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ProCare EveryDAY Daily Activity Brace

Semi-rigid, lightweight combined instability brace affords maximum comfort and protection.

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Semi-rigid, lightweight combined instability brace affords maximum comfort and protection. Dual axis motion control hinges with durable shock absorbing condyle pads provide convenient dial-in adjustment with full and limited range-of-motion settings. Flexion/extension stops at 0°, 15°, 30°, 60° and 90°.

Take the measurement of your thigh 6" above your kneecap using a flexible type tape measure.  Use the diameter to choose your size.

Size Thigh
S 14.5" - 18.5"
M 18.5" - 21"
L 21" - 23.5"
XL 23.5" - 26.5"
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ProCare EveryDAY Daily Activity Brace reviews

Kevin O'Brien
I highly recommend this knee brace if you are constantly on your feet. Recently I bought this product because I was injured during a Lacrosse tournament and severely sprained my knee and since I work in an environment where I am always on my feet moving, I needed something to keep my knee from giving out. This product so far has been working great keeping my knee in place while still being able to do my regular activities. The only thing I noticed that has happened with this is I worked a 15 hr shift one day for both of my jobs and when I took the brace off, their was a little bit of irritation on my upper thigh and behind my calf a little bit. Other then that, I still recommend this knee brace - Kevin O'Brien
Maddy B
this is a really good brace if you are on your feet all the time. i was in a four wheeler acident a few years back and sevierly tore up my knee, and playing lacrosse just made it worse, being the one who runs up and down field constantly and falling on my knee at least once every game, this brace has help a lot with the pain. - Maddy B
Knee pain victim
This product was so poor I returned it. I ordered the size indicated on the sizing chart. The fit was so poor I could not even use the brace. Buyer beware. There is a reason this brace is hundreds of dollars cheaper than competitor braces. - Knee pain victim

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  • From Mariah at 7/14/11 9:34 PM
    • Can this knee brace be used in the water?
    • Yes it can. Just be sure to rinse it with fresh water, and let it air dry.
  • From Reba at 3/27/12 9:31 AM
    • Is the hinge on both side of the knee or just on the outer part.
    • Both sides.
  • From STeven at 7/25/12 6:47 PM
    • Can this brace be used in contact sports such as American Football.

      I play Varsity next year, and i been taking some brutal hits.

      I cant afford the more expensive products, will this be as effective?
    • This brace is not recommended for high contact sports.
  • From L Neff at 11/24/12 11:13 AM
    • What is the weight of this brace? What is the length of this brace?
    • Hello,

      The weight of the brace is less than 2 lbs. The length is 15.5".

      Thanks and have a great day!
  • From Bob at 11/23/13 4:49 AM
    • Can I use this
      Knee brace for playing soccer I
      Have already dislocated my knee and they said if I do it again 100% I will tear my acl so I'm trying to prevent it?
    • Bob
      When you say dislocated your knee, I am not sure if you are talking about the entire joint dislocating which would have torn something previously, or dislocating you kneecap. If you have dislocatied your kneecap, you want to look at the Tru-Pull Advanced System Knee: If you have had joint issues and are trying to protect your ACL then I would suggest the DonJoy FullFource with a FourcePoint hinge. The FullForce has our patented four points of leverage strapping system and the Fourcepoint hinge. Both of tthese together have been clinically proven to prevent ACL tear up to 50%. If it is your kneecap that we are talking about the Tru-Pull has a buttress on the outside of the knee that will stabilize the kn3ecap when you are wearing it to prevent dislocation. I hope this helps, if you have any other questions please let us know. Thank you for contacting product support
  • From Allan at 3/26/14 2:55 AM
    • I have hyperextension in both my knees due to a pituitary tumour that has been removed. I am improving on my own and have no benefits and need cheep braces to prevent hyperextension when walking...will these work for me? Plus I am 210 lbs. and 5' 10'...what size would be appropriate.....Thx
    • Allan
      This brace will allow you to limit extension so it should help with the hyperextension. For sizing you need to meaure your thigh 6 inches above your mid-patella and look for your size on the size chart
  • From marie at 6/14/14 6:52 PM
    • I have had 2 knee surgeries in the last 3 months. I have had my meniscus removed and had 12 micro breaks (doctor drilled 12 holes in my knee cap). I have limited strength in my knee and it gives out when I am walking. My knee gives out a lot. I also have of pain in my knee. Lastly I have a hard time keeping my knee strait when walking, due to it being weak. I have an immobilizer but I need a brace that I can drive in and also walk. But something that locks in place when walking because when I walk now my knee is bent and is not strong enough for me to keep it in a strait while I continue to rehab my knee. Any and all suggestions are welcome. Also does this brace sit right next to the knee cap or back a little.
    • Marie
      The Procare EVERYDAY will not lock when you stand and unlock when you sit down. The only two braces we have that do that are the DonJoy TROM Advanced post-op Knee Brace: and the Playmaker with a Drop/Lock Hinge installed into it: I would suggest the Playmaker but you may need to go through a DonJoy Sales Rep so that they can get the brace with the hinge already installed. To find your local DJO Sales Rep follow this link:

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