Patellofemoral Knee Orthotics

Collier recommends a variety of 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.

SeverePatelloBraceSevere 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.

Indications

  • 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

 

ModeratePatelloKnee

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.

Indications

  • For patellofemoral disorders, including lateral patellar subluxation, dislocations, lateral patellofemoral malalignment and mild MCL and LCL support

 

 

22410_BregFreeSportFreeSport braces provide compression and stability so patients can maintain their activities of choice. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MildPatelloKneeBraceMild Patellofemoral Syndrome

True Pull Design for Patella Control

Great choice to aid in the treatment of patellafemoral dysfunction.

Indications

  • For patellofemoral disorders

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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