Ossur Form Fit Hinged Knee Brace Product Line Information
Ossur and The Knee Shop have teamed up to present you with twelve variations to choose from — six models available in both open and closed popliteal versions — Össur’s Form Fit Hinged Knee Brace product line is a comprehensive portfolio of high-quality neoprene supports designed to meet the needs of any patient.
When you need to limit range-of-motion, our ROM hinge provides the control you need. When you don’t, you can opt for a more streamlined, polycentric hinge.
A removable, universal buttress is included with every sleeve version of the Form Fit Knee Brace for additional, customizable patella support, if necessary.
- Twelve product variations to offer practitioners to select the brace that is right for their patient
- Accutrac ROM hinges provide anatomically-accurate tracking
- Extension control and additional medial-lateral stability
- Open and closed popliteal area reduces material bulging and irritation
- Neoprene material provide comfort, retains heat for cold weather conditions
- Highly durable for use in sports activities
- Malleable rigid hinge arms provide intimate fit
- Universal buttresses are included with all sleeve versions for customizable patella support
- The Form Fit knee brace is indicated for mild to moderate sprains and strains of the knee.
- The Form Fit ROM knee brace has the following indications:
- Mild to moderate Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears
- Mild to moderate Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) tears
- Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) tears
- Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) tears
- Combined mild knee sprains and strains
- Increase knee stability
- Delay surgery
- Decrease anti-inflammatory medications
- Decrease pain symptoms.
- Improve joint function
- Improve support
This brace is rated Level III
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Ossur Form Fit ROM Hinged Knee Brace Application Instructions
Choose from open back or closed back styles.
Universal buttresses are included with all sleeve versions for customizable patella support.
| What is the cause of ACL Tears?
Hyperextension of the knee more than 10 degrees beyond its normal fully straightened position, and excessive inwards rotation of the lower leg is a very common cause of an ACL tear.
HCPCS Code: L1815 + L2435 x2