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Lenox Hill Hinged Swedish Knee Cage
Lenox Hill Hinged Swedish Knee Cage
 
Our Price: $255.95


Product Code: A2470X


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Lenox Hill Hinged Swedish Knee Cage

Trulife Lenox Hill Hinged Swedish Knee Cage is designed to provide effective control of Genu Recurvatum.It is hinged to accurately track the natural motion of the motion of the knee while allowing a normal gait and comfortable sitting position. Adjustable three point pressure system maintains knee stability while the posterior pressure pad may be adjusted to facilitate fitting, application and removal. It fits right or left. Effective control of Genu Recurvatum (hyperextension). Posterior pressure pad is adjustable at attachment to the uprights. Vinyl dipped aluminum is easily shaped to fit the contours of the patient's leg. Better control, comfort, and increased compliance. Permits flexion at the knee without mechanical joints and locks. Lightweight sturdy support. Latex free. Indications The Trulife Hinged Swedish Knee Cage is designed for mild to moderate Genu Recurvatum. Goals Control hyperextension. Improve ambulation. Decrease anti-inflammatory medications. Decrease pain symptoms. Improve joint function. Improve quality of life.

Suggested Billing Code: L1850
Features
Lightweight, aluminum frame with padded straps.
Prevents hyperextension of the knee joint.
Will not protrude above or below the knee while seated.

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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3 of 5 Sturdy equipment, confusing for end users September 29, 2023
Reviewer: Teresa Lee from Owensboro, Ky  
The knee cage is sturdy but I wish Trulife would provide a video showing a patient putting these things on by themself.  The written instructions are confusing and include medical terms to orient the brace.  I want confirmation that the group of two straps goes in front of the thigh and the single strap goes in front of the calf over the shin.  And that the strap that doesn’t open is behind the knee.   It took me years to get them and medical staff don’t remember seeing me and didn’t tell me how often to wear them or for how long.  I wish Trulife would consider this situation and there was more communication between equipment manufacturers and healthcare providers.  End users who are not medical professionals are easily confused.

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