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T Scope Premier Post-Op Knee Brace
T Scope Premier Post-Op Knee Brace
T Scope Premier Post-Op Knee Brace
T Scope Premier Post-Op Knee Brace

T Scope Premier Post-Op Knee Brace

The Breg T Scope Premier Post-Op knee brace delivers a patient centric design to provide unprecedented comfort, simplicity, and support during post-operative knee rehabilitation. The brace is designed to provide protected, controlled range-of-motion (ROM) for patients recovering from knee surgery or those who have knee injuries or instabilities. It’s based on the same innovative telescoping design of the original T Scope, which medical professionals have used for years.

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HCPCS Code
L1833
Key Features
  • Easy to use ROM hinge with quick-adjusting flexion and extension stops
  • Telescoping calf and thigh sleeves for sizing a wide range of patients
  • Accommodates both right and left leg procedures
  • Easily and quickly customized for fit across a wide range of patient sizes
  • Trimmable straps for size customization
  • Comfortable padding throughout the brace
  • Brace is lightweight
Indications for Use
  • 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)
Manufacturer
Breg
Manuf. Part No.
  • 08814
  • 08815
  • 08816
Size Chart
Size Measurement
08814 17"-27", fits up to a 30.5" thigh
08815 17"-27", fits up to a 35.5" thigh
08816 17"-27", fits up to a 35.5" thigh
Left/Right
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