Safe collateral stabilisation by rigid frame
Extension and flexion limitation protects against damaging joint movements and relieves injured structures
Improvement of propriocetion to increase the own guidance and stabilisation of knee joint
Prevention of hyperextension
Extension limitation at 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°
Flexion limitation at: 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°
Immobilisation: 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°
Open all straps and the two Velcro fasteners. Pull the two straps back a little so they don‘t hamper you when you put the brace on.
Now put your leg into a 45-degree angle flexion position. Wrap the brace tightly around your leg from the back and close it with the two Velcro strips.
Make sure that the kneecap is in the middle of the patella recess.
The centres of the brace joints should be at the top edge of the kneecap and just behind the lateral centre line of the leg.
Now close the bottom strap and then the top strap.
If possible, walk a few steps and check if the brace is properly fitted. Correct the fit of the brace at the leg, if required.
Only change the extension and flexion limits on instruction from your doctor or orthotist. In order to prevent hyperextension, always insert extension wedges or 0° wedges. The wedges define the exact excursion of the orthosis. In difficult soft-tissue conditions, e.g. where the soft-tissues are under compression, it may be necessary to insert a larger wedge to limit the joint movement to the desired excursion. In addition, make sure that the orthosis joints are correctly positioned: the middles of the joints should be level with the upper border of the patella. The joint must lie behind the midline of the leg.
Avional, polyamide, elastane, PU foam
Please close the Velcro fasteners before washing and remove the ortheses. Soap residues, lotions and ointments can cause skin irritation and material wear.
Wash the product by hand, preferably using medi clean washing agent.
Do not bleach.
Leave to dry naturally.
Do not iron.
Do not dry clean.
- Mild to moderate instabilities of the knee joint
- Meniscus injuries
- Traumatic or degenerative deformities of the knee joint
- For protection in the later stages of the rehabilitation
- Sensitivity and perfusion disorders of the legs or feet (e.g. in the case of diabetes)
- Lymph outflow disorders, as well as undiagnosed swellings of soft issues, apart from the area of use
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