The Calf Helix compression sleeve supports injured calf muscles, helps to reduce fatigue by limiting muscle oscillation, helps speed muscle recovery, provides warmth for Achilles tendonitis, and aids in injury prevention.
The Calf Helix is an excellent choice for prevention of injuries and re-injuries, warming your muscles to increase blood flow and limiting muscle oscillation to delay the onset of muscle fatigue, ensuring you can play at your best and leave it all out there.
This Helix is ideal for management of calf injuries, enabling you to play through minor pulls/strains/tears/spasms and whatever else you may call the pain you want to manage while you Move Through It.
The Calf Helix is an ideal choice if you suffer from Achilles tendonitis, warming the tendon slightly and making it less painful.
When it’s all over, the Calf Helix is the perfect choice for post-exercise recovery, keeping your muscles warm while your body works to flush out waste products from muscle exertion, ensuring that you will have the best shot at performing at your highest level the following day.
The Calf Helix is preferred for a small, targeted area of the calf, for Achilles tendonitis, and for injury prevention in the warmer months.
The Full Calf Helix is preferred by the taller athletes and for those who wish to have a larger portion of their calf protected. It is the better product for shin splints.
Please measure your calf at its largest circumference where you plan to place the Helix. If you plan to wear the Calf Helix for Achilles tendonitis, please measure your lower leg 3-4 inches above your ankle.
Which size should I order if I am in between sizes?
In general, leaner athletes prefer the smaller size. All others prefer the larger size.
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My daughter's sports medicine physician recommended Body Helix to us not long ago. He highly supports your products. My daughter loves her calf sleeve. My husband, Jeff can't wait to try the ankle sleeve as well!
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