Multifunctional orthosis for stabilization of the knee.
SofTec® Genu is a multifunctional support for stabilization of the knee. It is used, for example,in cases of torn ligaments, collateral ligament injury, arthritis or in sports therapy. Its construction combines: stability and control provided by fixed joint splints, healing massage provided by a pad on the kneecap and maximum wearing comfort thanks to the anatomically shaped, breathable SofTec® vector-oriented knitted fabric.
- Helps to relieve pain
- Massages with every movement
- “Intelligent” joint splints stabilize the knee
Quickly on your feet again
If your knee has been injured or just been operated on, it needs support and has to be protected from excess strain. SofTec® Genu gives you a great feeling of stability, without restricting your mobility. On the contrary: every movement also activates the massaging nodules on the built-in knee pad. These massage the surrounding tissue and so speed up the healing process.
The intelligent knee orthosis
The position of the axis of rotation in the knee joint varies from person to person. That is why the SofTec® Genu knee orthosis comes with “intelligent” side joints. They adjust automatically to your personal axis of rotation. This reduces strain on the knee and means that the orthosis follows every non-damaging movement you make. This also makes it very popular with high-level athletes: the West German Handball Association has officially approved the SofTec® Genu for use in competitions.
- Isolated rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament up to and including the “unhappy triad”: Conservative treatment, Pre-operative and postoperative management, Long-term rehabilitation – sports therapy, Chronic insufficiency
- Conservative functional treatment of collateral ligament injuries
- Treatment of “unstable knee joint”: Severe osteoarthritis of the knee, Rheumatoid arthritis – progressive rheumatoid arthritis, Endoprosthesis – secondary rehabilitation, Post-traumatic
- Restricting the knee’s range of movement (e.g. after meniscal suturing or meniscal implantation)