exceptional customer service and Price Match Guarantee.

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Lower Extremity Supports


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Lower Extremity Supports

Lower Extremity Supports


What are the different types of leg supports?

When you need support for an injured leg, you have many different orthopedic products to choose from, including prophylactic supports for ligament injuries, functional supports for knee support, rehabilitative supports for surgery and injury recovery, and uploader braces for arthritic knees. You can also get support for leg muscle injuries with calf and hamstring support. When it comes to wearable options, your choice goes beyond the standard knee brace and stabilizer. For example, if you have a small fracture, a walking cast or boot would stabilize your leg while giving you more freedom to walk. However, an ACL reconstructive knee surgery requires the standard full leg/knee brace.

What conditions are leg braces used for?

Your knees and legs support most of your body weight when standing, running, or walking. Plus, they absorb most of the shock from a hard landing or the dynamic force from weightlifting. As a result, your legs and knees are susceptible to injury. You may need a leg brace for many conditions, such as sprains, knee surgeries, ligament tears, torn cartilage, and ankle fractures. In addition, leg and knee support are helpful in non-injury type conditions like arthritis, shin splints, tendinitis, bowed legs, deformities, and posture issues.

Will a foot brace help to relieve foot pain?

A foot brace helps relieve foot pain. However, you should use the right foot brace for the type of foot pain you have. For example, for a metatarsal stress fracture, you would wear a walking boot or a padded night splint for plantar fasciitis. People with arthritis benefit from forefoot offloading shoes. Also, since ankle supports offer strong support for the entire foot, they work well in alleviating foot pain.

What types of knee supports are most popular?

The four most popular knee braces are knee sleeves, patellar tracking orthosis (PTO) braces, patellar straps, and hinged knee braces. If you have patellofemoral pain or swelling, knee sleeves provide warmth and compression to calm the symptoms. The PTO brace also helps reduce patellofemoral pain by limiting patellar movement. Similarly, patellar straps are popular for lowering tendonitis pain by putting pressure on the patellar tendon. The most popular knee supports for stability are hinged knee braces. Since these post-operative knee braces have two support bars, they boost stability by reinforcing the ligaments outside and inside your knee.

What is the best brace to wear for knee pain?

The best knee brace for pain reduction is the Neoprene Knee Sleeve and Brace with Open Patella. It combines compression therapy and limiting patellar movement to deliver potent pain-relieving benefits. Along with easing tendonitis pain, the Neoprene Knee Sleeve and Brace reduces pain from sprains, strains, and arthritis. It also has double padding over the kneecap to enhance the warmth and compression.

What does wrapping your ankles do?

Wrapping your ankle with a product like Scrip Elastic Ankle Wrap is a therapeutic method of preventing swelling and reducing the risk of re-injury to the ankle. Although ankle wrapping doesn’t support or prevent your ankle from rolling, it keeps your ankle from moving too far toward any side. Also, it heightens proprioception, which is a sense of the location of your ankle at any given time. Proprioception especially helps you feel the variations on a surface. As a result, your ankle and foot can adjust to keep you in synch while walking or running. If you need more mechanical support, an ankle brace is better for you.

Where can I buy lower extremity orthopedic supports at the best prices? is a leading online retailer of lower extremity orthopedic supports and supplies such as heel lifts/inserts, consumer footwear, and walking casts. You should be able to find the right lower extremity orthopedic product for you at the best prices. Also, you can shop for other orthopedic supplies from Scrip Hessco’s large inventory of orthopedic products from some of the top brands in the industry. In addition, has excellent customer service, a Price Match Guarantee, and easy ordering options.