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M.3 OA
knee brace for OA pain relief

  • Easily patient adjustable
  • Effective treatment for OA pain
  • Lightweight, durable construction
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The M.3OA osteoarthritis unloading-type knee brace utilizes a single upright strut and incorporates medi’s patented varus/valgus loading mechanism and Physioglide hinge to provide effective treatment for mild to moderate symptoms of uni-compartmental osteoarthritis. 
The unique flex-bar system allows the single upright strut to flex and provide effective pain relief and reduce point-loading pressure.  The advantages of the flex-bar, loading mechanism and Physioglide hinge combine with the soft-grip padding system and numbered straps to provide exceptional patient satisfaction and high compliance.  Additionally the M.3 OA comes as a varus/valgus brace which for example can be used as a right leg varus (medial) unloading brace or a left leg valgus (lateral) unloading brace.  This feature reduces inventory demands and increases potential applications.
  • Individually adjustable varus and valgus angles with a low profile joint
  • During the course of treatment, the varus/valgus angles can be readjusted according to the healing process
  • Air-foam condyle pads
  • Very light construction and easy application
  • Limitation of extension 0 degrees, 10 degrees
  • Wide, well-cushioned frame padding for the 3-point pressure relief system
  • Malleable frame design to provide individual custom fit
  • Ultra flat, very lightweight, and non-protruding frame and hinge construction
  • Avional aluminum frame material is 30% more rigid than other aluminum alloy technologies of the same weight
  • Avional aluminum alloy polycentric physioglide hinges for strength
Material Composition
Avional, Velours, Polyester, PU foam
Washing Instruction

Can be washed by hand at 30 degrees.

M.3 OA knee brace for OA pain relief
  • Conservative treatment of pronounced unilateral, medial or lateral osteoarthritis of the knee
  • Permanent care where surgery is contra-indicated
  • Interim care until decision has been taken on possible surgical procedures such as correction osteotomy or knee joint replacement
  • For weight-bearing relief after surgery for medial or lateral fractures of the tibial head
Side effects on the overall body are currently unknown. However, if aids such as braces are applied too tightly, local pressure effects or narrowing of the blood vessels or nerves may occur in some cases. For this reason, you should consult your physician prior to use under the following conditions.