Seattle Systems Unveils New CRUISER™ Knee Brace

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Seattle Systems unveiled its new lightweight knee brace designed to treat osteoarthritis at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) February 5-9 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Seattle Systems Cruiser" Brace provides corrective force, and thus pain relief, when weight-bearing, but relaxes when the patient flexes the knee, thus providing even more comfort. Made with a strong fiberglass composite shell, the Seattle Systems Cruiser Brace comes cushioned by the high-quality Seattle Systems standard liner. The innovative hinge design provides 20 degrees of valgus/varus alignment adjustability (10 degrees in either direction). Custom models are thermoformed to the patient's leg, using the latest CAD/CAM technology and are available in 15 vibrant colors. Off-the-shelf models come in an attractive pewter metallic color.

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