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Knee Braces for PCL Injury

PCL braces can help prevent injuries to the Posterior Cruciate Ligament or help support your knee after a PCL tear. Watch this short video to see what PCL brace will work best for you.
  1. DonJoy Deluxe Hinged Knee Brace
    For moderate stability of ligament, meniscus injuries, sprains, and osteoarthritis
    $119.99
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    Aircast Knee Cryo/Cuff w/Cooler

    Aircast Knee Cryo/Cuff w/Cooler

    Anatomic cuff design for complete coverage of the knee area

    $124.99
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    DonJoy FullForce Ligament Knee Brace

    DonJoy FullForce Ligament Knee Brace
    Provides complete protection of the ACL for athletes who don’t want to lose speed by weighing themselves down with a heavy brace.
    $524.99
  1. DonJoy Hot/Cold Therapy Wrap
    DONJOY HOT/COLD THERAPY WRAP
    $30.00
  2. DonJoy Drytex Hinged Air Knee Brace
    Designed for joint pain relief associated with patellofemoral malalignment
    $149.99
  3. DonJoy Dura Soft Knee Sleeve and Knee Wrap
    Cold therapy to the knee area for acute, chronic, or post-surgical applications
  1. DonJoy Armor Knee Brace with Standard Hinge
    Provides active people with protection from ACL, MCL, or PCL injuries. This is the most supportive knee brace you can get without a prescription.
    $499.99
  2. DonJoy ACL Everyday
    Finally, everyday support for minor ACL instabilities for non-contact sports!
    $449.99
  3. Aircast Knee Cryo/Cuff SC
    AIRCAST KNEE CRYO CUFF (SELF-CONTAINED)
    $120.00
  1. DonJoy Armor Knee Brace – Ski Version
    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.
    $499.99
PCL Knee Braces for PCL Injury
The PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) is a powerful ligament extending from the top-rear surface of the tibia (calf bone) to the bottom-front surface of the femur (thigh bone). The ligament prevents the knee joint from instability in the back of the joint. The PCL is usually injured by hyperextension (overextending the knee), or a direct blow to the flexed knee (such as from "dashboard knee" in a car accident). PCL tears are difficult to operate on due to the complexity of the surgery (the PCL is tucked behind other parts of the knee), and as a result treatment for PCL tears is controversial. Wearing a knee brace for PCL injury may help you avoid PCL tears. PCL knee braces can also protect your knee ligaments if you have already had a previous PCL injury.
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