ACL, PCL & MCL Knee Instability Orthotics

Once you and your doctor have decided your course of treatment, our trained practitioners can help you find the brace that fits your daily activities, and then educate you on the operation of your specific orthosis. Everyone’s situation is unique, and our job is to listen to your needs and answer all your questions. Your assigned practitioner will work directly with your care team to provide the most appropriate products for your diagnosis.

Products we use have a unique hinge-to-strapping system in a dual-upright dynamic frame for control of tibial translation, and ideal for ACL and PCL deficient knees. A pivoting gastroc strapping design acts as a “finger-trap,” minimizing brace migration. Quick-release buckles are used for ease of application.

ACL, PCL Dynamic Bracing

For ligament injuries, fractures or other knee instability issues. The primary features with this bracing system is the enhanced control of tibial translation that provides stability at the moment of the clinical need for ACL, PCL or combined ligament injuries. 

For ACL applications (right side, arrow A): When the knee moves into the final 30 degree of extension, the upper calf strap applies a progressively increasing anterior counterforce to align the tibia relative to the femur.

For PCL Applications (left side arrow strap P): When the knee moves deep into flexion, the upper calf strap applies a progressively increasing posterior counterforce to reduce subluxation and maintain proper joint alignment.

  • Pivoting tabs allow straps to contour to the leg for an enhanced fit, comfort, and suspension
  • Ideal for Tibial plateau fractures, Meniscus Tears and PRP injections
  • D-ring strapping option available for contact sports
  • Custom or custom-fitted
  • 11″ to 16″ frames to proper fit all shapes and sizes, additional shorter lengths for pediatric patients
  • Magnesium metal, lightest material in the industry
  • Air Craft Aluminum for the high impact athlete

Static Bracing: ACL, PCL, LCL, MCL

  • Provides stability and support following ACL, PCL, MCL and LCL injuries or surgeries
  • Ideal for ACL and PCL deficient knees, non-athletic
  • Post-surgery
  • Pre-surgery to return to high activity
  • Ideal for Tibial plateau fractures, Meniscus Tears and PRP injections
  • Removable and adjustable patellar buttress can be positioned and trimmed for multiple applications
  • Standard Fit, Athletic Cut or Custom Manufacture allow a precise fit for nearly all patient legs
  • Pull tabs ease application
  • Mesh popliteal for patient comfort
  • Low profile frame contours to the leg for comfort and stability Sport model available with Hi Activity padding, D-Rings and PCL strap for full-bodied support during impact activities
  • Dynamic hinge-to-strapping system for added control of tibial translation
  • D-ring strapping option available for contact sports •Custom or custom-fitted
  • 11″ to 16″ frames to proper fit all shapes and sizes, additional shorter lengths for pediatric patients
  • Magnesium metal, lightest material in the industry
  • Air Craft Aluminum for the high impact athlete
  • The unique hinge-to-strapping system in a
    • control of tibial translation
    • pivoting gastroc strapping minimizing brace migration.
    • Quick-release buckles are used for ease of application.
  • Mild ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL sprains
  • Meniscal instabilities
  • Patellar instabilities
  • Mild osteoarthritis
  • Ideal for Tibial plateau fractures, Meniscus Tears and PRP injections
  • Mild ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL sprains
  • Meniscal instabilities
  • Patellar instabilities
  • Mild osteoarthritis
  • Ideal for Tibial plateau fractures, Meniscus Tears and PRP injections

Patellofemoral Knee Orthoses are braces ideal for chronic patellar dislocations. 

Patellofemoral Knee is sometimes used as a generic term to describe pain at the front of the knee and around the knee cap. After a diagnosis and referral from your doctor, our practitioners can get you into an orthosis that will likely reduce your pain and allow your knee to recover.

Severe Patellofemoral Syndrome

Between 20° and 50° of flexion, the patella is at risk for abnormal tracking, subluxation, and dislocation. The 20.50 patellofemoral brace dynamically supports the patella through this range of flexion. This brace is great choice for high activity patients or those with severe strain on the patella.

  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Patella alta and baja
  • Patellofemoral malalignment
  • Subluxation and dislocation
  • Patellar tendonitis, post-operative effusion
  • Jumper’s knee and tight illotibial band or quadriceps laxity
  • Ideal for Tibial plateau fractures, Meniscus Tears and PRP injections

Moderate Patellofemoral Syndrome

Designed for high performance, the Crossover PT provides lateral support of the patella. The hybrid design, with a pull-on calf and front-closure thigh, allows patients easy adjustment and placement of the patellar buttress.

  • For patellofemoral disorders, including lateral patellar subluxation, dislocations, lateral patellofemoral malalignment and mild MCL and LCL support
  • FreeSport braces provide compression and stability so patients can maintain their activities of choice
  • Ideal for Tibial plateau fractures, Meniscus Tears and PRP injections

Mild Patellofemoral Syndrome

  • True Pull Design for Patella Control
  • Great choice to aid in the treatment of patellafemoral dysfunction
  • For patellofemoral disorders
  • Ideal for Tibial plateau fractures, Meniscus Tears and PRP injections

Features & Benefits:

  • Can be positioned to apply either lateral or medial pressure on the patella
  • Permits high degree of flexion with no discomfort
  • Fits left or right knee
  • Easily adjusted to desired amount of pressure
  • Great for pediatric applications
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