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TROM Advance Knee Brace


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TROM Advance's improved design takes post-operative bracing to the next level by providing the ultimate in fit, comfort and adjustability. TROM Advance offers range of motion control and locking capabilities following ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL surgeries, Meniscal repairs, Patella realignment, Regenerative Chondroplasty, Stable femoral fractures, Total Knee replacements and High Tibial Osteotomies.

Features & Benefits

  • Tele-Fit: Sliding mechanism allowing independent strap movement just proximal and distal of the knee to accommodate cold therapy wraps and dressings and for increased strap adjustability
  • Streamlined hinge is 20% smaller for a lower profile, light-weight design
  • Telescoping adjustability between 17" and 23 1/4" adapts to a variety of patients
  • Range of motion control and quick lock from -10° to 90° for a broader range of options for any protocol
  • Quick-release buckles providing fast and easy application
  • Cool, breathable soft goods for improved patient comfort and aesthetics
  • Wider straps (2") offering increased support and comfort
  • XL version available to fit thigh circumferences up to 36”

Size Chart & Fit Help

Measurement Information:
Circumference measurement 6 inch above patella.

Size Thigh Circumference
Standard Less than 26"
XL over 26"
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  • Kathy at 11/15/2015 10:15 AM
    • My son is wearing this brace following ACL replacement. Post-op day 2, adjusted fit after removing thick bandages. However, the medial condyle support/pad is too tight and the lateral side has a gap. How do I adjust the fit so the sides are symmetrical? I'm a PTA so have some familiarity with braces, just not this one. Thanks!
    • Kathy
      The uprights for that brace are malleable so you can bend the upright to contour the leg better.
  • Emmelia at 11/9/2015 6:10 PM
    • Hi, 5 days ago I had OIRF surgery on my knee - tibial plateau fracture, fractured fibula, broken meniscus and torn MCL - which brace would you recommend? They gave me one in hospital but i hate it!! Thanks
    • Emmelia
      If you were put into a post-op knee brace like the TROM then you should be in that brace until your doctor tells you you can get something smaller. Once your doctor tells you that you can go to a smaller brace the Playmaker would be a good choice.
  • kate at 6/13/2015 2:20 PM
    • I have broken patella, torn miniscus and acl damage. When I first put this brace on for (about 2 minutes) it fits then it slides down so that I'm dragging it. It rests on my knee which is painful and the knee supports are down past the knee. I'm 5'2" and 100 lbs and 65. Isn't there a smaller brace that would be better for someone like me or do smaller people have success with this. It feels more than 3 lbs. It is frustrating because my knee is stiff and a brace that allows for graduated movement is what I need.
    • Brace migration is a common problem with these types of braces. A couple of tips: Make sure the straps behind the leg are pulled snug and not lax. Also you can make the brace a little longer below the knee by adjusting it. Taking it back to the practitioner to be adjusted might need to be done if it continues to slide down and be ineffective.
  • MARIA CHAPMAN at 3/17/2015 8:10 PM
    • I have polio and ms. I fell and broke my ankle.Before I fell I was able to stand on my right leg but now it doesn't support my weight to pivet myself in order to get out of bed nor to get to the commode. Therefore all I do is lay in my hospital bed until some one can lift me uinto my scooter. what type of brace would you recommend?? Please help me I am at my witts end.kmszNt
    • Maria
      The TROM Knee Brace can be locked when you stand so that the knee does not buckle but will remain straight. The brace can then be unlocked when sitting to allow the knee to bend again. I suggest talking to your physician to see if a knee brace is something you need
  • Alexis at 2/18/2015 6:42 AM
    • When I was trying to tighten the brace, the plastice clip piece of the brace broke. Am I able to replace them or do I have to buy another brace?
    • Alexis
      If the brace is under warranty the straps can be replace with new ones. Please call the facility where you received the brace and let them know that the clip broke, they should be able to replace.
  • Steve at 2/3/2015 11:43 AM
    • I have a donjoy brace that looks something like this except that it has 6 straps and clips rather than 4. Under the flexion and extension adjustments is a very large letter T with a smaller R to the left and a smaller M to the right. I'm guessing that it's an older version of the TROM. I was given it by Kaiser after surgery to repair my quadriceps tendon. The problem I have with it is that it slides downward, and I have to readjust it many times every day. It also has a two foam pads under both toip and bottom straps and clips. A therapist told me that a sleeve might prevent it from sliding downward as I walk around. Does donjoy recommend any particular sleeve for that purpose? I called on the phone but didn't get much help. I purchased the neoprene sleeve because it was the only sleeve which does not cover the kneecap. I'm expecting it to arrive today.
    • Steve
      There is not a particular sleeve that is used for that brace. Unfortunatly sliding is a side effect of these types of braces. The Neoprene under sleeve is the only sleeve that would be long enough or that might help. Make sure to tighten the back side straps as well as the front. alos either shortening or lengtheng the brace might help to keep it suspended. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-neoprene-knee-brace-undersleeve
  • Cee at 12/20/2014 12:14 AM
    • Is this brace good for me even though I couldn't get a surgery yet?
