OA Knee Brace With Metal Shell
Mild to moderate OA knee user
Combined ligamentous instability
Osteoarthritis knee brace with metal shell can help to support the knee joint and share the loading of affected joint
Osteoarthritis knee support with metal shell can provide further stability for ligamentous or other instability users
Full shell design provide well stability
Better for OA users without severe knee deformity
Could be used at home or for gentle sports
Specified design for left or right side
Size: S M L XL（Left/Right）
This product is equipped with a comfortable non-slip lining. The inner lining is designed with dense non-slip glue points, which is easy and convenient to wear and prevents easy slipping.
There are adjustable hinges on the brackets on both sides of the product to prevent the patient from over-extension or bending. With this product, the straightness angle of the legs can be controlled between 0°-40°, and the flexion angle between 0°-90°. When you need to fix the leg at an angle to prevent it from free movement, you only need to insert the same degree angle piece that controls the straightening angle and the bending angle into the angle control hubs on the left and right sides, and the leg can be fixed at At a certain angle.
Q: When can I get the quotation?
A: We usually quote within 24 hours after we get your inquiry. If you are very urgent to get the price, please tell us so that we will regard your inquiry priority.
Q: How can I get a sample to check your quality?
A: After price confirmation, you can require for samples to check our quality.
Q: What about the lead time for mass production?
A: Honestly, it depends on the order quantity and the season you place the order.
Q: How can I place an order?
A: You can contact any of our sales person for an order. Please provide the details of your requirements as clear as possible. So we can send you the offer at the first time. For designing or further discussion, it is better to contact us with Skype or WhatsApp or other instant ways, in case of any delays.