Thuasne Access Three-Panel Knee Splint
Surgery on the knee can be a daunting process. It's important that you follow your medical practitioner's advice before and after your surgery takes place. If you've been told to immobilise your knee pre- and post-surgery, the Thuasne Access Three-Panel Knee Splint can be used in both circumstances and holds your knee in the extended position.
Who Can Make Gains with the Three-Panel Knee Splint?
Your knees are prone to injury, particularly if you play sports that put pressure on them. In order to ensure your knee is able to function fully again, it's integral that you stabilise your knee just after surgery to prevent re-injury. The Access Three-Panel Splint relieves pain while you stand or walk around, getting you one step closer to being able to play sports again.
Key Features and Benefits
- Immobilises your knee
- Holds your leg in an extended position
- Ideal for use before and after surgery
- Stylish black design so splint can be worn outside
- Helps relieve pain while standing and walking around
- Straps to tighten the splint and better support your leg
- Immobilises most of your leg
- Three panels allow splint to adjust to most leg and thigh circumferences
- Prevents your injury or condition from worsening as a result of movement
- Open design at knee makes splint more breathable
- Available in four different sizes
Which Conditions Can the Access Immobiliser Help with?
Thuasne's Access Three-Panel Immobiliser can be used for the following indications:
- Post-knee surgery
- Pre-knee surgery
Covering almost the whole of your leg, the Three-Panel Knee Splint is ideal for keeping your knee in the extended position as it immobilises most of your leg rather than just your knee. This is perfect if you've sustained an injury or condition that can cause further damage if left to move around freely.
Sizing of the Three Panel Knee Splint
As the Three-Panel Knee Splint is available in four different sizes, you'll have to measure the circumference of your knee to find out which size will help immobilise your knee best. Simply measure the circumference of your knee in the middle of the patella with your knee slightly bent.
|Size ||Knee Circumference (cm) |
|Small ||50 - 60cm |
|Medium ||60 - 70cm |
|Large ||70 - 80cm |
|Extra Large ||Over 80cm |