The best way to treat injuries?
Looking to be proactive against common injuries or recovering from an injury? We carry lightweight and comfortable products to help you get back to your normal daily life.
Knee Braces & Supports
Help prevent common knee injuries with our wide selection of knee braces. We offer a range of materials, sizes, and designs to suit your needs.Shop now
Elbow Braces & Supports
Get support for Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), arthritis pain-relief (specific to the elbow), and more elbow-related injuries.Shop now
Ankle Braces & Supports
Looking to strengthen or prevent further injury to your ankles? We offer many solutions online and in-store. Discover them today.Shop now
Leg Braces & Supports
Our legs are vital to our overall mobility. Help ensure you are preventing injury or maintaining proper support with our selection of compression sleeves, braces, and supports.Shop now
Wrist/Hand Braces & Supports
We use our hands and wrists every day, which is why it’s important to help prevent strain or injury with supports that suit your everyday activities.Shop now
Abdominal Braces & Supports
Help stabilize the ligaments, tendons and muscles of your lower back to offer relief from pain and discomfort.Shop now
Arm Braces & Supports
Recovering from a rotator cuff or another arm-related injury? We carry a range of slings, supports, and braces to help you get better and stay comfortable.Shop now
Foot Braces & Supports
Our online and in-store locations offer a range of soft and hard braces & support options for your footcare needs. Shop the popular AirCast and other brands.Shop now
We’ve got your back.
Driving, sitting, and standing can take a toll on your back, which is why we offer supports for proactive health and recovery specific to your needs.
Back Braces & Supports
Find comfortable support for your back during everyday activities.Shop now
Shoulder Braces & Supports
Looking to restrict movement in and around the shoulder, or looking for extra support? We carry a selection of products that can be of benefit to you.Shop now
Help reduce back pain and prevent back injuries due to lifting, pushing, pulling, walking, exercising, and repetitive bending or twisting.Shop now
Discover a range of products that can help correct or maintain proper posture during the night, while at work or while going about your daily life.Shop now
Additional Braces & Supports.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Wellwise by Shoppers™ locations carry other ailment and injury braces and supports that you may need.
Crutches are a comfortable, adjustable and lightweight mobility aid. Find the right one for you today.Shop now
Provides firm, form-fitting support to help relieve lumbar pain and discomfort.Shop now
Help reduce the chance of sustaining a hip fracture for those who have fallen or are at risk of falling.Shop now
Patella Braces & Supports
Help relieve anterior knee pain caused by patellar tendonitis, chondromalacia, and Osgood-Schlatter disease by applying pressure to the patella tendon.Shop now
Find the proper hernia support for your situation, whether it’s after a hernia repair or to help prevent recurrence.Shop now
Misc. Braces & Supports
Explore unique supports and braces for a variety of applications, including injury relief.Shop now
Cervical foam collars are generally comfortable to wear and provide light support for your neck. They can also be used as a reminder not to move your neck too quickly.Shop now
Find the perfect fit.
Having trouble finding the right braces and supports for your unique needs? Our experienced in-store specialists are equipped to help you get the custom braces and supports required to help you live better every day.
Visit us today for your in-store consultation.Learn more
Ways to maintain your mobility.
How to help recover from common injuries.
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Preventing the most common injuries.
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FAQ from customers like you.
What is the most common injury among older adults?
The most common injuries among older adults are those that result from falls. StatCan reports that 55% of injuries in older adults occur while walking or doing chores around the house. Exercises that improve your balance and strengthening your muscles and bones can help prepare your body against falls.
How much physical activity do you need?
Heart and Stroke recommends adults should accumulate at least 150 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity per week, in bouts of 10 minutes or more.
How much exercise is too much?
Listen to your body. If you’re sore, out of breath, or feeling weak, take the rest you feel you need.
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