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DonJoy Tru-Pull Lite Knee Support Brace: Left Leg, XXX-Large

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Product description

The DonJoy Tru-Pull Lite Knee Brace is an extremely comfortable patella (kneecap) support brace for mild to moderate patellar dislocations. This low-profile patella support brace is designed with pull straps above and below the patella. This puts a "true" and consistent pull on the kneecap during flexion and extension, which realigns the patella. By properly aligning the kneecap you reduce the pain that comes with patellofemoral problems like dislocating your kneecap. The DonJoy Tru-Pull Lite is made of Breath-O-Prene, which is an anti-microbial wicking fabric that is hypoallergenic, breathable, and lightweight. It provides a soft tacky connection with the patella ensuring maximum support, while the independent anchors prevent the brace from rotating. Includes removable plastic hinges, to provide additional medial/lateral stability. The DonJoy Tru-Pull Lite knee brace is ideal for runners, recreational athletes, or individuals who are looking for extra patella support during their daily activities.


From the manufacturer

THE DONJOY LEGACY

The roots of DonJoy Performance lie in the rich sports medicine history of DJO Global, the brand's parent company. Founded as DonJoy in 1978 by Mark Nordquist, the Philadelphia Eagles' offensive line captain, and Ken Reed, a local lawyer, the company started out designing and producing simple sleeves made of sewn-together neoprene that were pulled over the knee, ankle, and elbow joints for support.

Over the years, with massive medical research and development and exceptional technological innovation, DJO Global has grown in orthopedics and orthopedic rehabilitation, offering over one thousand medical devices that help people throughout the entire continuum of care, from injury prevention to rehabilitation.

The DonJoy brand can be seen every day at the elite level of sports, with bracing, compression, and protective solutions in the training rooms and on every field of play. Top athletes, trainers and sports physicians have all come to trust DonJoy.

DonJoy Tru-Pull Lite Knee Support Brace: Left Leg, XXX-Large

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After the End Fanfork[]

After the End Fanfork is a Crusader Kings 2 Mod based on the now discontinued mod "After the End". While the base setting is the same, the mod has changed a lot, becoming very different from its predecessor. This wiki will collect the lore created by the users and the mod itself, allowing for an easy exploration of the mod's content for all players.

Fanon guidelines for the wiki[]

Due to the nature of the mod, the wiki welcomes fanon. However, fanon has to respect some rules:

1. The content of Fanon has to be pointed out as such in the page. As a rule of thumb, canon events and descriptions are located under the == History == section, while fanon is to be located under the == Rumors == and == Legends == section.

2. The content of Rumors is supposed to be realistic, while the content of Legends can be more varied. A rumor is for example that the current emperor of the Brazilian Empire is a bastard an not the legitimate heir, while a legend is that the last king of New England rode a Jersey Devil in battle.

3. Remember to give a title to your fanon post. Use === Title === in the source edit mode, or the Subheading 1 in the normal edit mode.

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