Support Your Knees: Explore Artik Med's Knee Braces

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The knee is one of the most common joints that have issues at one point in a person’s life. It’s also the most common area of the body that’s affected by osteoarthritis, which is prevalent in older adults. Medical knee supports help relieve knee pain and increase your mobility, giving you an increased sense of confidence to go about your day.

The type of orthopedic knee product you need will depend on the issue you’re experiencing. Under your doctor’s oversight, using a medical knee brace can assist with several problems such as sprains, cartilage/meniscus tears, arthritis, and more. The types of products will support and stabilize the knee to prevent injuries or keep them from getting worse.

Knee pain can occur as a result of:

●  Overuse or repeated stress

●  Gout

●  Arthritis

●  Sports injuries

●  Multiple sclerosis

●  Osteoarthritis

●  Cartilage/meniscus tears

●  ACL/MCL injuries

●  Tibia, fibula, or patella fractures

●  Knee instabilities

●  Ligament derangement

●  Valgus and varus knee corrections

●  Post-surgery recovery

●  Tendon ruptures and more.

Do you think you could benefit from wearing a knee brace? Reach out to your doctor if:

●  Have trouble bearing weight on your knee.

●  Your knee feels unstable.

●  Inability to flex or fully extend the knee.

●  Have visible swelling

●  Experience pain doing basic movements.

Our knee braces are universal in size and feature multiple range-of-motion positions to offer support and comfort to restore your mobility. If you’re not sure what product is right for you or if you’re eligible for insurance coverage, Artik Medical Supply will provide the guidance you need. We can even communicate with your doctor to determine the best knee orthopedic brace for you.

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  • Adjustable hook-and-loop strapping system for personalized fit
  • Simple button system adjusts flexion and extension for finely-tuned
  • ROM Lightweight, breathable material reduces chafing and allows the skin to breath
  • Protective cover prevents accidental alterations to Post-Op Knee Brace
  • Bilateral design can be used for both left and right legs
  • The Adjustable ROM Knee Brace allows you to easily change the brace’s range of motion to accommodate your activity levels or therapeutic needs.
  • The simple system increases flexion or extension in small increments, allowing the test setting and finely pinpoint the proper ROM for you, with the assistance of a physician.
  • Neoprene
  • Chloroprene rubber
  • Nylon
  • Spandex
  • Polypropylene
  • Aluminum – Polyvinyl chloride
  • Thermoplastic rubber
  • Polyoxymethylene
A man wearing a knee brace on his knee.
A woman with a knee brace.


Aryse Metforce OA Knee Brace utilizes a supportive, lightweight frame with a customizable range of motion (ROM) hinge to provide support for knee pain, varus and valgus corrections, and knee injury recovery. It is recommended for pain relief, ligament injuries, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fractures, multiple sclerosis, joint instability, varus or valgus corrections, and more.

  • This has adjustable range of motion
  • It is supportive and lightweight
  • Universal
  • Unfasten and loosen straps
  • Align hinge with center of involved knee joint
  • Starting with strap 1, secure and fasten straps in numerical order. Each strap may be tightened further by cutting straps and reattaching fasteners
  • Use Allen wrench provided for minor varus/valgus adjustments to hinge

The range of motion positions are customizable with the included block kit but should only be adjusted by a medical professional.

  • Use screwdriver provided to loosen/remove screws on outside of hinge
  • Insert stops to customize flexion/extension degree.
  • Place a stop on posterior (back) side of hinge for desired degree of flexion and place a stop on anterior (front) side of hinge for desired degree of extension
  • Reinsert screws into hinge cover to hold stops in place


The ARYSE TRU-RANGE KNEE features multiple range-of-motion (ROM) positions to provide support for injury recovery.

ACL/MCL injuries, cartilage/meniscus tears, chondromalacia of patella, fractures of patella, fractures of tibia and/or fibula, hyperextension, knee ligament derangement, knee rehabilitation, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, post-surgery recovery, rheumatoid arthritis, sprains, among others

Bilateral and universal, sturdy range-of-motion (ROM) hinges with multiple settings, lightweight, breathable, and comfortable

Neoprene, chloroprene rubber, nylon, spandex, polypropylene, aluminum, polyvinyl chloride, thermoplastic rubber, polyoxymethylene

  • Unfasten straps of brace
  • Align brace hinges with sides of involved knee
  • Wrap brace around thigh and calf
  • Secure hook-and-loop straps and tighten to desired comfort level


Consult with your medical professional before adjusting range-of-motion (ROM) positions.

  • Unfasten straps of brace
  • Lay brace out flat with interior view facing up
  • Separate front and back brace components
  • Reattach brace components to fit knee circumference
  • Determine if brace is appropriately sized. If not, return to step 1
A man is putting on a knee brace.
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The ARYSE DELTALOCK+ KNEE is a lightweight, breathable brace that provides support for cartilage/meniscus tears, fractures of the distal femur, fractures of the patella, fractures of the tibia and/or fibula, hyperextension, knee instabilities, knee ligament derangement, multiple sclerosis, patella dislocations, patella subluxations, sprains, tendon ruptures, and more.

Frequently Asked Questions About Knee Braces

Knee braces are made of various materials such as chloroprene rubber, neoprene, spandex, nylon, polypropylene, thermoplastic rubber, aluminum, polyvinyl chloride, and polyoxymethylene.

Straps should be undone, the brace hinges should line up with the sides of the injured knee, the brace should be wrapped around the thigh and calf, the hook-and-loop straps should be secured, and the brace should be tightened to the patient’s comfort.

Knee braces can help with various knee conditions such as cartilage/meniscus tears, ACL/MCL injuries, tibia, fibula, or patella fractures, knee instabilities, ligament derangement, valgus and varus knee corrections, post-surgery recovery, tendon ruptures, and more.

You should consult your doctor about wearing a knee brace if you have trouble bearing weight on your knee, your knee feels unstable, you have an inability to flex or fully extend the knee, you have visible swelling, or you experience pain doing basic movements.

Knee braces are typically categorized as preventative, functional, rehabilitative, or unloader/offloader.

Listen to your body to determine if the knee brace has the desired effect, and then work on enhancing your technique, strengthening, and stretching the joint.

The different types of knee braces offered at Artik Med include the Tru-Range+ Post-OP Knee, the Aryse Metforce OA Knee Brace, the Aryse Tru-Range Knee brace, and the Aryse DeltaLock+ Knee brace. 

Wearing a knee brace can offer several benefits, such as reducing pain, controlling swelling, restoring stability to the joint, improving function, protecting against re-injury, and ensuring a safe return to exercise.

Yes, you can wear a knee brace all day, but it is important to consult your doctor about the appropriate duration of use for your specific condition.

The duration of knee brace use depends on your specific condition and the type of brace you are using. Talk to your doctor about how long you should use it for your health issue.