Functional knee brace with range of motion hinges and flexion/extension settings between 0-90 degrees.
Designed for the functional management of ACL/PCL instability.
Semi-rigid of frame and strong straps prevent rotation and brace migration.
Brace may be molded for custom fit.
Please follow the doctor's instruction. Setting from 0 to 90 degrees flexion and extension in 15 degree increments.
Apply the brace to the knee while in prone position, place the foam pads above and below knee. Be sure each hinge axis align with the knee joint.
Button up the button on the lateral stay, then adjust the back strap which upper the knee and fasten securely.
Loosen the front strap and holding two ends of hook straps to adjust to desired compression, then secure the two ends of hook straps one by one.
Secure the hook strap which is the end of strap with button to the front strap.
Repeat step 3, 4 and 5 to secure another strap.
Wrap and secure the hook and loop closures on upper and lower wider foam panel.
Kādos gadījumos lietot:
Post surgical use
Collateral ligament injury
Cruciate ligament injury
The knee joint includes the tibiofemoral, patellofemoral and superior tibiofibular joints. There are two menisci which are semilunar-shaped discs of fibrocartilage between the femoral condyles and tibial plateaus. Their main functions are shock absorption and stability enhancement. There are many ligaments to provide stability and prevent excessive motion. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) are the key ligaments for stabilization of the knee joint.