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DDS OA Pro Knee Brace
DDS Introduces its 3rd generation OA Knee Brace. It’s slimmer, lighter and most effective compared to its predecessors. Its uniquely designed triangular LTS Hinge will help treat moderate to severe osteoarthritis by reducing the load on both the medial and lateral compartments in the knee joint, whereas standard braces only unload one. The innovative Anti-Migration Silicone Guard is also the first of its kind which prevents the brace from slipping.
DECOMPRESSION OA KNEE BRACE
The posterior straps anchors on top of the calf and to the bottom of the hamstring. As the leg extends, the LTS Hinge gently pulls in the opposite directions, decompresses, and unloads the knee joint. This reduction of pressure supports and stabilizes the knee; eases pain and increases mobility.
The DDS OA PRO is the perfect solution for moderate to severe osteoarthritis that requires load reduction to the affected medial and lateral compartments of the knee. It incorporates a uniquely designed triangular shaped hinge to provide decompression to unload two compartments in the knee joint, whereas standard braces only unload one.
- Unloads both Medial & Lateral Compartments
- Universal fit for left or right knee
- Slim & Lightweight
- Innovative Anti-Migration Silicone Guard
- Drug free OA knee pain relief
- Sore joints
- Patellofemoral Syndrome
- Knee Sprain
- Knee Bursitis
- DDS OA PRO - S
- DDS OA PRO - M
- DDS OA PRO - L
- DDS OA PRO - XL
|Size||Thigh Measurement (6" above knee)||Knee Measurement (knee)||Calf Measurement (6" below knee)|
|Small||15.5'' ~ 18.5''||12'' ~ 14''||12'' ~ 14''|
|Medium||18.5'' ~ 21''||14'' ~ 15''||14'' ~ 16''|
|Large||21'' ~ 23.5''||15'' ~ 17''||16'' ~ 18''|
|XLarge||23.5'' ~ 26.5''||17'' ~ 19''||18'' ~ 20''|
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