Product Highlight: Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap
Product highlights from Elite Medical Supply will provide educational information on the recommended usages for each product that we carry. Today on the blog, we are featuring the Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap.
Have you been looking for a knee brace accessory to keep your knee brace in the proper position? If you are, we have a product that was designed to maintain the desired position of your knee brace and minimize knee brace migration.
Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap
The Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap is a knee brace accessory that provides added comfort and helps reduce brace migration. It was designed for use with the following Aspen knee braces:
Whether you are looking to keep your knee brace from migrating or a comfortable layer to protect your skin from irritation, the Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap can help.
Additional information relating to dealing with a slipping knee brace can be found in our blog, Prevent Your Knee Brace from Sliding Down Your Leg.
The Knee Suspension wrap can be applied over a knee brace or against the skin before donning a knee brace.
- Apply over a knee brace
To apply the Knee Suspension Wrap over a knee brace, start by donning the knee brace as instructed by your healthcare practitioner. The knee suspension wrap is then applied over the knee brace above or below the knee. The knee suspension wrap will apply pressure to hold the knee brace.
- Apply under a knee brace
To apply the Knee Suspension Wrap under a knee brace, start by wrapping the knee suspension wrap around the calf or the thigh. Don your knee brace as instructed by your healthcare practitioner.
Applying the Knee Suspension Wrap under a knee brace can help mitigate skin irritation under the knee brace and will also keep the knee brace from slipping up or down your leg.
You can also try wrapping the skin under your knee brace with Ace bandage before applying the Knee Suspension Wrap or knee brace. The Ace bandage will provide an interface to reduce skin irritation.
For more information about maintaining healthy skin while wearing a knee brace visit our blog Keeping Skin Healthy While Wearing Your Knee Brace.
- Hand wash only at 86°F (30° C)
- Wash with mild detergent
- Air dry
- Do not use bleach or other chemicals.
To provide enhanced suspension of a knee brace.
Indications For Use
When additional suspension is required.
Do not use the product if any of the following contraindications pertain to you.
- Hypersensitivity or allergies to any of the materials from which the brace is made.
- Swelling of the lymphatic tissue caused by circulatory disorders.
- Patients who are not allowed to wear a brace according to medical instructions
Additional Product Info
Precautions relating to the use of the Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap are included in the patient instruction manual. The Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap instruction manual can be viewed by clicking here.
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The team of experts at Elite Medical Supply are here to answer your questions about the proper use of knee braces and the Aspen Knee Suspension Wrap. We offer quality knee braces and accessories so you can continue treating your condition. Our knee brace products can be viewed by clicking here.
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