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M.4s® OA Comfort Knee Brace
4-point knee brace relieves varus/valgus pressure

  • Easy to use with Integrated frame pad fasteners
  • Effective and secure unloading through adjustable hinges
  • Flexion ans Extension settings to limit damaging movement
  • Unique dual layer condylar cover provides superior comfort when ambulating
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The M.4s OA is a 4-point knee brace for control of anterior and posterior tibial translation offering a 3-point off-loader for varus or valgus pressure relief. It offers protection, stabilisation and pain relief whilst restoring mobility. The 4-point principle counteracts knee instability, often a cause of osteoarthritis. It safeguards against hyperextension and offers limitation of flexion and extension. The "S" profile improves torsional stability whilst following the natural alignment of femur and tibia.


  • Straps are numbered to ensure a simple fastening sequence
  • It has excellent comfort with soft-grip padding

Also available as compact version:

2" shorter overall (1" shorter on thigh and calf portions). Specifically developed for smaller patients and active patients who prefer wearing a brace while participating in sports such as skiing or motocross.

Material Composition
Avional, Velours, Polyester, PU foam
Washing Instruction

Can be washed by hand at 30 degrees.

M.4s<sup class='copyrighthigh'>®</sup> OA Comfort Knee Brace 4-point knee brace relieves varus/valgus pressure

  • Moderate to severe medial or osteoarthritis combined with ligament instability.
  • Unloading of the medial or lateral compartment.
  • Unicompartmental relief before HTO (brace test).
  • Relief of severe, painful bone edema (bone bruising).
  • Relief of painful stress fractures.
  • Permanent relief, where surgery is contraindicated

  • Cartilage surgery / chondroplasty / meniscus refixation /displacement osteotomy with required postoperative relief of the medial or lateral compartment.

  • None are presently known