medi Soft OA Light UK

Soft knee brace for the relief of unicompartmental osteoarthiritis (OA) of the knee. 

Fitting instructions

Note: It is best if you sit on the edge of a chair or a stool when putting on the brace. After each step below, check that the brace is still fitted correctly to your leg and has not become twisted.

Fitting instruction video for patients:

Feedback From...

In this section you can read and listen to Amanda and Darren's stories - both were prescribed the medi Soft OA Light knee brace by their GP:

Amanda's knee problems started 16 years ago when she snapped her cruciate ligament and is waiting for a knee replacement. Wearing the medi Soft OA Light knee brace gave Amanda confidence and support and, whilst it hasn't taken away all of her pain, it has made it bearable.  Read Amanda's story here below.

Darren was a very active sportsman who played rugby from the age of 7 and had to give up playing rugby when he was 30 due to injuries. When Darren received his medi Soft OA Light knee brace he went from not knowing what to do, to being able to function pretty much daily. It was a step change from being 'I can hardly walk' to getting my mobility back. Listen to Darren's story below.

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    Click on the image or link above to hear Amanda's story and her feedback from wearing the medi Soft OA light knee brace which was prescribed by her local GP. "The brace has given me confidence and that can only be a good thing. I'm really glad my GP gave me the chance to try it".

Darren's story:

What is osteoarthritis (OA)?

Knee Osteoarthritis is wear and tear of the cartilage that cushions the ends of the bones in the knee joint. Overtime, the cartilage gradually deteriorates and causes the joints to become painful and still. The knees often become mal-aligned which can cause a valgus or varus deformity (knock-knee or bow leg).

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