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    Post-operative brace with convenient slide tabs for easy adjustment. Universal sizing to accommodate a wide variety of patients. The adjustable paddles on the G3 brace allow the clinician to customize the position where the straps capture the leg. This provides enhanced patient comfort eliminating pressure on the incision sites.

    Common Examples of Use

    Post-op rehabilitation
    Soft tissue injuries of the knee
    ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL repairs / injuries
    Tibial plateau fractures
    Osteochondral repairs
    Meniscal repairs
    Patella tendon repairs
    Condylar fractures
    Sprains / strains of the knee
    HTOs (High Tibial Osteotomy)
    Stable or internally fixed fractures of the knee
    Product Features

    One size adjusts from 18″ to 26″ (46 – 66 cm) in half inch increments
    Anti-migration gastroc strap
    Full range-of-motion hinge from -10° to 110° with 10° increments
    Full foam and cool versions
    Extends to malleolus with double-padded ankle plate for maximum suspension
    Adjustable straps to accommodate surgical incision sites
    Quick release buckles for ease of application

    Home Delivery of this product is available

    For treatment of:

    Locked or limited motion control of knee during rehabilitation, after operative procedures or injury to the knee ligaments, patellar ligament, articular cartilage, meniscus or stable or internally fixed fractures of the tibial plateau, condyles, proximal tibia or distal femur