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Product description

Size:X-Large

Mueller Hinged Wraparound Knee Brace features a triaxial hinge to track your knee’s natural movement. The fitted sleeve slips on and provides maximum medial-lateral support of your weak or injured knee. Fits either knee. Care Instructions- Remove hinges before washing. Hand wash in cold water with mild detergent. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. Rinse thoroughly and air dry. If brace is used in water, remove hinges after use and rinse off thoroughly. Constructed of a neoprene blend which may cause skin irritations


From the manufacturer

Mueller Hinged Wraparound Knee Brace | 3 sizes

The ultimate brace for weak or injured knees. Recommended to help control subluxating patellas and to help relieve pain associated with Chondromalacia (irritated kneecap).

Available in Regular, Large, and Extra Large Sizes.

Triaxial Hinge

The Triaxial Hinge gives you maximum medial-lateral support without restricting mobility. Allows for unrestricted, natural knee movement.

Sectional Design

Sectional design and adjustable straps provide controlled compression and a custom fit. Open back avoids bunching.

Microbe Shield

Controls or eliminates odors, unsightly stains and product deterioration caused by the growth of bacteria and microorganisms.

The antimicrobial treatment is intended to protect the brace and does not extend protection to the skin.

Hinged Wraparound Knee Brace

Triaxial Hinge

Sectional Design

Antimicrobial

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Features amp; Benefits The Triaxial Hinge closely simulates the natural tracking of the knee joint, while the open back design helps prevent bunching. Open patella and patella buttress help stabilize and protect kneecap. The ultimate brace for weak or injured knees. Side hinges help protect from hyperextension. Criss-cross straps help provide self-adjusting support and focused compression. Two side hinge pockets to ensure proper positioning for your knee size. Made from recycled materials. Side hinges help protect from hyperextension. Criss-cross straps help provide self-adjusting support and focused compression. Two side hinge pockets to ensure proper positioning for your knee size. Criss-cross straps help provide self-adjusting support amp; focused compression. Open patella relieves pressure on the knee cap while patella buttress stabilizes Supportive steel springs support both sides of the knee, yet still allow leg flexion and extension. Recommended to help control sublaxating patellas and to help support stiff, sore or unstable knees Upper and lower strapping locks brace in position. Form fitting and fully adjustable. Features a custom secondary shell featuring a stabilizing patella buttress and rear support strap
Sizes Regular, Large, Extra-Large One Size Fits Most (17" - 21") One Size Fits Most (17" - 21") One Size Fits Most (14" - 20") Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
Recommended for: Controlling sublaxating patellas and helping relieve pain associated with Chondromalacia (irritated kneecap) Weak, injured or arthritic knees Weak, injured or arthritic knees Minor sprains, strains, and arthritic knee conditions Controlling sublaxating patellas and helping support stiff, sore, or unstable knees. Controlling sublaxating patellas and helping relieve pain associated with Chondromalacia (irritated kneecap)
Level of Support Maximum Maximum Maximum Advanced Advanced Maximum

Hinged Wraparound Knee Brace (EA)

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