Night Splint 90 Degree Plantar Fasciitis Heel and Foot Pain

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The SureCare 90 Degree Padded Night Splint can be used as a post operative splint for, Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis. It is also used for plantar flexion contractures, heel spurs, drop foot, post-static pain and other foot and ankle conditions. The 90 Degree Padded Night Splint is universal, designed to fit either your left or right foot. This splint is also designed to prevent tears in fibrous tissue that occur after a night of rest. The splint is constructed of a rigid core shell with a replaceable soft padded breathable exterior cover. 

What is Plantar fasciitis? Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain, Foot Pain) is a common, painful foot condition. Plantar Fasciitis occurs because of irritation to the thick ligamentous connective tissue that runs from the heel bone to the ball of the foot.  Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis may be worse early in the morning after sleep. At that time, the arch tissue is tight and simple movements stretch the contracted tissue. As you begin to loosen the foot, the pain usually subsides, but often returns with prolonged standing or walking. Night splints are worn to keep the heel stretched out while you sleep. This prevents the arch of the foot from contracting at night which helps reduce the morning pain.


  • Small Fits Women Up to 6.5 | Men Up to 4.5     
  • Medium Fits Women 7-10.5 | Men 5-8.5    
  • Large Fits Women 11+ | Men 9-13      

This product does not contain Latex 

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Sore Feet? Be sure to check out the Epsom-It Foot Lotion regularly sold with the SureCare 90 Degree Padded Night Splint!

  • Relieves Pain
  • Deodorizes
  • Soothes and Softens 


Best Exercises For Plantar Fasciitis
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Warranted to be free from defects in materials and wormanship for 90 days from date of purchase.

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  • 5
    90 degree night splint

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Nov 2015

    While I've used this brace only two nights, it has already alleviated the morning plantar fasciitis pain I experience when I don't wear an overnight splint. And the included wedge gives my foot that extra tilt that places my ankle at the right angle. It is part of the tried and true regiment I've discovered through trial and error that has permitted me to resume my running routine--ibuprofen before I run and rolling my arch and heel over a frozen water bottle until I can no longer feel my heel. It's fun! I'd recommend this splint to anyone who's experiencing plantar fasciitis.

  • 4
    good for sprained ankle

    Posted by Richard Womble on 9th Aug 2015

    Nice, convenient, effective and inexpensive item. My sprained ankle needed help when sleeping and when sitting. This has been just what it needed.

  • 4
    Seems to be working

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jul 2015

    I purchased these hoping they would help with the charlie horses I've been experiencing. I thought that by keeping my feet in more of a flexed position, it would eliminate them. So far they seem to be working. I purchased a medium, as I wear a size 8 shoe, but they seem very large. I think that perhaps a small would have been a better fit. All in all, I'm pleased.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Mar 2015

    The reduction in pain after just a few nights has been amazing! They take some getting used to under the blanket, but it's worth it.

  • 5
    Comfy Boots

    Posted by Miss Fit on 16th Mar 2015

    I was diagnosed with Tendinosis in both Achilles over two years ago. At that time, I purchased "strassburg socks" to help keep my Achilles at 90 degrees while I sleep. I could not stand the feeling/pressure of the socks on the tips of my toes and quickly abandoned them. With the boot, my toes are not restricted. I can adjust the straps as tightly or as loosely as I choose. The boots come with a wedge insert to help keep the heal flush against the back of the boot and creates a little bit more than a 90 degree flexion. As of right now, I do not like the pressure of the wedge against the pads of my toes, so I've removed the wedges. I will try the wedges again in the near future as I'm sure the extra stretch the wedge provides is an extra benefit.

    Before I got the boot, I was concerned that I would be restricted in a prone sleeping position. I prefer to sleep on my side and sometimes on my stomach, so I wasn't sure how this would interfere with my sleep. As it turns out, the boots (and I wear one on each foot!) do not interfere with my sleep habits (although I'm sure I'm a sight to be seen!). When I wake up in the morning, I do not have to waddle across the floor to warm-up my Achilles.

    I'm very pleased with these boots and would recommend them to anyone with Achilles tendinitis/tendiosis or plantar fasciitis.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Feb 2015

    I have been skateboarding for 18 years and my feet alway hurt. I just got two of them. one for each foot and in the last two days of wearing them I have already noticed a significant decrease in pain. It took a little to find a way to sleep different. But all in all it is worth the money and I recommend this product to anyone with foot pain.

  • 5
    magic boot

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Dec 2014

    I dubbed this product the magic boot. Within 2 days of using it, my heel pain diminished. I love it.

  • 5
    great brace

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Oct 2014

    comfortable, did not bother me at all, some others have kept me awake

  • 5
    Helped my pain!

    Posted by Karen on 22nd May 2014

    When I opened the package, I laughed. It was large and looked a bit ridiculous. After I wore it one night, I stopped laughing. I woke up with no heel pain. Wonderful! Life saver! I don't have a hard time sleeping in it, but friends of mine said they found it hard to sleep in and one said she removed it during the night (without realizing it). If you think the size of it might bother you while sleeping, go for another product that isn't as large (a sock option). I wear a 7 in women's shoes, and the medium is too large though. I can wear it, and it works, but I wish I had bought a small.