The Xeleton and Genu Arexa hard frame knee orthoses promote healing after ligament injuries in the knee joint. They provide support in everyday activities and at work.
Anterior knee pain is one of the most frequent clinical reasons for visiting an orthopaedic clinic. The Patella Pro offers a unique therapy approach.
The Genu Neurexa stabilises your knee and prevents hyperextension. You can participate in gait training and regain muscle activity more quickly.
The Genu Arexa knee orthosis is intended for treatment and rehabilitation following meniscus and ligament injuries. It stabilises the knee and allows the movement of the knee joint to be limited.
The Genu Direxa product line offers the best possible fittings in case of knee complaints with slight ligament laxities. Innovative materials stabilise the knee and assure ultimate wearer comfort.
The Genu Direxa Stable product line offers the best possible fittings in case of moderate ligament laxities. Innovative materials stabilise the knee and assure ultimate wearer comfort.
Genu Direxa Stable Long offers best possible fittings in case of severe ligament laxities or injuries. Additional stability for your knee is offered by the option to limit the range of motion.
The Genu Carezza support offers comfortable, slight knee joint stabilisation. Innovative high-tech materials in this support combine breathability and compression.
The Genu Carezza Patella Stabiliser is comfortable to wear for sports and recreation. Thanks to its anatomical shape, the support stabilises the kneecap and relieves pain.
These knee supports offer pain relief, improve knee joint proprioception, have a slight warming effect and enhance circulation.
These knee supports are suitable for sports and recreation where pain is only felt below or behind the kneecap.
You want to be active, unaffected by arthrosis of the knee joint, and be able to walk down stairs without pain. Then the Genu Arthro is the ideal solution for you.
The Genu Immobil Vario knee orthosis combines the possibilities of initially immobilizing the knee and and then subsequently allowing gradual increases in knee motion.