The Q Brace has a unique design that allows for multi-directional traction of the patella, making it a great option for anyone with patellar tracking problems or patellofemoral pain. A T-strap can be placed either on the medial or lateral side of the kneecap, depending on which direction your patella requires correction. The strap ends are then attached to the opposite side of the brace to add traction force to the patella. This dynamic traction force increases while the knee bends, when it’s needed most. Flexible stays on each side of the brace boost support for the entire joint. Breathable and hypoallergenic materials make the Q Brace comfortable for all day use and provide medical-grade compression to reduce swelling, alleviate pain, and enhance recovery. The Q Brace comes in a pull-on version for optimal compression throughout the entire joint or a wrap-around front closure option for those looking for an easy-to-apply brace or to accommodate for the size changes as swelling is reduced.
Recover from patella tracking disorders and patellofemoral pain with the Q Brace. The T strap puts dynamic traction force on the patella in whatever direction you need. Use the brace to recover from patellar medial tracking, lateral tracking, inferior tracking, superior tracking, subluxation, and dislocations. The medical-compression provided by the materials also help to reduce swelling and relieve pain from the patellar tracking disorders or patellofemoral injuries. Compression enhances recovery through increased circulation and reduced inflammation.
Prevent patellar tracking disorders and dislocations with the Q Brace. The T-strap on the edge of the kneecap can be placed anywhere you need to prevent incorrect tracking and dislocation problems. It also helps to seat the patella in the trochlear groove, allowing the joint to work smoothly and pain-free. The Q Brace is constructed from breathable, strong materials that provide medical-grade compression. The benefits of compression work together to enhance recovery and heighten proprioception to help prevent future injuries.