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ACL Knee Braces for ACL Tears or Injuries
ACL Knee Brace Buying Guide
ACL braces can help prevent injuries to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament or help support your knee after an ACL tear or injury. Our brace coaches recommend these knee braces for torn ACL:
Fource Point Technology was developed to further protect the ACL and enhance the Four Points of Leverage brace design.
Provides complete protection of the ACL for athletes who don’t want to lose speed by weighing themselves down with a heavy brace.
Includes the ligament protection of the Armor knee brace and even more ACL protection from the FourcePoint hinge.
Recognized as the best ligament knee brace available. Top-of-line protection that is custom fit for your leg. Ideal for athletes looking to prevent a knee ligament injury or re-injury to surgically repaired ligaments.
Offers the same protection as the Armor brace, with an additional Medial Ski Deflector on the inner hinge that makes the brace safe for skiing.
Finally, everyday support for minor ACL instabilities for non-contact sports!
Suitable for mild to moderate ACL, MCL and LCL instabilities
Provides improved support and full protection to your knees while playing any contact sport.
Designed for especially for women. Low profile, moldable aluminum frame with FourcePoint hinges.
ACL Braces and Supports
One of the most common problems involving the knee joint is an anterior cruciate ligament tear. Commonly referred to as a torn ACL, this injury is especially frequent among athletes in sports involving constant lateral movement and changes in speed and direction, such as basketball
. When tearing your ACL
you may hear a "pop" at the time of injury. Treatment for ACL injuries
vary depending on age, activity level, associated injuries
, and the desire to return to previous activities. These treatments can include physical therapy, surgery, or wearing a knee brace. If a patient chooses surgery, the doctor often recommends wearing an ACL reconstruction brace during recovery to help regain range of motion.
Learn more about choosing an ACL brace for knee stability.