0316 / KIDSLINE KNEE SLEEVE - OPEN PATELLA

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The OTC 0316 KidsLine knee support is excellent for use in athletic activities or as a general use post-injury support. KidsLine is OTC's family of Pediatric and Youth sized products. They are cut and assembled to follow the same anatomically correct profile as our popular adult versions, but are "right sized" to fit a smaller frame. Pediatric sizes will generally fit children from 2 to 7 years of age. Youth sizes will fit kids from 8 to 12 years old.


Indications Listed Below


• Perforated neoprene material is breathable and allows for comfortable long-term wear


• Four-way stretch material provides even compression over the anatomical prominences of the joint


• Opening over kneecap (patella) helps support maintain its correct position at all times


• Easy slip-on, slip-off application


• Latex free


• Available in royal (0316RB) or black (0316BL)


Product Features

NEOPRENE MATERIAL

Neoprene material

Perforated neoprene material is breathable and allows for comfortable long-term wear. 

NEOPRENE BUTTRESS

neoprene buttress

Opening over kneecap (patella) helps support maintain its correct position at all times. 


How to Measure for and Apply KidsLine Knee Sleeve

SIZEMEASURE AROUND THE BEND OF THE KNEE
SMALL10"- 12.75" (25.4 - 32.4 CM)
MEDIUM13"- 15.75" (33 - 40 CM)
LARGE16"- 18.75" (40.6 - 47.6 CM)
X-LARGE19"- 21.75" (48.3 - 55.2 CM)

Measuring Instructions

A. Measure around the bend of the knee

Application Instructions

1. Slip the support up and over the knee until the opening is aligned over the kneecap (patella).

KidsLine Knee Sleeve Measuring Location

Medical Applications

Review the accompanying chart to determine the product that best suits your needs. On the left, you will find a variety of injuries that OTC products are specifically designed to treat and prevent. On the top, you will find the product numbers of all OTC KidLine Products. If a red box is present where the column and row intersect, your injury is treated by the associated product.

MODEL NUMBER
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Sprains and Strains
Osteoarthritis
Chondromalacia
Patellofemoral Tracking
Mild Sprains and Strains
Mild to Moderate Sprains and Strains
Post-cast Support
Tendonitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
For wear post-fracture, sprain or surgery
Minor neck pain or injuries
Reminder against making sudden and painful movements
Relief from muscle tension
Whiplash
To shield a lower extremity cast from moisture
Shock and everyday wear

CRUCIATE AND COLLATERAL LIGAMENT INJURIES

The conditions shown below may not be treated by the product listed on this page. Please view the above Medical Applications Chart to determine what conditions this page's associated product treats.

ACL Injuries

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) helps maintain knee stability by preventing the tibia (shin bone) from sliding forward beneath the femur (thigh bone). It can be injured in any number of ways, for example: changing direction rapidly, slowing down while running, landing from a jump, and direct injury (such as in a football tackle). 

SYMPTOMS

• A “popping”sound noted when injured 

• Knee swelling within 6 hours 

• Joint instability 

• Pain on the medial (inner) side of the knee

PCL Injuries

Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injuries disrupt knee joint stability because the tibia can sag backwards. The PCL is usually injured by hyperextension (overextending the knee), or a direct blow to the flexed knee (the position of the knee when you bend the leg).

SYMPTOMS

• Knee swelling and tenderness in the space behind the knee (popliteal fossa) 

• Joint instability 

• Joint pain

MCL Injuries

The medial collateral ligament (MCL) is located at the inner side the knee joint. The MCL connects the femur to the tibia and provides stability to the inner side of the knee. Injuries to the MCL are usually caused by contact on the inside of the knee. 

SYMPTOMS

• Sharp pain on the medial side (inside) of the knee

LCL Injuries

The lateral collateral ligament (LCL) is located at the outer side of the knee joint. The LCL connects the femur to the lateral bone in the lower leg, the fibula, and stabilizes the outer side. Injuries to the LCL are usually caused by contact to the outside of the knee.

SYMPTOMS

• Pain and tenderness along the outside of the kneecap (patella)

• Possible swelling 

• Chronic pain and weakness


KNEE ANATOMY

soft tissues of the knee

A. Quadriceps Muscles

The large muscle group found in front of the thigh that traverses the femur and terminates at the supra-patellar tendon. The quadriceps muscles allow the knee to extend or straighten out.

B. Supra-Patellar Tendon

Attaches to the quadriceps muscles to the patella (kneecap).

C. Menisci (Medial and Lateral Meniscus)

Fibrous cartilage pads that distribute weight and provide a smooth surface for the joint to move on.

D. Infra-Patellar Tendon

Attaches the tibia to the patella.

Ligaments of the knee

A. PCL (Posterior Cruciate Ligament)

Attaches at the back of the tibia and the front of the femur. Prevents dislocation of the femur in a forward direction.

B. MCL (Medial Collateral Ligament)

Connects the femur to the tibia and provides stability to the inner side of the knee.

C. ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament)

Attaches at the back of the femur and the front of the tibia. Limits rotation and forward movement of the tibia.

D. LCL (Lateral Collateral Ligament)

Connects the femur to the fibula and stabilizes the outer side of the knee.



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