Donjoy ACL Braces
Donjoy ACL brace products prevent knee injuries in sports and protect healing ligaments after surgery. Based on extensive research, Donjoy ACL knee braces are designed according to a thorough understanding of the need for preventing serious injuries, protecting the supporting ligaments surrounding the knee, and healing after an injury or surgery.
If you play sports or have recently injured your Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL), then wearing a Donjoy brace for ACL support is a good idea for protecting your knee from re-injury.
We carry Donjoy’s full line of functional braces to help support the knee in both lightweight aluminum and feather-lite carbon fiber for maximum strength and a custom fit. Whatever your injury or favorite activity is we have a Don Joy ACL brace that will help protect your knee with every type of daily activity to high collision contact sports.
DID YOU KNOW
A person who has torn their ACL has a 15 times greater risk of suffering a second ACL injury during the initial 12 month period after having their ACL reconstructed, and the risk of an ACL injury to the opposite knee is 2 times greater than that of the reconstructed knee. So wearing a Donjoy ACL brace can help reduce the chances of reinjuring your knee after returning to contact sports.
Donjoy’s ACL bracing line features the 4 Points of Leverage design so each brace will provide maximum protection while you're playing sports. Many brace styles include Donjoy's ForcePoint Hinge design which has been clinically shown to reduce the time the knee is spent in the “At Risk” position for injuring the ACL ligament. The frame design keeps your knee safe and protected.
Here you’ll find Donjoy knee braces for ACL protection including the Defiance, Defiance III, Fullforce, Armor, SE-4 Point, and Renegade style braces for football, soccer, skiing, basketball, golf, motocross, tennis, running, and more.
Need help? Our physical therapist and product experts can help you find the right Donjoy functional ACL knee brace for your particular activity or use our filters to choose the right style brace for your needs.
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