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ProCare Patella Stabilizer w/Buttress

Support with choice of adjustable felt horseshoe-buttress or sewn-in tubular buttress to accommodate mild patella tendonitis, chondromalacia, or subluxation.

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Features & Benefits

  • Choice of adjustable felt horseshoe-buttress or sewn-in tubular buttress
  • Accommodates mild patella tendonitis, chondromalacia, or subluxation
  • Donut buttress may be trimmed to allow for medial, lateral, or superior buttress
  • Medial/lateral spiral stays and superior/inferior compression straps provide additional stability
  • Open popliteal available with donut buttress only

Measurement Information:
Measurement taken 6" above mid-patella

Size Description Circumference
XS Horseshoe Buttress 13.5"-15.5"
XS Donut Buttress w/Open Pop 13.5"-15.5"
S Horseshoe Buttress 15.5"-18"
S Donut Buttress w/Open Pop 15.5"-18"
M Horseshoe Buttress 18"-20.5"
M Donut Buttress w/Open Pop 18"-20.5"
L Horseshoe Buttress 20.5"-23"
L Donut Buttress w/Open Pop 20.5"-23"
XL Horseshoe Buttress 23"-25.5"
XL Donut Buttress w/Open Pop 23"-25.5"
2XL Horseshoe Buttress 25.5"-28"
2XL Donut Buttress w/Open Pop 25.5"-28"
3XL Horseshoe Buttress 28"-31"
4XL Horseshoe Buttress 31"-34"

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Questions on ProCare Patella Stabilizer w/Buttress

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  • From Amy at 2/10/11 10:58 PM
    • I need a support brace for a sprained knee. I have large thighs and would like to know if you have a product that would fit my thigh (38") and calf (22").

    • Unfortunately we do not have anything that accommodates a 38” thigh circ.
  • From megan at 7/7/11 6:16 PM
    • does this brace work for a patellar dislocation and menisus tear after surgery?
    • This brace will provide some support for the patella, but I would suggest looking at a stronger brace like the tru-pull lite or the tru-pull advanced system. They will provide more patella support for chronic patella dislocations.
  • From Calvin at 8/11/11 12:50 PM
    • Looking for a brace to support knee after surgery to repair upper quad tear from patellar
    • The patellar Stabilizer w/ butteress is mostly for patella tracking issues, not really quad tendon repair. Normally that is going to require a brace that can limit range of motion, like a post-op brace. Our TROM is a good option on or you could look at a hinged ligament knee brace that can limit range of motion too, like the Legend.
  • From Tim at 12/4/11 6:27 PM
    • Hi, I have hyper-mobility and, owing to a lack of exercise, weak muscles around my knees. For skiing I use a rigid hinged brace that gives strong lateral support. I'm looking for something much lighter to provide general stability and confidence in the gym. Is this the right one? Thanks.
    • Hi Tim,

      Yes, the ProCare Patella Stabilizer w/ Buttress will provide stability and be useful at the gym. If your patella hyper-mobility in one direction (medial or lateral), I would suggest the DonJoy Lateral J knee brace. It will provide additional support if needed.

      If you have additional questions, please call 1-800-553-6019.

      Have a nice day.
  • From Fran at 1/25/12 4:15 AM
    • Is this brace a pull on or wrap?
    • This is a sleeve, a pull on style.
  • From gregg at 3/16/12 3:28 PM
    • what is the difference between the two buttresses?
    • •Choice of adjustable felt horseshoe-buttress or sewn-in tubular buttress
  • From Kathleen Elder at 4/21/12 8:26 AM
    • How does the felt horseshoe-buttress adjust?
    • Hi Kateleen,

      The adjustable buttress can be trimmed to create an individualized fit depending where extra support is needed.

      Have a nice day.
  • From Dawn at 1/9/13 4:08 PM
    • How is the horseshoe buttress to be position around the knee? Should the opening expose the area in question or should the top of the horseshoe cover the painful area? Thank you.
    • The horshoe, helps the kneecap track in the line that it should move in. The horseshoe will have the end open at the top.
  • From Ann at 12/2/13 2:16 PM
    • My thigh measurement is exactly 15 1/2" How do I know whether to choose the
      XS or the Small size?
    • Ann,

      I would suggest taking a measurement around your knee center and 6 inches below that. Then use the following more detailed sizing chart to decide on XS, S or possibly larger. Thank you for your question.

      Size Thigh Knee Center Calf
      XS 13" - 15 1/2" 12"-13" 10"-12"
      S 15 1/2" - 18 1/2" 13"-14" 12"-14"
      M 18 1/2"- 21" 14"-15" 14"-16"
      L 21"- 23 1/2" 15"-17" 16"-18"
      XL 23 1/2" - 26 1/2" 17"-19" 18"-20"
      XXL 26 1/2" - 29 1/2" 19"-21" 20"-22"
      XXXL 29 1/2" -32" 21" -23" 22" -24

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