Knee Brace - Introducing The DonJoy Playmaker

Chicago, Illinois (PressExposure) August 19, 2008 -- Do Not let your knee stop you from doing the activities you want to do!

The DonJoy Enhanced Drytex Playmaker knee brace is excellent for helping to control all major types of knee instability. It is designed to help treat patients with moderate ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL instabilities/laxities. It is also rugged enough design that it can be used in contact sports. The DonJoy Enhanced Drytex Playmaker knee brace is the knee brace Jerome Bettis ("The Bus") of the Pittsburgh Steelers wore after he ruptured his MCL (Medial Collateral Ligament) to help him return to play.

The DonJoy Playmaker is designed to give your knee stability in many directions (front/back and side-to-side). It supports your knee and its ligaments to help promote healing, if you have been injured. Moreover, this brace provides long-term support for ligaments that have been torn and not reconstructed (such as an ACL). If you have had surgery and want some extra support when you return to sports, this is the knee brace for you.

Life can not always just slow down because you have hurt your knee. Even if you do slow down a little, that's ok, but to help you feel more stable a knee brace can be the perfect addition to your daily activities to bring back knee stability, to help reduce pain, and to give you confidence again in your activities.

If you would like to learn more, then check us out online. Dr. Brace Co. offers a wide variety of knee brace options. We have very reasonable prices. Visit us at http://www.drbraceco.com

About Dr. Brace Company

Dr. Brace Company was created by real brace specialists that has helped thousands of people get the best brace for their personal needs. We are
American Board Certified brace specialists. To learn more about the best knee brace for you, visit us online at http://www.drbraceco.com

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Press Release Submitted On: August 09, 2008 at 3:18 am
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