Thursday, December 8, 2011

Clyde's Hoosier Facemask

Clyde's Hoosier Face mask was just sent to Carlsbad, CA for a soccer player who suffered a right orbit fracture.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Clyde's X1 Blade Testimonial - Success and Running Again!

Thank you so much for the X1 Blade. I have not been able to run beyond catching a bus for 20 years, and now I am jogging in the park every day! Eisha / London, UK

Saturday, April 30, 2011

X1 Blade Morton's Extension Orthotic -Highly Recommended

Its working for me, thank you
alan piggot (Miami, FL) 3/31/2011 1:40 PM
In Nov 2010 I injured my big toe surfing. Basically my toe was hyperflexed upwards and to the side horizontally towards my other toes. I was in a lot of pain just walking. If anything (like my dogs jumping on me while I was on the couch) pushed my toe sideways towards the other toes it was excruciatingly painful. I limped around trying hard sole shoes etc, but it was not improving. I looked at other plates on-line and I don't know why/how I ended up with this site, but I called and told the guy what my problem was and he recommended the Hiker Blade for me because I am 28, 165lbs, 5'9 and active (not since november though). I was stressed about how much it was but after 3 days of normal day to day walking with the blade, I could tell a huge difference. It has been about 3 weeks of wearing it everyday and the pain in my toe when walking is non existent. Walking barefoot, I barely have to limp around, I am almost walking totally normal. The best part about the blade, is that i went jogging last week for the first time and I think it functions better under a jog than it does walking! Whatever these guys did to engineer this, they did it right. I have been jogging three times since then. It is March 2011 now and I am finally getting some relief. Highly recommend this.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

QR Code

New QR code for Indiana Brace Store.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

New X1 Blade "Popper" for Mild Bunion Pain

Clyde's X1 Popper is a new super thin and light weight composite shoe insert developed in cooperation with a leading Sports Medicine clinic in Indianapolis, IN. The "Popper" maintains just enough rigidity while adding a slight velocity pop at the end of the gait cycle to ease mild bunion pain and encourage a more normal gait. The X1 "Popper" will fit in any shoe, and because it is so thin only requires the use of one. The X1 Blade Popper retails for $79.95 ea.