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DonJoy Supra Condylar Pad

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DonJoy Supra Condylar Pad

Helps to suspend and keep your brace in place during activity.

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Supra Condular Pad is a unique and patented design which helps to suspend and keep your brace in place during activity.

These items are sold as a single item only, not as a pair.

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  • From Andrew at 11/11/2010 11:03 AM
    • Does this pad come with the cover that attaches it to the brace?
    • The DonJoy Supracondylar Pad attaches with Velcro directly to the knee brace.
  • From sam at 5/24/2011 2:14 PM
    • do you just use it for one side of the brace? which side?
    • Hey Sam,
      The Supracondylar pad is only meant to be used on one hinge and it's the one on the inside of your leg. The Ridge of the pad is supposed to sit on the top of the bony prominence on the inside of your knee. I hope this helps.

  • From Greg at 12/29/2011 11:28 AM
    • Donjoy,

      I have two questions. First, I wear an OAdjuster on my left knee and a Defiance on my right knee.

      I ahve the air condyle pads on my left that have helped alleviate the blisters, but I still get them on my calf. I believe that I am tightening the calf two tight in order to stablize the knee (calfs/thighs are huge (XL) compared to knee). How thick is the Supra pad and what is the material? Is the material compliant and could it cause the blisters to return?

      Would this be used on the brace while I am working out compared to the air pad which is more comfortable when I wear to work??

    • The supra condylar pad is not as thick as the air condyle pads, and it is for brace suspension. If you are getting blisters on your calf from tightening the straps too much, these pads, will not make a difference for that. I would suggest getting in contact with one of our sales reps and have them take a look at your brace and see if they can do some adjustments to the brace. I would also suggest looking at an undersleeve to help protect the skin, for when the brace does move around when doing an activity.
      Follow this link to the website, type in your zip code and it will bring up your DonJoy reps name and number:
  • From Bryan at 9/22/2014 10:42 AM
    • I was recently considering replacing the neoprene pads on my Defiance knee brace thinking they may be a bit worn and that is why my brace feels a little looser than it has in the past. That being said, it was mentioned this pad is not as thick as those pads. How thick is this pad and do you think this would help stabilize the brace to my knee more and I assume help prevent it from sliding up and down my leg? I prefer to not have to put a sleeve underneath my brace for 'extra thickness'.

    • Bryan
      The thickest pad s that you can try if your knee brace is a little loose at the knee joint are the air condyle pads. They are 5mm each and should snug up that area well.

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