Dude, you’re getting a Delco Hinged Knee Brace
Dated early 2000’s references aside, the Delco Hinged Knee Brace is a state-of-the art knee brace that provides flexible application and superior support through post-op rehab. Range-of-motion offers stability and adjustability to the limit extension at 0,15,30,45,60 setting. The wraparound front closure allows for ease of application and adjustable tension. Medial and lateral hinges supply extra ligament support. Covered hinges allow for use during contact sports. Elastic straps above and below the knee help to prevent migration. Patients suffering from minor knee ligament strains and stretches or meniscal damage can enjoy additional support to keep their injuries from worsening. Cool and porous spacer mesh offers support, compression, and warmth.
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· Flexible application.
· Excellent support.
· Breathable spacer mesh.
· Easy application.
· Adjustable tension.
· Medial and lateral hinges.
· Elastic straps.
· Extra ligament support.
· Prevents migration.
· Covered hinges.
· Can be used during contact sports.
· 18" to 21" thigh circumference.
A hinge knee brace can be used in the treatment and prevention of several injuries and conditions, including strains of the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), meniscus or patellar injuries, tendinitis or runner's knee, and inflammatory conditions such as bursitis, arthritis, and myositis, as well as Osgood-Schlatter’s disease. This product supports and stabilizes the joint, relieving pain at the same time as it prevents further injury.
A knee brace is not a substitute for adequate medical care and rehabilitation. The device alone cannot prevent more severe injury or worsening of an existing condition. Therefore, the brace could actually be counterproductive. A user may thus find that the brace fails to heal or prevent injury, but that would be without exception a result of forgoing a recovery program outlined by a physician or therapist.
Follow your doctor’s recommendations concerning the use of a hinged knee brace. This product is only a part of treatment and not the entirety of it. Even though this device can be used during contact sports, you should ask your doctor whether your injury or condition allows you to engage in intense physical activity. It is very important to avoid a false sense of security when wearing this brace, which may lead you to overstrain it and aggravate your injury or condition, especially if it’s not positioned well. Your doctor can show you how to put the brace on properly.