    • The TROM Advanced is a post-op knee brace so it should not be worn as a functinal brace. It is used to immobilize the knee after trauma. You should ask you physician if this is the brace you need for your injury
  • edel at 12/18/2014 6:01 AM
    • Hi, Is This product certified by the FDA?
    • yes it is
  • Chris at 11/20/2014 6:03 AM
  • sean at 10/3/2014 10:18 AM
    • can the brace only be flexion adjusted 30 degrees at a time. I need to adjust 10 degree flexion at a time
    • This brace can be locked at ranges from -10 to 90 degrees of flexion. The ROM can be set between 0, 10 and 30 degrees of extension and 30, 40, 70, 90 degrees of flexion. So the brace can be limited from 0-30, 0-40, 0-70 and 0-90 or completely open. We do have another brace called the X-ACT ROM knee brace that is sold direct through DJO that has more ranges of motion
  • John at 9/9/2014 1:50 AM
    • I ordered new foam liners last Tuesday. (7 days) How long until I get them?
    • John
      Ground shipping is 7-10 business days
  • WOODY at 9/1/2014 5:51 PM
  • Tran at 8/28/2014 9:32 AM
    • Hi! Lady and gentlemen,
      Can this brace reduce my knees pain ? Because my knees generate, so when I walk or stand , which make my knees hurt. I intend to buy this brace to share my weigh to this one , in order to reduce the pain for my knees. Can I do that? Thanks.
    • Tran
      Im not sure what you need the brace for other than relieving pain but this brace is used after surgeries to keep the leg immobilized. I think you should be looking at some of our soft hinged knee braces such as the Deluxe Hinged knee Brace http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-drytex-neoprene-deluxe-hinged-knee-wraparound-sleeve
  • Steve at 7/3/2014 11:15 AM
    • Can the TROM Advanced be worn in the water, e.g pool or beach? Thanks
    • Steve
      I would recommend not wearing that brace in the water or ocean
  • Ruben at 6/18/2014 6:01 PM
    • I'm was wondering do those padding on the bottem of the straps can they come in smaller size the padding
    • Ruben
      This is a universal brace so the pads do not come any samller however you can trim them to fit the size you need
  • Andy at 6/11/2014 2:16 PM
  • Alex G at 6/9/2014 3:43 PM
    • I have a problem in the outside meniscus. I can walk or run but I need some support when I play tennis. Could this brace help me to get that support and not letting the knee rotate?
    • Alex
      That brace is a post -op brace and can't be worn for athletic activities. Look at the Economy hinged knee Brace: http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee the brace has two hinges that will support your knee and you can wear it for sports
  • Jon at 5/3/2014 8:06 AM
    • Is this brace recommended for contact sports? Not after surgery, but for preventative measures? thanks!
    • Jon
      The TROM Advanced Knee Brace is apost-op knee brace not reccommended for any activity. A brace for contact sports for preventive measures is the DonJoy Armor Knee Brace with the FourcePoint Hinge> http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-armor-knee-brace-with-fourcepoint-hinge
  • Scott 4 at 4/16/2014 6:23 PM
    • Have broken one of the plastic loops the strap goes through while tightening the strap. Is there a replacement for this?
    • Scott
      We have replacement straps for that brace but they are on back order until May. If your brace is under warranty the entire brace can be replaced. If you ordered on our website to get it replaced, if you got it from a Dr's office take it back to them to be replaced
  • Kevin G. at 4/13/2014 8:18 AM
    • I'm four days post-op and ready to go back to work.
      Can I wear the donjoy brace on the outside of my slacks or does it need to be on the inside?
    • You can wear it on the outside of your slacks but you may have some sliding issues
  • Tommie Slade at 3/19/2014 6:55 PM
    • I am a Physical therapist Assistant,, one of my patients have this type of brace. how do I change the flexion settings???? Contact me soon as possible because I see her tomorrow (thursday) morning
    • Tommie
      The flexion and extesion settings are on the hinge of the brace. The TROM allows for you to set flection at 30, 40, 70 and 90 degrees. You just push the button and move the button to the desired setting on both sides of the brace. You do the same with the extesion, the extension settings allow _10, 0, 10 and 30 degrees
  • Ruben at 2/7/2014 12:27 PM
    • Why are those pads under the straps so big is it possible to make them smaller
    • Thank you for your question. The picture featured is the cool version and is the version with the smaller pads.
  • Ruben at 2/6/2014 6:35 PM
    • What's does it mean when it's full
    • Thank you for your question. "Full" means that there is going to be foam covering most of the skin. The cool version will have more skin exposure. The brace pictured is the cool version. The "Full" will have wider foam.
  • Carlos at 10/15/2013 9:08 PM
    • ¿Which one would work best for me? I can not put weight on my knee for near 60 days and the crunches are awful.
    • Carlos
      This brace, the TROM Advanced Knee Brace, is usually used after surgery and can be adjusted at the hinge to restrict motion of the knee joint. If you are not allowed to put any weight on your leg for sixty days wearing this brace would not change that. If you have any specific questions on the brace or any other please do not hesitate on letting us know. The crutches can be uncomfortable and here are a couple of suggestions. Do not lean on the crutches put the wieght on your hands and you can pad the top of the crutches with a towel wrapped and tapped around it.
  • Edward Smith at 8/25/2013 3:17 PM
    • when was the first one made
    • This product has been in our line for a few years now.
  • Terri at 5/28/2013 5:36 AM
    • Five days after surgery an the brace keeps sliding down. How can I correct this?
    • Hello Terri,

