Fusion® Women’s provides patients with protection for the ACL, PCL and collateral ligaments. It’s ideal for normal daily activities and for athletes. This brace is not designed to address osteoarthritis (OA), this brace is designed to protect ligamentous injuries. Although the ligamentous and OA braces look similar, they are very different in how they work.
The Breg Women's Fusion Knee Brace is a specifically designed just for women. It is designed to protect a woman's knee and leg when doing normal activities or playing sports. The brace can help prevent injuries to the ACL, PCL, and other important parts of the knee.
The brace is comfortable and flexible, so it can move with the leg while running or doing other activities. The brace has special padding to help air flow and keep the leg cool.
If you have struggled to find a brace that does not slide down your leg, is comfortable, lightweight, and designed to fit a woman's body, you have found the right brace!
Breg Fusion Women’s Knee Brace Features
This brace is designed using ProForm™ technology, which creates a comfortable, precise fit that won’t compromise mobility and helps to align and support the knee.
- AirTech™ Frame pads – innovative windows and channels in the pad permit cooling air flow while allowing moisture and heat to move away from the skin
- Pivot Point Strap tabs – pivoting strap tabs allow straps to contour to the leg for superior fit, comfort and suspension
- Lightweight and comfortable for sports and daily activities.
- Shorter medial thigh cuff than the traditional Fusion for a better fit; 12 1/2 inches on the medial (inner) side on all sizes.
- Contoured frame padding resists pinching and skin irritation while enabling a precise fit.
- Easily adjustable/removable straps ensure a proper fit.
- Pivot point strap tabs allow the straps to pivot with leg movement for enhanced comfort during motion.
- Seven sizes - please see our sizing chart tab above for important sizing guidelines
Why is it important to have a gender specific brace?
What is a "knee ligament" brace?
How do you Size the Breg Fusion Women's Knee Brace?
Breg Women's Fusion Knee Brace Size Chart
**We recommend being fitted by your PT or physician to ensure proper fit and function. **
How do you put on the Breg Fusion Women's Knee Brace?
Frequently Asked Questions
Breg Women's Fusion Knee Warranty
- 1 year warranty on the frame and hinges.
- 6 month warranty on all softgoods.
Billing information and insurance coverage
HCPCS: L1852OTS or L1845CF
OrthoBracing.com is set up nationwide to bill your insurance company in your particular state. However, we can give you a detailed receipt which will aide in your ability to file the insurance claim with your insurance carrier.
Is this brace covered by insurance?
It is best to call your insurance carrier directly and ask. You can give them the HCPCS codes above which should help them narrow down the search and give you a faster answer.
How tight should your brace be?
Snug but night overly tight. You do not want to cut off circulation. Additionally, the brace should not slide down your leg.
What size is right for me?
Please see size chart and sizing video. If those two resources do not give you 100% confidence, have your orthopedic surgeon or physical therapist fit you for the perfect fit brace for you.
How long should I wear my brace and should I wear it while sleeping? Is it okay to wear all day?
Depends. Ask your physician about your protocol. Most physicians advocate for several hours on and some time off. If your injury is severe, your physician might want you in the brace for long stretches of time initially. While sleeping: Generally, physicians do not recommend wearing while in bed but your situation my be different.
Does wearing the brace help with arthritis?
Generally, no. It is not an "OA" brace. It is designed to provide stability for ligamentous injuries.
*Hewett, T. E., Myer, G. D., & Ford, K. R. (2006). Gender differences in hip adduction motion and torque during a single-leg agility maneuver. Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 24(3), 416-421. doi: 10.1002/jor.20062
This study found that female athletes exhibited greater hip adduction motion and torque during a single-leg agility maneuver compared to male athletes, which may contribute to increased risk of ACL injury in females.