TROM Advance Knee Brace


Attention Medicare Patients

Post-operative bracing providing motion control and adjustability.

Ideal Application

TROM Advance's design provides great fit, comfort and adjustability. TROM Advance offers range of motion control and locking capabilities.

Features & Benefits

  • Tele-Fit: Sliding mechanism allowing independent strap movement just proximal and distal of the knee to accommodate cold therapy wraps and dressings and for increased strap adjustability
  • Streamlined hinge is 20% smaller for a lower profile, light-weight design
  • Telescoping adjustability between 17" and 23 1/4" adapts to a variety of patients
  • Range of motion control and quick lock from -10° to 90° for a broader range of options for any protocol
  • Quick-release buckles providing fast and easy application
  • Cool, breathable soft goods for improved patient comfort and aesthetics
  • Wider straps (2") offering increased support and comfort
  • XL version available to fit thigh circumferences up to 36”

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Product Questions

can the brace only be flexion adjusted 30 degrees at a time. I need to adjust 10 degree flexion at a time
Question by: sean on Oct 3, 2014, 10:18 AM
This brace can be locked at ranges from -10 to 90 degrees of flexion. The ROM can be set between 0, 10 and 30 degrees of extension and 30, 40, 70, 90 degrees of flexion. So the brace can be limited from 0-30, 0-40, 0-70 and 0-90 or completely open. We do have another brace called the X-ACT ROM knee brace that is sold direct through DJO that has more ranges of motion
Answer by: Admin on Oct 3, 2014, 10:18 AM
My son is wearing this brace following ACL replacement. Post-op day 2, adjusted fit after removing thick bandages. However, the medial condyle support/pad is too tight and the lateral side has a gap. How do I adjust the fit so the sides are symmetrical? I'm a PTA so have some familiarity with braces, just not this one. Thanks!
Question by: Kathy on Nov 15, 2015, 10:15 AM
The uprights for that brace are malleable so you can bend the upright to contour the leg better.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 15, 2015, 10:15 AM
I am currently in post op (5 wks) and using the X-ACT ROM brace for a ruptured quadricep tendon. I will be in this brace for another (6-8wks) while continuing physical therapy. This is the second surgery for same injury. What type or style of brace would you recommend for future use. I will need support for daily activities (no sports) and will most likely end up with a limited range of motion. I am a large person 6'3" 300lbs. I am concerned about reinjury and looking for a good quality, comfortable brace I can wear on a daily basis. Thank You.
Question by: Ben on Mar 21, 2016, 12:07 AM
The Playmaker II Knee brace would be a good brace for you to wear once you get out of the XACT ROM knee brace. This brace will provide knee stability and be a smaller brace but has a strong hinge to provide support.
Answer by: Admin on Mar 21, 2016, 12:07 AM
What's the difference between the advanced knee brace and the telescoping knee brace?
Question by: Emily on Feb 3, 2013, 8:25 AM
Hello, Emily -

There are quite a few differences between the brace.

The Telescoping T-ROM has the following features:
* ankle stirrups
* varying extension and flexion stops

The Advanced T-ROM has the following features:
* streamline hinge (20% smaller)
* quick release buckles
* quick-lock mechanism

Both braces have different buckling system.

We recommend you contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

Thank you and have a wonderful day!
Answer by: Admin on Feb 3, 2013, 8:25 AM
How much does the brace weigh?
Question by: Liz A on May 11, 2012, 1:36 AM
Answer by: Admin on May 11, 2012, 1:36 AM

Measurement Information:
Circumference measurement 6 inch above patella.

Size Thigh Circumference
Standard Less than 26"
XL over 26"