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Knee braces for Arthritis, knee injuries or pain, Tendonitis, Jumpers Knee, and any other conditions requiring off-loading to reduce bone contact.
  • Osteoarthritis Braces
    Osteoarthritis of the knee is the most common type of osteoarthritis. More than 10 million Americans have knee osteoarthritis. It is also the most common cause of disability in the United States.
  • Post-Operative Braces
    A Post-Op Knee Brace can be an important factor in healing, pain relief, and increasing Range-of-Motion and function. ROM exercises should begin by the 5th day after surgery. These flexibility exercises are key to regaining strength and full mobility. Avoid squatting, kneeling, excessive knee flexion, and stairs. ROM is usually increased over 1-2 weeks as strength returns. With ROM exercises performed correctly, patient may be discharged from therapy in 4-6 weeks. Those involved in athletics or other high-level activities will continue strength and flexibility exercises before returning to their sport.
  • Knee Immobilizers
  • Fabric Hinged Knee...
    Knee Supports with adjustable hinges for a variety of flexion and extension settings. Neoprene fabrics are lightweight and comfortable.
  • Fabric Sleeve Knee...
  • Ligament Braces