Agilium Freestep knee osteoarthritis brace
Benefits at a glance
Thanks to its lightweight construction, the brace feels comfortable even when worn for long periods of time.
The Agilium Freestep is worn inside the shoe, so it cannot slip.
Discreet under clothing
The slimline design of the Agilium Freestep means it can be worn discreetly under clothing.
Easy to handle
The brace can be donned like a shoe, making it easy to use.
The brace is fitted around the lower leg. This means you can sit comfortably as the thigh is not constricted in any way.
• Unicompartmental knee osteoarthritis (genu valgum and/or genu varum)
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The patient guide provides general information on osteoarthritis of the knee. It also outlines the symptoms, progression and therapy options for osteoarthritis in the knee as well as helpful tips on what you yourself can do if you have osteoarthritis.
Generally yes. Water and contact sports are an exception, however. These types of sports should be avoided to prevent placing your fellow players at risk of injury.
We recommend sturdy footwear that extends a maximum of 5 cm above the ankle, ideally with a removable inner sole. Hiking sandals are also suitable. However, shoes with a heel should generally be avoided if you have arthritis.
The orthosis helps to relieve pain. This can increase your mobility and enable you to cover longer distances.
The orthosis is worn in your shoe, which guarantees a secure hold. The orthosis is also fixed to the leg with a skin-friendly strap.