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Stabimed® pro

Short soft orthosis with hyperextension protection

  • Hinges with hyperextension limitation
  • Compressive medi Airtex+ material for high wearing comfort
  • Quick handling thanks to slip-in variant

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Stabimed® pro: soft orthosis with hyperextension protection

The hinges of the short Stabimed® pro soft orthosis can prevent an overextension (hyperextension) of the knee and, together with the hinge bars, ensure a sideways (collateral) stabilisation of the knee joint. The compressive medi Airtex+ material provides the necessary comfort in wear. It can also improve the proprioception. This can support the body in guiding and stabilising the knee joint. Thanks to the slip-in variant, the brace is easy to handle.

The Stabimed® pro soft brace is used when a physiological guidance of the knee joint is necessary, for example:

  • Following meniscus injuries
  • Osteoarthritis of the knee
  • Knee instabilities

The medi Airtex+ material with intelligent thermoregulation ensures that that Stabimed® pro convinces its users with a pleasant wearing feeling over a long period of time: the special knitting technology in the region of the hollow of the knee also convinces with its high level of breathability. The Stabimed® pro is thus a reliable companion in both winter and summer. The polycentric hinge and the hinge bars are covered by soft material - thus its use is possible in many sporting events.


Product benefits

  • Collateral stabilisation of the knee joint
  • Prevention of hyperextension
  • Improvement of proprioception to increase the own guidance and stabilisation of knee joint

Intended purpose

Stabimed pro is a knee support brace without limitation of extension / flexion.


Standard colours

Material components

Avional, polyamide, elastane, PU foam


Size chart Stabimed pro UK



Medical specifications


All indications which require a physiological guidance of the knee joint, such as:

  • Knee instabilities
  • Following meniscus injuries
  • Osteoarthritis of the knee


  • None known at present.

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