Hip Abduction Brace is typically used after a person has dislocated his/her hip or after a hip replacement revision surgery. The brace holds the femur (thigh) in the hip socket. It is used to prevent excessive motion in the hip to promote healing
Hip Abduction Brace For Hip Stabilization & Hip Support Post OP Recovery.
Offers superior & firm hip support and stabilization for non operable hip disorders and postoperative, primary or revision total hip arthroplasty.
Provides controlled total Hip Range Of Motion Protection for maximum recovery.
Designed to prevent rotation of the hip for post rehab recovery
Easy to use ROM hinge with quick-adjusting flexion and extension stops to control and limit hip flexion and
Unique compression waist belt with double ergonomic lacer pull tabs that allows for maximum compression with
Stiff telescoping bars and overall brace design limits hip abduction and adduction
Telescoping waist and thigh sleeve design for sizing a wide range of patients
Innovative do-pull, dual-tensioning thigh strap for an easy fit
Lightweight and superior comfortable fit
Detachable waist belt that can double as an SI belt for back support following recovery
You Need This Hip Abduction Brace Support if You Suffer From:
This Hip Orthosis Brace is Perfect for:
Chronic hip dislocation stabilization
Arthroscopic hip repairs / Capsulotomy
Total hip & joint revisions
Hip joint surgeries, Reconstruction & Injuries
Gluteus Medius repairs
Post-op and non-surgical Hip use
Femular Acetabular Impingement (FAI)
Hip labral repair and resection
hip Microfracture procedures
Benefits You'll Get When Using Comfyorthopedic Hip Orthosis Brace Support.
- Improved hip stability & movement
- Offers Maximum hip joint Support & Comfort
- Controlled & adjustable ROM of immobilization
-Decrease hip pain symptoms
- Helps maintain control of the femur improving joint function
- Improved overall Mobility and Movement
Medical Studies Prove Hip Braces Improves Lifestyle.
"...Wearing the brace would appear to reduce the compressive joint reaction force at the femuroacetabular interface as indicated by a reduction in internal hip abduction moment along with immediate pain reduction in nine participants. Further long-term studies are warranted. Clinical relevance The brace rotates the hip in the transverse and coronal planes, possibly resulting in a decrease in load through the diseased area of cartilage. In some patients, an immediate decrease in pain was experienced. The brace offers an alternative solution for hip osteoarthritis patients not ready for a hip replacement...'"
PMID: 27117011 DOI: 10.1177/0309364616640873
Unique Features of Comfyorthopedic Hip Brace, Perfectly Designed for your needs.
Detachable Compression Belt: Anchors the hip joint and thigh cuff to promote optimal alignment
allows controlled hip flexion and extension adjustments
Telescoping Height Adjustment: accommodate a wide range of heights and body shapes
Stiff telescoping bars and overall brace design:
limits hip abduction and adduction
Abduction paddle with three-point pressure:
Helps to maintain the head of the femur in the acetabulum
Telescoping waist and thigh sleeve: designed for sizing a wide range of patients
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All our braces are cleared under Category I medical devices. This certification ensures our braces are of the utmost quality.
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8/10 of our brace users say they felt immediate relief and less pain in the first 24hrs of using our braces.
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What Our Clients and Practitioners Say
“This really helped me recover well after my injury when I fell down and had a labral tear it really reduced the pain and improved my mobility to walk around.”
“It simply works. With the correct adjustments, my patients show much improvement.”
Dr. Andy W. Bent,MD.
Comfyorthopedic Partner & Medical Practitioner
“It was exactly as the one offered at the doctors office for over $1100 and functioned the same. I am glad we bought it here and saved ”
The Williams Family
THIS IS HOW IT WILL SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM
It will prevent rotation of the hip and provide total hip range of motion protection.
Provides firm support and stabilization for non operable hip disorders and postoperative, primary or revision total hip arthroplasty.
Lightweight Breathable Neoprene Material
FDA Category 1 Medically Cleared Brace.
One Size Fits Most
Hip & Back Joint Compression support
Rated 4.8 / 5. Over 937+ Satisfied Customers
How Comfyorthopedic Hip Brace Stands the Test VS Others
Superior hip stabilization
Dual joints for hip flexion and abduction controlled range of motion
Length and height adjustable. Fits up to 54” waist circumference
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long will I need to wear a hip brace after surgery?
The length of time required to wear a hip abduction brace will depend on the type of surgery you had, the severity of the dislocation (and if there were any fractures), bone and ligament strength, your lifestyle and activity, age and unique anatomy. Most often a brace is worn between two and four weeks for surgery recoveries and a few weeks to a month or two for hip dislocations.
Does this come with Instructions to use ?
Yes, however, we strongly encourage you to visit your medical practitioner or health care provider, who will adjust it to SUIT your medical needs to maximize the brace's effectiveness. The instructions are broad and might not apply to your current condition.
How will it feel? Should I expect discomfort?
The brace may feel a little limiting. It is meant to stabilize the joint and prevent excessive movement. You will not be able to sit at a normal 90 degree angle, as 90 degrees is too much flexion (knee toward chest) for the hip joint at this stage of recovery. Sitting in a recliner or with pillows under your back may be helpful. (Helpful hint: try not to sit on anything too low to the ground as this is a difficult position to get out of with a hip brace on!)
If the brace is loose or moves, make sure that the straps are snug.
If the brace is digging into your hip, make sure it is positioned correctly and adjust the straps–they may need to be tighter.
If you experience pain due to the brace call your doctor, as the brace itself should not be painful.
You may experience pain as a result from the injury, be it a dislocation, microfracture or surgery.
Can you tighten the hinge so that it keeps the leg straight?
Yes, you can. It comes with inserts for the hinge to set the angle you want. Set your desired Flexion and Extension.
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