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R.O.M. Knee Brace

Size Guide
Size Chart of D10
Size Guide
Size Chart of D10

Code: D 10
Sizes Available: Universal

R.O.M. Knee Brace controls and restricts the degree of flexion of the knee joint through a multi-point fixation system to allow a range of motion or immobilization to the knee. Universal design allows it to be used on most patients and for multiple orthopedic problems. The ROM knee brace is designed to fit both left and right leg.

  • Easy ROM angle adjustment
  • One size fits most
  • Sturdy and durable
  • Controlled motion or Immobilization at any angle
  • Controlling range of motion including immobilization and stabilization of Knee ligamentous injuries, mild to severe soft tissue injuries, and sports-induced injuries.
  • To restrict some knee movements to protect your knee during rehabilitation.
  • The joint can be locked to stop some bending and/or straightening of your knee.
  • The brace also provides some support at the side of your knee
  • Lightweight materials, 3D Cushion Pads, Adjustable for ideal fitting
  • Designed for comfortable use over long hours, relatively easy to wear with minimum assistance
  • Prevents the knee joint from unexpected load and motion v
    Postoperative treatment and rehabilitation  v
    Stability to the  weak / injured knee joint v
    To prevent an excessive range of knee joint motion  v
    Osteoarthritis of the knee  v
    ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL injuries  v
  • R.O.M. Dial with 0 to 120-degree flexion and 0 to 60-degree hyperextension. It provides locking at any angle or motion between any two angles, with intervals of 15 degrees. It has pleasurable locking, using an easy pull mechanism.
  • Neoprene liner with silicone coating enhances product grip, prevents slippage and migration of products. It provides high cushioning and comfort. Reduces discomfort of tight straps.
  • Ergonomic design, ROM Knee Brace is light in weight, has bilateral symmetry, can be used for either leg. It has a universal design, one size fits all. It is easy to wear and remove.
  • Straps with a reverse buckle mechanism provide controlled tightening, enhanced grip, and is easy to wear.
  • Range of Motion Knee brace comprises the fabric wrap for the calf and the thigh, made out of a three-layered neoprene bonded fabric.

  • ROM hinges of the knee brace contain ?Multi-Point Fixation Graduated Disc? (MPFGD) in the center connected to lightweight and rigid bars on both sides.

  • The MPFGD can be adjusted to any angle of flexion or hyperextension to ensure fixation of the knee joint at any angle or a controlled motion between any two angles by a simple pull and rotate action of the knob.

  • The angle between two adjacent pins is 10 degrees.

  • Technical Material: Aluminum, Polypropylene, Steel, Neoprene, Polyester, Polyamide.

How To Use
  • Ensure that both the hinges are upright as per the arrow mark and the bending is in line with knee bending.
  • Affix the two hinges on the two sides of the knee joint so that the centre of the MPFGD coincides with the axis of the knee.
  • Wrap the Velcro bands around the leg one by one, carefully passing them through the slots in the PP buckle on the hinge.
  • Fasten the Velcro strips with the reverse buckling to a comfortable, secure grip.
  • The angle of the knee or motion adjustment 
  • First, set the Flexion angle
  • Pull the knob lightly, rotate and release at the desired angle marked on the graduated disc.
  • Bend the knee and ensure the desired flexion angle of the knee is attained.
  • Then set the Extension angle.
  • Pull the knob on the extension side lightly, rotate and release at the desired angle marked on the graduated disc.
  • Repeat the above process for the other hinge.
  • Movement and Immobilisations:
  • When immobilization at a particular angle required
  • Move both flexion as well as extension knobs  to the exact desired angle on the graduated disc
  • When flexion movement is required between any two angles
  • Move the flexion knob to the angle corresponding to a higher degree of angle and the extension knob to the hole corresponding to a lower degree of angle.
  • The pins are affixed at the 0 / lock position when neither flexion immobilisation nor flexion movement is required.
  • When free flexion movement of the leg. Place the flexion knob at 120 degrees and the extension knob at 0 degrees.
Caution/ Recommendations
  • Check the sizing guide carefully, as this purchase cannot be returned for hygiene reasons.
  • Use the ROM knee Brace under the guidance of a qualified doctor.
  • Discontinue use and seek the guidance of a qualified doctor in case of
    • Impaired sensation 
    • Impaired blood flow 
    • Allergy rash or itching 
    • Pain Increases or persists
  • Misuse or improper device use can lead to adverse effects and decreased effectiveness.
  • Follow the instructions mentioned in the box carefully.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Adjust padding and strapping for a secure and comfortable fitting.
  • The product is preferably worn over a cotton lining or undergarment.
  • The manufacturer may change the item's colour/packaging to a new design. We will ship the latest product.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Graham Talbot (Adelaide, AU)
Best Knee Brace ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

I recently purchased the Tynor R.O.M. Knee Brace, and I am incredibly pleased with its performance. This knee brace has been a game-changer in my road to recovery after a knee injury. The range of motion it provides is outstanding, allowing me to gradually regain mobility without discomfort.

Overall, I highly recommend the Tynor R.O.M. Knee Brace to anyone in need of reliable and effective knee support. It's truly a top-notch product that has made a significant difference in my recovery journey. Thank you, Tynor, for creating such a fantastic knee brace!

Dear Graham Talbot,

Thank you for taking the time to write a review about the R.O.M Knee brace. We are thrilled to hear that the product met your expectations and provided you with just the right fit and quality you were looking for. Your satisfaction is our top priority, and we are glad that we could deliver a product that suited your needs.

Prakash Gautam (Perth, AU)

I recently underwent a patellar fracture surgery and was on the road to recovery. My doctor prescribed a knee brace for me to wear at all times, which cost me a considerable amount of money. However, the hinge on that brace eventually failed and I was in need of a new one.

I am grateful that the previous brace failed, as it led me to discover the Tynor ROM Knee Brace. From the moment I started using this brace, I noticed a significant improvement in my recovery process.

What sets this brace apart is the adjustable hinge for flexion and extension, which provides much-needed stability and support. The hinge on my previous brace was flimsy and made me worry that it would break. However, the hinge on this brace is sturdy and well-made, giving me a sense of reliability and peace of mind.

My recovery journey will take several months, but with this ROM Knee Brace, I feel confident that I can handle it with ease. I highly recommend this product to anyone undergoing post-operative knee surgery and looking for comfort and support.

Alastair Howie (Adelaide, AU)
ROM Knee Brace

Delivered on time. Very comfortable and stable. Exactly what I was looking for.

Ian Deayton (Melbourne, AU)
Knee brace

The ROM knee brace was delivered on time as scheduled service was prompt , the brace is very sturdy and I am just coming to grips with what it can do for me as I am awaiting surgery on that knee to remove some trapped ligament as I am very arthritic I am hoping in the long term it will be as beneficial as it is now

Gui (Melbourne, AU)
ROM Knee brace

The ROM knee brace is relatively lightweight, comfortable and easy to wear. After tearing an MCL, I've been using this for the last 4 weeks, 2 of which have been back at work. As a self employed carpenter, I've found the knee brace to function well, the only criticism I have is that the locking mechanism of the flexion and extension settings can get caught on stuff and move to the free position occasionally, I've broken one of them, yet it still locks into position, and the Velcro straps Allan be a little long. It's had a good test being that I've been quite active, so take that into consideration. It's been a great help in supporting and protecting my knee

Thanks so much for your feedback Gui!