A Corflex Knee Wrap for Knee Instability
The Contender Knee Brace is an original design from Corflex. The large design offers the comforts of a knee wrap above the knee and a support sleeve below the knee. The polycentric hinge is durable and works great for flexion and extension control of the knee at varying degrees of immobilization (0 degrees, 15 degrees, 30 degrees, 60 degrees, and 90 degrees).
The Corflex Contender Knee Brace for Medial Knee Instability and Lateral Instability
Medial knee instability and lateral knee instability refer to the flexion and extension of the knee. Pressure is placed on the ligaments of the knee when it is one of these forms and is obviously more commonly injured when in use. The knee hinge on this knee stay provides the adjustable immobilization to deal with the pain and recovery of medial and lateral knee injuries.
Features of the Corflex Contender Knee Brace for Degenerative Joint Disease
- A knee stay recommended for non-contact sports and normal daily activities.
- The 16 inch version is longer, providing more room for the adjustable wrap above the knee to support and comfort.
- Contoured condyle shells accompany the knee hinges and provide full knee immobilization control.
- Designed with CoolTex, a great neoprene substitute.
- Position the angle of the knee joint brace to your preference before applying to the knee injury.
A Knee Sprain Support for Knee Degenerative Joint Disease and other Knee Injuries
- Indicated for ACL and PCL knee ligament injuries. Minor injuries to the anterior cruciate ligament and posterior cruciate ligament are common in sports and can cause varying degrees of knee pain and instability that is both stabilized and comforted by this knee splint.
- Muscle weakness in the knee often comes with ligament injuries. This hinged knee brace protects and properly positions the knee muscle injury for the best recovery.
- Degenerative joint disease—this is another term for arthritis in a weight bearing joint. The knee obviously takes on a lot of the pressure of the body’s movement and the cartilage can begin to break down over time causing pain that needs proper care and immobilization to recover.