OA Everyday Osteoarthritis Knee Brace
- View Details$899.99On Sale 0% Off Save $0.00(9) ReviewsCustom fit, lightweight titanium brace offers our top ACL protection for non-contact sports and some football positions.
Is the OA Everyday Osteoarthritis Brace right for me?
Ideal for mild or moderate osteoarthritis and mild ligament damage for daily activity. Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!
Everyday Relief from the Pain of Knee Osteoarthritis!
Mild to moderate unicompartmental osteoarthritis and mild ligament instabilities
Features and Benefits
- Patient controlled telescoping condyle pad allows patient to “fine tune” load according to activity level
- Lightweight - 19oz
- Anterior application with quick release straps for ease of application
- Ergonomic sweeping medial thigh/calf frame
- Shorter overall length (12-1/2”)
- Contoured cuff shells oppose the 3-Pt load and redistribute it across a broader surface area
- Swivel straps & Sili-grips, strap padding for anti migration
- Floam™ condyle pad with 100% memory foam
- Thermoformed suede padding is standard on each brace
- Custom braces (frame and hinge) have a lifetime warranty.
What is Osteoarthritis (OA)?
Arthritis refers to more than 100 diseases that affect the joints and their surrounding tissues. Osteoarthritis, or OA, is the most common form of arthritis. The statistics on OA are staggering:
- Nearly 21 million people in the United States have OA*
- The incidence of OA is expected to increase even more as the U.S. population ages*
- Over 7 million Americans are limited in their ability to participate in their main daily activities because of their arthritis*
The joint most often affected by osteoarthritis is the knee. Knee OA is caused by the degeneration or breakdown of articular cartilage that covers the ends of the bones that meet at the joint. Cartilage serves as a cushion between the bones, providing a smooth surface for the bones to move against each other.When the cartilage deteriorates the bones may actually be rubbing together. Your physician will often refer to this as “bone-on-bone” osteoarthritis.
What is Osteoarthritis (OA) knee bracing and how does it work?
Osteoarthritis (OA) knee braces stabilize the joint, help reduce pain which allows patients to return to the activities they love. Load redistribution and joint alignment Through a process called “off-loading” or shifting, OA braces help relieve pain by redistributing the weight bearing load on the painful or affected compartment of the joint to the healthy or unaffected compartment.
What to expect from a Osteoarthritis (OA) knee brace
- Braces cannot cure OA and may not be right for everyone. However, it is a viable solution for many people. The ideal candidates are typically active people who are motivated to strengthen their muscles and willing to wear a brace to realize the benefits of this form of treatment.
- Discuss treatment goals with your doctor and others on your health care team before you get a brace.
- Don’t expect a brace to feel good from the start. It may take from a week to a month to get used to how the brace feels on your leg. Be patient. It took a long time for your knee OA to develop.
- Bracing has come close to eliminating pain for some people with knee OA, while others experience moderate relief.
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Take the measurement of your thigh and calf 6" above and below your kneecap using a flexible type tape measure. Use the diameter you measure here to choose your size.
|XS||13" - 15 1/2"||12"-13"||10"-12"|
|S||15 1/2" - 18 1/2"||13"-14"||12"-14"|
|M||18 1/2"- 21"||14"-15"||14"-16"|
|L||21"- 23 1/2"||15"-17"||16"-18"|
|XL||23 1/2" - 26 1/2"||17"-19"||18"-20"|
|XXL||26 1/2" - 29 1/2"||19"-21"||20"-22"|
|XXXL||29 1/2" -32"||21" -23"||22" -24|
|1.Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart, legs slightly bent and leg muscles contracted.|
|2. Measure up six inches from the center of your knee with a tape measure, as shown.|
|3. Measure the circumference of your thigh at the 6-inch mark, as shown.|
|4. Measure down six
inches from the center of your knee with
a tape measure, as shown. Then measure
the circumference of your calf at the