Anatomic elbow brace with leaf spring hinges AS-L/A
Elbow joint dislocation
Elbow joint dislocation occurs when the elbow is bent backwards beyond its normal range of motion, causing damage to the ligaments, bones and structures of the elbow. Hyperextension of the elbow can cause dislocation or fractures.
Many hyperextension injuries occur during strenuous physical activity or sports. Falling and stopping the body with an outstretched arm can also cause the elbow to bend the wrong way, stretching and tearing ligaments, or cause the bones in the elbow to collide.
Elbow dislocation causes joint deformation, swelling and bruise.
To prevent against this injury you should use our AS-L/A elbow brace with leaf spring hinges.
AS-L/A elbow brace is made of PowerFit.
This is 3-layered textile that fits to body precisely making ‘the second skin’ and can be stretched in all directions. External layer is made of spandex that provides excellent compression and it’s resistant to the dirt and damage and reduces muscle vibrations. Internal layer is soft and skin-friendly. The brace warm your leg what limits the risk of other injuries.
The innovative construction of PowerFit allows to maintain cool joint even in hot temperature and it heats it in winter. The braces made of PowerFit are the most innovative devices on the orthopaedic market and almost invisible for patient.
Our brace construction is unique because it has lateral leaf spring hinges that reflect anatomic range of motion. Circumferential straps provide excellent compression and zipper facilitates to putting the brace on and off.
This elbow brace is the best solution for elbow stabilization in the orthopaedic market. It is highly recommended for athletes.
Purpose of use
- Stressed / inflammation of elbow and forearm muscles
- Elbow dislocation
- Sprain / strain the elbow joint
- Ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injury
Leaf spring hinges
The brace is equipped with leaf spring hinges. The splints are made of high quality alloy of metal and plastic. This construction provides anatomic joint motion with excellent lateral stabilization.
|Indications||Stressed / inflammation of elbow and forearm muscles, Elbow dislocation, Sprain / strain the elbow joint, Ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) injury|