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ACL Brace

October 23, 2016 @ 8:00 am posted by Brace and Support Help


  • Off-The-Shelf
  • Functional Ligament Brace
  • Carbon Composite Frame
  • Optional Extension Stops
  • Full Coverage Grip Padding
  • L-1845 PDAC Approved
  • Light Weight
  • Strong
  • Comfortable


The Matrix Light functional knee brace is designed to protect and stabilize the ligaments of the knee.

This is an off-the-shelf knee brace that needs to be fit by a qualified medical professional.  The carbon composite frame can be molded with a heat gun, so practitioners can bend and flare the shells.  This is a strong, lightweight knee brace that is easy for patients to use.  A low-profile ICR hinge closely mimics natural knee motion.  Full coverage comfort grip padding prevents migration and pressure reducing strap pads ensure comfort.

Order through the website or we can set up an account for you with discounted pricing with the manufacturer.  L-1845 PDAC approved!



  • ACL Instabilities
  • PCL Instabilities
  • MCL Instabilities
  • LCL Instabilities
  • Sports Protection
  • Patients Who Experienced Reconstructive Knee Surgeries
  • Patients Who Experienced Ligament Injuries

Learn more about the Matrix Functional Knee Brace.


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Functional Knee Brace

February 16, 2016 @ 11:37 am posted by Brace and Support Help

matrix lite

The Matrix Lite is an off-the-shelf functional knee brace.  A functional knee brace is also known as an ACL brace.  The Matrix Lite is designed to protect and stabilize a ligament deficient knee.

The Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) are prone to injury.  A functional knee brace like the Matrix Lite can help protect and stabilize the knee when one or more of these ligaments get injured.

Functional knee braces should only be fit by certified orthotists, never sales representatives.  Many times sales representatives will measure, fit, and bill for these medical devices.  This is a horrible idea.  You should only trust your knees to credentialed professionals who have gone to school, completed a residency, and have been properly trained in bio-mechanics and orthotic devices.  Look for people with CO or BOCO after their names.  Most athletic trainers did not go to school to learn about fitting knee braces, though many do.  If your health insurance is being billed for a functional knee brace, make sure you get measured and fit by an orthotist.

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