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Webtech Short Knee Brace - All Questions

Webtech Short Knee Brace - Black
Webtech Short Knee Brace
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Does rhis brace have adjustable flex and extenion?
Question by: john machamer on Jul 6, 2015, 11:31 AM
Hi John,

No this brace does not have adjustable flexion and extension. It doesn't really have hinges to prevent flexion and extension. It is more for general knee and patella stability.

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Answer by: Admin on Jul 6, 2015, 11:31 AM
My 17 year-old son has been diagnosed with a patella tracking problem causing chronic knee pain. As a linemen we are looking for a low profile, lightweight brace that will hold up to daily use without the bulk of the donut type brace that is difficult to wear under a knee pad. Additional, we've found that some sleeves limit mobility, particularly knee bend when in a 3 or 4-point stance due to the bulk behind the knee with the sleeve is not open. Is the webtech short knee brace effective without the sleeve? Is there another sleeve option that is open in the back? Is the webtech short knee brace comfortable without the sleeve?
Question by: Chuck on Jul 20, 2015, 8:59 AM
Chuck
The sleeve with this brace doesn't have to be worn. the brace is just as effective without the sleeve. this brace whould be a better fit than the traditional sleeve knee braces and not quite as bulky
Answer by: Admin on Jul 20, 2015, 8:59 AM
I suffered a partial patellar tendon tear and after several months of physical therapy, I'm ready to resume playing basketball. Would you recommend this brace?
Question by: Femi Richards on Jul 21, 2015, 3:01 PM
Yes this brace would support that knee and provide relief from any pain you may still be feeling.
Answer by: Admin on Jul 21, 2015, 3:01 PM
I have medial subluxing of kneecap after a fulkersons procedure. I currently use the woman's defiance III with a tru pull attachment. I am wondering if the smaller webtech short knee brace will give the same level of protection for the mal tracking that the bulky defiance with tru pull attachment gives. Thanks!
Question by: Jenni on Jul 22, 2015, 11:10 PM
The WEBTECH SHORT KNEE BRACE only offers a MILD support compared to the DEFIANCE.
Answer by: Admin on Jul 22, 2015, 11:10 PM
My son was recently injured and diagnosed with patellar subluxation. He is a running back and we are looking to provide him with a brace that doesn't impede his running. Will this brace give the support needed for this type of injury?
Question by: Kristel on Aug 13, 2015, 12:09 PM
Kristel
The Web Tech will provide stabilization to the anterior knee including the patella and this should be suffcient for your son. The brace is very low profile
Answer by: Admin on Aug 13, 2015, 12:09 PM
My son has had 2 medial femoral bone contusions while playing football. We are looking for some extra protection for that inside knee area when he's back on the field and also support to the inside MCL, which has been sprained. Is this a good choice or is there something more effective for these injury types? Thank you
Question by: Lou on Aug 15, 2015, 11:03 AM
Lou
The Webtech would not be the best brace for your son. I would suggest the Playmaker II knee brace. This brace has bilateral hinges that will protect the knee from medial and lateral forces and help stabilize the knee. https://www.donjoystore.com/donjoy-playmaker-ii-knee-brace
Answer by: Admin on Aug 15, 2015, 11:03 AM
I fractured my right tibial plateau 2 years ago at the age of 63. A plate and 6 screws later I healed nicely but the knee feels stiff and unstable. Looking for support for the knee so I can play tennis and pickleball. What do you recommend?
Question by: Gloria on Aug 15, 2015, 2:59 PM
Gloria
I would suggest a hinged knee brace such as the Bionic knee or the Economy hinged Knee Brace. A hinged knee brace will support the knee while playing Tennis. https://www.donjoystore.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee
https://www.donjoystore.com/bionic-knee-brace
Answer by: Admin on Aug 15, 2015, 2:59 PM
Hello,
I'm a 30 years old woman badminton player playing for about 7 years in competition. I'm training minimum 4h weekly and up to 10h during competitions on some week ends. I had a patellofemoral pain syndrome diagnosed when I started competition (an instable knee cap sliding on the external side of the knee). The pain ( or I should rather call it disconfort) is on and off depending a lot of parameters that I don't control (periods where I don't feel anything and others where my knees are hot inflamed). I used and I'm still using a elastic sleeve with a hole for the kneecap. Even if that works, I've always sweated a lot in it, and as I use it really often (especially on the competitions), it is annoying to wash it all the time (basically every week) because it smells. And even, this is generally not sufficient.
I've seen different physiotherapists to work on it, in order to play without it, but as I don't have much time to work out beside badminton, i keep on wearing it on the competitions, that are extremely demanding!

This Donjoy performance webtech short knee brace would be really interesting because i would sweat that much in it, but would it be supportive enough for my knee cap instability?

Thank you very much for your answer,

Regards,

Samantha
Question by: Samantha Gadet on Aug 28, 2015, 11:35 AM
Samantha
This brace should provide you with the support around the kneecap and relief of pain that you need while doing your activities. The brace should be cooler than what you are currently wearing and will provide more support than what you are used to.
Answer by: Admin on Aug 28, 2015, 11:35 AM
Hello,
I have chronic patellar tendonitis(after this long it would be considered tendinosis maybe??). several years of pain off and on, mostly on. Any type of quick or sudden move tends to set it off. I am trying to choose between this and the webtech knee strap. I have a donut style patella knee brace(Mueller or Mcdavid) and it doesn't seem to provide much relief for me and this looks to be a similar mechanism, but perhaps a bit stronger stability. Thoughts or suggestions?
Question by: Ben on Aug 30, 2015, 8:18 AM
Ben
Sounds like you might need a bit more support than just a patellar strap. The Webtech Knee Brace will provide more support to the front of the knee and the pattelar tenson. The webing absorbs force and dispeares it within the leg to decrease anterior knee pain.
Answer by: Admin on Aug 30, 2015, 8:18 AM
Would this be good for an LCL injury and baker's cyst? I have the Reaction knee brace but would like a lighter brace to wear around the house sometimes for stability.
Question by: Victoria on Sep 11, 2015, 5:07 PM
Victoria
This brace is basically the same and the Reaction Web Knee Brace except the webing material is all silicone instead of the elastomeric material in the Don Joy Reaction
Answer by: Admin on Sep 11, 2015, 5:07 PM

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