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Knee hyperextension occurs when the joint is forced out of its normal range of motion. This injury can affect one or more of the four major ligaments of the knee, the ACL, PCL, MCL, or LCL. This injury can occur to anyone but is most commonly seen in athletes who participate in contact sports. BioSkin Knee Braces are designed to address the pain and swelling caused by the hyperextension, as well as restore stability to the joint while the ligaments and tendons heal.
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  1. Hyperextension

    Knee hyperextension occurs when the joint is forced beyond its normal range of motion. This injury can affect one or more of the four major ligaments of the knee: ACL, PCL, MCL, or LCL.
    Common Symptoms
    • Severe Pain
    • Loss of Range of Motion
    • Instability
  2. Gladiator - Pull On

    The Gladiator uses a rigid ROM hinge to effectively protect the ACL, MCL, and other ligaments in the knee. The rigid strapping system firmly anchors the Gladiator to the leg, avoiding the need for longer, less comfortable braces. Pins in the hinges may easily be set to limit flexion and/or extension. When properly customized, the Gladiator may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 6136*

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  3. Gladiator - Wraparound

    Protect the ligaments in your knee with medical-grade compression and a 15 inch rigid hinge. When properly customized, the Gladiator may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 5136*

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  4. CrossFire ROM - Wraparound

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears. When properly customized, the CrossFire ROM may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 5180*

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  5. CrossFire Conforma - Pull On with Gel

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears.

    • HCPCS Code L1820
    • Product # 6188*

  6. CrossFire Aluminum - Wraparound

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears.

    • HCPCS Code L1820
    • Product # 5186*

  7. CrossFire ROM - Pull On with Gel

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears. When properly customized, the CrossFire ROM may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 6187*

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  8. Frontier™ Post-Op Knee Brace
    New
    Frontier™ Post-Op Knee Brace

    Weighing just 1.8 lbs, this telescoping knee brace with molded silicone pads offers comfortable post-operative immobilization or range-of-motion control.

    • Universal size with telescoping arms
    • Padded, moldable cuffs
    • Lightweight aluminum frame
    • Easily limit flexion and extension
    • HCPCS Code L1832/L1833
    • Product # 3135U

  1. Gladiator - Pull On

    The Gladiator uses a rigid ROM hinge to effectively protect the ACL, MCL, and other ligaments in the knee. The rigid strapping system firmly anchors the Gladiator to the leg, avoiding the need for longer, less comfortable braces. Pins in the hinges may easily be set to limit flexion and/or extension. When properly customized, the Gladiator may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 6136*

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  2. Gladiator - Wraparound

    Protect the ligaments in your knee with medical-grade compression and a 15 inch rigid hinge. When properly customized, the Gladiator may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 5136*

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  3. CrossFire ROM - Wraparound

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears. When properly customized, the CrossFire ROM may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 5180*

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  4. CrossFire Conforma - Pull On with Gel

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears.

    • HCPCS Code L1820
    • Product # 6188*

  5. CrossFire Aluminum - Wraparound

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears.

    • HCPCS Code L1820
    • Product # 5186*

  6. CrossFire ROM - Pull On with Gel

    Optimal support and control for knee instability, ligament injuries, and meniscus tears. When properly customized, the CrossFire ROM may be billed with Medicare’s prefabricated, custom-fitted codes.

    • HCPCS Code L1833
    • Product # 6187*

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  7. Frontier™ Post-Op Knee Brace
    New
    Frontier™ Post-Op Knee Brace

    Weighing just 1.8 lbs, this telescoping knee brace with molded silicone pads offers comfortable post-operative immobilization or range-of-motion control.

    • Universal size with telescoping arms
    • Padded, moldable cuffs
    • Lightweight aluminum frame
    • Easily limit flexion and extension
    • HCPCS Code L1832/L1833
    • Product # 3135U

  8. Hyperextension

    Knee hyperextension occurs when the joint is forced beyond its normal range of motion. This injury can affect one or more of the four major ligaments of the knee: ACL, PCL, MCL, or LCL.
    Common Symptoms
    • Severe Pain
    • Loss of Range of Motion
    • Instability
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