Genu Direxa diz ortezi
Slight to moderate feeling of instability in the knee
Stabilising the knee
The modern orthoses help to stabilise the knee joint in case of knee complaints with mild to moderate feelings of instability (ligament laxity). They can relieve pain and support joint function. By precisely applying compression, the orthoses improve sensorimotor functions – so you get a better sense of what is happening in your knee and feel safer.
The Genu Direxa is available in an open and a closed version.
Narrow aluminium splints
The narrow, covered aluminium splints stabilise the knee without restricting movement. Thanks to the slim design, the orthosis is barely visible under clothing.
The orthosis can be opened fully, making it easy to put on and take off.
The soft material ensures excellent wearer comfort. Thanks to its special textile structure, the orthosis does not slip.
The optional elastic straps ensure an optimum fit on legs of any shape. The long hook-and-loop pad allows the straps to be individually positioned.
Benefits at a glance
The open version of the orthosis can be opened fully and wrapped around the leg. It offers a more individual fit in comparison with the closed version. You can choose the orthosis that’s right for you in consultation with your doctor.
You can step into the closed version from above, like trousers. Two lateral finger loops make it easier for you to put on the orthosis. The closed version offers a greater compression effect than the open version. You can choose the version that’s right for you in consultation with your doctor.
The soft TriTech material ensures excellent wearer comfort. Thanks to its special textile structure, the orthosis does not slip when worn.
Suitable for sports
The orthoses feature two circumferential elastic straps and covered joint bars with a slim design. This makes them suitable for contact sports as well – in consultation with your doctor, of course.
- Knee pain with mild to moderate ligament laxity and/or mild to moderate feeling of instability
- Posttraumatic and postoperative instability and/or feeling of instability
- Gonarthrosis with initial to moderate degenerative ligament instability and/or slight to moderate feeling of instability (mainly involving the cruciate ligament)
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Patellofemoral pain syndrome (e.g. chondromalacia patellae, chondropathy patellae, retropatellar osteoarthritis)