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MMAR Medical March 2013 Newsletter

DonJoy Reaction Web Knee Brace

Reduces anterior knee pain by dispersing energy across the knee.

The DonJoy Reaction knee brace utilizes an elastomeric web design, which absorbs shock and shifts the peak loads away from the painful area of the knee. This dispersion of energy helps reduce the anterior knee pain you suffer from.

Another advantage of the elastomeric web is it dynamically stabilizes the patella on all sides, thus bringing the patella into proper tracking position to reduce pain caused by general patellofemoral instabilities.

The DonJoy Reaction knee brace is extremely comfortable to wear because the open framework of the elastomeric web and mesh backing makes the brace breathable, unlike the traditional elastic and neoprene sleeves.

  • Chondromalacia patella
  • Quadriceps or patellar tendonitis/tendinosis
  • Osgood-Schlatter disease
  • General patellofemoral tracking issues
  • Mild OA

Cybertech Flex Plus back brace

The patented, new ergo-dynamic panels and flexible pulley system make the Cybertech Flex Plus an intermediate brace that comfortably contours and conforms to each patient’s body structure. 
  • 5:1 ratio, low-friction Flexibile Pulley Systems provide powerful, smooth and easily-controlled compression.
  • Lightweight, breathable construction combines with contouring panels for increased comfort and support.
  • Quick, one-hand adjustment controls support level and comfort for standing or sitting.


Graduated medi compression guarantees the best possible defined compression for the maximum beneficial effect during sport. This advanced knitting technology "Made by MEDI" - the specialist manufacturer of medical compression stockings - ensures that the compression is precisely defined.   The result: a physiologically perfect pressure profile for enhanced performance, more endurance and faster generation.

Every muscle cell needs energy in the form of oxygen. This is transported to the muscles via the blood. The better the blood flow in the arteries, the better the muscles are supplied – and precisely this supply can be positively influenced by compression.
Shin Splints: Reduces vibration, increases oxygen and promotes healing. 
Calf Cramps: Increase oxygen to optimize muscles, removes lactic acid. 
Achilles Issues: Increases oxygen to the Achilles; padding prevents damage. Pulled Muscles: Increases blood flow to increase warmth in the muscles. 
Traveling Issues: Graduated compression prevents venous reflux and pooling.

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