Knee Supports support injured tissue structures (joint, ligaments, capsules, cartilages). The compression hereby supports the holding function of the ligaments and is thus relieving the joint. At the same time the support helps to a high degree to avoid wrong movements. The hinges are bene cial to the stabilisation function of the lateral ligaments.
Instruction for use:
Before wearing the knee brace, the joint splints must be adjusted by a specialist with training in body shaping.
The knee brace has a joint for the inner part of the leg (medial) and for the outer part of the leg (lateral).
To shape, remove the fastening straps from the joint and take the splints out of the knee brace.
Now the joint splints can be shaped to t the shape of the leg, so that they remain at and do not create pressure points.
The splints are then put back into their pockets and the straps adjusted, without being fully closed.
Now pull the knee brace onto the leg, so that the silicone opening is centred on the kneecap (patella).
Firstly fasten the leg straps, then those on the thigh. Now the knee brace should rest comfortably on the leg, without any pressure points.
Slight corrections can be made to the shape of the splints without having to remove them.
Caution: If the splints cause pressure and redness, remove the knee brace and have it checked by a healthcare professional.
|Size||D - measure||F - measure|
|S||26 - 29 cm||32 - 36 cm|
|M||29 - 33 cm||36 - 40 cm|
|M +||29 - 33 cm||40 - 44 cm|
|L||33 - 37 cm||40 - 44 cm|
|L +||33 - 37 cm||44 - 48 cm|
|XL||37 - 41 cm||44 - 48 cm|
|XL +||37 - 41 cm||48 - 52 cm|
|XXL||41 - 45 cm||52 - 56 cm|
|XXL +||41 - 45 cm||56 - 60 cm|
|XXXL||45 - 49 cm||60 - 64 cm|