Knee orthosis (orthopedic immobilization) / knee ligaments stabilisation / articulated M.4®S medi

Knee orthosis (orthopedic immobilization) / knee ligaments stabilisation / articulated M.4®S medi
M.4®S


The slim frame design of this orthosis makes it comfortable to wear. The physioglide hinges adapt to the movement of the knee. The Easy-Click system allows quick access to the flexion / extension control blocks. Characteristics Proven: patented physioglide hinge Improved: materials for strap and frame pads. Areas of application ACL rupture: if the anterior cruciate ligament tears, this is known as an ACL rupture. In most cases, this requires surgical treatment. There are a number of different methods for this. Some surgeons prefer to replace the torn cruciate ligament with a piece of the patellar tendon (kneecap tendon), while others choose the semitendinosus (thigh) tendon. Severe collateral ligament instability with meniscus lesion: a meniscus lesion is a tear in one of the two discs of cartilage that connect the thigh with the tibia. Stabilisation following a fracture of the tibial head: the head of the tibia is the upper end of the shin bone Meniscus repair: reattachment of pieces of cartilage that have been torn out
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