      The Brace should not be sliding down. The Straps on the TROM Advance are adjustable, you can tighten the fit. The Cuffs Telescope, so that you may adjust the height/length of the brace. Please contact us so that we can put you in touch with your area Representative, they can meet with you and adjust the brace. Another suggestion is to contact your Physician so that they may adjust the brace for you.


      Have a Great Day.
  • Emily at 2/3/2013 8:25 AM
    • What's the difference between the advanced knee brace and the telescoping knee brace?
    • Hello, Emily -

      There are quite a few differences between the brace.

      The Telescoping T-ROM has the following features:
      * ankle stirrups
      * varying extension and flexion stops

      The Advanced T-ROM has the following features:
      * streamline hinge (20% smaller)
      * quick release buckles
      * quick-lock mechanism

      Both braces have different buckling system.

      We recommend you contact our product specialists at 888-405-3251.

      Thank you and have a wonderful day!
  • Charlie at 8/2/2012 10:13 AM
    • The support is a little long. How do you shorten it?
    • The Brace is adjustable from 17" to 23 1/4" you would need to use the push tabs on the sides of the brace. Push them in and slide the brace up or down to desired length.
  • Greg at 7/30/2012 3:31 PM
    • Does this fit either leg or does it come in a right / left side?
    • It fits either leg.
  • Wynn at 5/22/2012 11:12 PM
    • Where can you buy replacement foam liners?
    • Please call Customer Care 800-336-6569.
  • Liz A at 5/11/2012 1:36 AM
    • How much does the brace weigh?
    • 3lbs.
  • Kimberli W at 12/6/2011 12:52 PM
    • Can you replacement straps for this brace?

    • Yes, please call customer service at 1-800-336-6569, and we can order those for you.
  • Luis Correa at 11/23/2011 10:35 PM
    • What is the difference between trom advance cool and full? Thanks
    • The cool version only has foam liners where the straps are located the full foam liner covers the entire leg.
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Easy to put on or take off, it seems to slip down if you don't snuge it up at the top, very comfotable

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I had a total knee replacement 2 years ago, things weren't correct so I had a restore 10days ago. I am very satisfied with my new DonJoy brace. I didn't get any information with this brace but I have been able to get it adjusted perfectly. Good job ya'll
Posted on November 13, 2015

Very good brace

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Only complaint is the brace moves down sometimes when walking
Posted on January 24, 2015


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I had this brace after a meniscal tear and a mcl tear. This brace was perfect. It was not too uncomfortable. It fit under sweatpants and it was easy over leggings. This was a well worth it brace!
Posted on January 11, 2015

Worked well once adjusted properly

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Went home after ACL replacement and meniscus repair. Getting adjustment right was key - took a couple days to get it right. Once adjusted, comfortable and confident use.
Posted on October 4, 2014

Great results without extra expense

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The custom brace cost thousands and broke twice in the medal supports. TROM costs less than two hundred dollars, adjusts and holds position once initially set up and does not slip. Excellent product value!
Posted on May 1, 2014

Good overall

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Had some issues getting it to fit right as swelling fluctuated but over all gave me fantastic support after acl hamstring graft reconstruction and meniscal repair
Posted on May 16, 2013

Very happy with knee brace

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Very good knee brace after my knee surgery it does the knee very good
Posted on October 6, 2012

post op

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i think that this a good brace to have after surgery but for only during the physical rehab not right after surgery because of its heavy weight from the mid thigh down makes it uncomfortable for me
Posted on May 25, 2012

Works great

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Supports well and comfortable once you adjust it to fit. My only complaint would be that there is too many options on how to use it and how to fit it, but once you get it set then you don't have to adjust again it just snaps on and stays in place.
Posted on January 24, 2012