M.4 X-lock knee brace
- Waterproof pads for showering
- Lock mechanism easy mobility
- Prevents muscle atrophy
The M.4 X-lock is a 4 point brace with extension lock.It offers reliable locking when fully extended which results in axial loading in the extended position.The compression resulting from the pressure promotes the stability of the suture.The split cushions can be positioned to prevent pressure on the surgical suture.The reliable blocking when fully extended means that the patient can move freely without walking aids.
- Stabilisation of the knee joint via the 4-point-stabilisation-principle
- Water-repellent padding material - brace can also be worn while shower.
- The physioglide hinge mimics the roll-glide movement of the knee and supports secure fit on the leg.
- The lock mechanism enables a quick change between immobilisation in extended position and free movement within a defined range of motion
- The split strap pads (strap 4) can be positioned induvidually. This can prevent undesired pressure on operative incisions.
- The movable D-rings adjust flexibly upon movement and provides that the brace supports secure fit on the leg
- The extra extended calf shells provides an improved fit and counteracts potential pressure points.
- Comprehensive set of wedges for flexible extension and flexion limitation
- Anatomically pre-moulded frame
- Numbered straps for easy and simple usage
- Extension: 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°
- Flexion:0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°
- Immobilisation: 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°, 45°
M.4 X-lock is a brace with a frame that is intended to reinforce and stabilise the knee joint using limitation of extension and flexion.
PU foam, Velours, Avional, Polyester
All indications requiring a physiological guidance and stabilization of the knee joint and / or relief of the joint in two directions such as:
- Meniscus intervention
- Cartilage surgery
- Meniscus refixation
- Postoperative after patellar or quadriceps tendon ruptures
- Postoperative after fractures of patella
- Restraint operations of the patella (e.g. MPFL reconstruction)
- Nonsurgical therapy of patellar dislocations
- Cruciate ligament ruptures (conservative / postoperative)
- Collateral ligament ruptures (conservative / postoperative)
- Knee instability
- None known at present