Tru-Pull Wraparound


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Bracing solution for patellar support, dislocation, malalignment and instabilities

Ideal Application

A simple, easy to apply bracing for patellar subluxation, dislocation, malalignment and instabilities. The Tru-Pull Wraparound brace, designed by Dr. John Fulkerson, incorporates his patented technology of independent straps, which provide a consistent pull on the patella. A choice of buttresses give the patient an option for more aggressive support. The Tru-Pull Wraparound is an ideal choice for patellar subluxation, dislocation, malalignment and instabilities.

Features and Benefits

  • Patented bifurcated pull strap design allows for constant pull on patella.
  • Choice of two adjustable thickness’ of buttresses (1/4” and 3/8”).
  • Universal left and right.
  • Wrap style design for ease of application and fit.
  • Non-slip neoprene.

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Product Questions

I have the tru pull lite right now as given to me by my therapist and my biggest problem is that I cannot wear it over jeans etc during my day to day activities and I often experience pain just from sitting too long etc. It does work pretty well when I do taekwondo aside from the bit of loosening that I have felt recently and the fact that it sometimes shifts. I have two questions, first would the tru pull wraparound be good for me to wear to manage my daily pain/wearable over my jeans? And would the tru pull advanced be better for me when I do taekwondo since it offers more support? My main concern is that it will hinder my mobility as it is longer and has metal hinges rather than plastic.
Question by: Mark on Apr 26, 2015, 12:25 PM
these braces cannot be worn over jeans they are to worn against the skin or are not effective. The Tru Pull Advanced system will offer more support to the knee cap than the lite but will be a little more cumbersome
Answer by: Admin on Apr 26, 2015, 12:25 PM
I have a partially torn patella tendon (through the middle of the tendon) and there is quite a bit of pain and discomfort when I walk. Would this brace help alleviate some of the pain? Also, I am not allowed to run yet, but would this be a good brace for when I can run?
Question by: Gabby on Nov 7, 2014, 5:23 AM
The Tru Pull is mainly for patella dislocations. I would suggest either the Reaction Web Knee Brace or the Performer knee Brace. Both of these braces will give more support around the patella helping to decrease anterior knee pain. The Reaction Will be the cooler brace of the two.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 7, 2014, 5:23 AM
I have EDS Hypermobility, and my knees bend backwards a good 20-30 degrees. I play tenor saxophone in a college marching band. We frequently use a very rapid, aggressive high-knee marching technique and the instability in my knees make this dangerous and painful. I have not had any major ligament injuries yet but I would like to avoid one. Would this be a good brace to consider? If not, what would you recommend?
Question by: Leah on Aug 21, 2014, 8:57 AM
If your knees hyperextend the Tru-Pull will not prevent that. You would need a hinged knee brace that will restrict motion. We do have one soft brace that has this capability. The DonJoy Playmaker has an adjustable hinge and etension stops can be installed on the hinge to limit extension. The stops could possibly help that hyperextension that you are getting.
Answer by: Admin on Aug 21, 2014, 8:57 AM
I hurt my knee in a rodeo several years ago. I was told I had damage to the cartilage on the end of my femur and a partial tear of my acl. Would this brace work well for playing tennis and running? Thanks
Question by: Brandi on Jun 22, 2014, 4:21 PM
For cartilage damage and an ACl tear I would suggest a different brace. The Tru-Pull Wrap is for kneecap instability. I would suggest a hinged knee brace such as the Playmaker II The Playmaker is going to give support with the cutting of a sport such as tennis and protect the ligaments such as the ACL
Answer by: Admin on Jun 22, 2014, 4:21 PM
Do you have a posterior view photo?
Question by: Kate on Mar 6, 2016, 6:11 PM
Answer by: Admin on Mar 6, 2016, 6:11 PM


Measure the circumference of your thigh 6" above the middle of the kneecap to choose the correct size


Size Thigh
Small 15 1/2" - 18 1/2" (39-47cm)
Medium 18 1/2"- 21" (47-53cm)
Large 21"- 23 1/2" (53-60cm)
X-Large 23 1/2" - 26 1/2" (60-67cm)


Center Knee 1. Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart, legs slightly bent and leg muscles contracted.
6 in Above 2. Measure up six inches from the center of your knee with a tape measure, as shown.
Thig Circle 3. Measure the circumference of your thigh at the 6-inch mark, as shown.
6 in below 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 6-inch mark.
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