KNEE PROBLEMS AND KNEE BRACES

Dear Subscribers,

In this week’s blog from Orthomedical India we shall discuss about Knee problems and  knee braces. Different knee problems require different knee braces. Your doctor may suggest one kind of knee brace after knee surgery. Some doctors may choose another kind of knee brace for support instead of surgery for a torn knee ligament. You may also need a knee brace for pain in the front of your knee that isn’t getting better with strengthening and flexibility exercises.

 Pro Action Knee Brace


The Pro-Action Knee Brace is an advanced medical device used to increase the knee stability due to a ACL/DCL deficient. It is also recommended for low to medium impact sports. Indications for use are; Knee instability due to anterior and/or posterior cruciate ligament (ACL/PCL) deficient and to restrict the range of motion after reconstructive surgery.

 ROM Knee Brace
ROM Knee Brace for post – operative immobilisation or ROM control, injured or operated collateral and /or cruciate ligaments. Its excellent collateral stabilisation via long side-bars prevents valgus or varus deviation. The brace also prevents hyperextension and limit ROM by adjustable dial lock hinges.  Indications for use are Post – operative immobilisation or ROM control, Injured or operated collateral and/or cruciate ligaments.

 Tri Panel Knee Splint

Tri Panel knee Splint  brace is recommended for Post – operative immobilisation, pre – operative immobilisation due to pain, patella dislocation, conservative treatment of ligament injury, acute anterior knee pain. It is a three piece design for precise fit having removable medial, lateral and posterior stays. It is Comfortable to wear, washable, skin friendly terry towelling cloth material. The splint has Velcro® straps with loop closures for simple fitting.

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