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78% of customers would recommend this to a friend
(79 out of 101)
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HealWell Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint, Each

Item #: 10130
78% of customers would recommend this to a friend (79 out of 101)
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HealWell Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint lets you adjust the level of stretching to relieve foot pain

This night splint lets you adjust the level of stretching from 0 to 10 degrees to lessen pain and symptoms of plantar fasciitis. Comfortably positions the foot in a controlled amount of dorseflexion to provide a gentle stretch to the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon.


Caution: Do not walk with brace on. 10° dorsal flexion should only be set on physician's advice.

Features & Benefits of HealWell Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint:

  • Adjustable hinge can be positioned up to 10 degrees for just the right amount of stretch in foot.
  • Built-in toe wedge allows for greater stretch across the plantar fascia.
  • Cool, breathable material.
  • Ankle strap secures foot and heel for more effective stretching.
  • Side supports with openings eliminate pressure on sensitive heel and Achilles tendon.
  • Easy and quick to apply and comfortable to sleep in.

Other Important Information About HealWell Plantar Fasciitis Night Splint:

  • Material Content:  Polyurethane foam, polyester, nylon, spandex.
  • Care: Spot clean the liner with a soft cloth, water and mild soap. Do not submerge the product in water. Air dry.
  • Made in USA.

Customer Reviews  1 - 4 reviews of 101
Healwell night splint

  • 4 of 5
As a marathoner with plantar fasciitis, heel spurs whom wear's custom orthotics I did find this product helpful at night. I have worn both right and left shoes for years. My only reason for not giving it a 5 star is you need to elevate your knee, so I sleep with pillows under my knee flat on my back. Otherwise, if the foot is flat with the shoes on the pressure is on the knee. The foot goes numb if the velcro is too tight, and wear warm socks. If you are a side sleeper, put pillows inbetween your knees and feet as it shifts your mechanics and the velcor will scratch. If you can get pass these issues, in time you will heal. I live pain free and continue to run and wear these shoes on and off now for the pass 7yrs.
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Works for posterior tibial tendon

  • 4 of 5
I don't have plantar fasciitis but I do have a posterior tibial tendon problem. One of my symptoms was excruciating pain when I try to put my foot on the floor in the morning, similar to plantar fasciitis. So I decided to try one of these devices. I read the reviews of several products and this one seemed like the best bet. I'm very glad I purchased it. It keeps my foot and ankle properly aligned all night so when I remove it in the morning and put my foot down, it feels okay. It's not a miracle cure, but my foot and ankle feel so much better after I sleep with it on. (Note that this is meant only for sleeping, not walking, but I sometimes put it on when I'm just putting my feet up for a while.) Some folks reported comfort issues. I didn't have any issues I couldn't resolve. I found the unit to be nicely cushioned, and the velcro flaps and strap allow for a comfortable customized fit. I do wear thick socks with it - more to keep it clean than anything else. However,sometimes the velcro straps on the outside of the boot would scratch against my *other* foot, so I started wearing a sock on that foot as well, and I experience no more scratchiness. The only reason I'm giving 4 stars instead of 5 is because the shape seems just slightly off for my foot (but maybe it's just my foot). When the velcro flaps and strap are secured, my ankle is nudged inward so that my foot is in a slightly over-pronated position. Not good for the posterior tibial tendon! (Maybe it's not such a problem for someone with plantar fasciitis?) This issue was very easily resolved by putting one of my over-the-counter orthotic arch supports in the boot before securing it. (I've accumulated a large selecting of orthotic arch supports; in my case the ones with no metatarsal bump are the most comfortable for sleeping.)
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great product

  • 5 of 5
Very helpful. Easy to sleep with. Has helped with my foot pain. Bought one for husband too. He has had the same relief. Be patient. It may take a few days to feel pain relief.
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Most Comfortable PF Night Splint

  • 5 of 5
I have tried several PF night splints from various makers. This is by far the most comfortable I have tried that still does the job. I'm a fairly light sleeper and this one is the only one that I can keep on all night long. The instructions are a little complex. Read and understand them. Do not walk on this splint. Great Product!
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