Reviews of the Donjoy Armor Professional Knee Brace with Fourcepoint
Monday, 18 September 2017 | Paul
At Health and Care, the Donjoy Armor Professional Knee Brace with Fourcepoint is one of our most popular knee supports. Constructed from light aircraft-grade aluminium and allowing you to continue with contact and extreme sports, it's no surprise that the support is so well liked. But don't take our word for it; read these reviews to find out what our customers have to say about the product. With a five star average rating, the Donjoy Armor Brace with Fourcepoint is sure to give you the support you need to excel.
"This brace works really well and has improved my confidence in running on the squash court." - Gordon
Gordon was suffering from knee instability before he got the brace, and this was causing him "significant mobility problems and post match discomfort." But now, he says he's "moving around the court faster" and no longer feels discomfort after a match. We're glad the Armor is serving you well, Gordon! Knee instability is a nasty condition, but the brace has been designed with a low-profile hinge and internally mounted straps to support you without impeding your performance.
"Perfect support for torn ACL...I would recommend this to anyone with this sort of injury." - Jacqueline
What glowing praise! The Armor Professional Knee Brace has been designed with four points of leverage to reduce pressure on the ACL and redistribute it to the four points. As this reduces the amount of time your knee is in an "at risk" position, it helps prevent ACL injuries.
"The brace is ace it gives great support. I am looking forward to snowboarding this year." - Jeremy
Jeremy says he's "well happy" with the Donjoy Armor Support with Fourcepoint. We hope you had fun snowboarding and you'll be back on the slopes again this year! The brace has uncompromising strength with a shield of injury protection so you have the confidence to go all out. It's even been recommended by the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society!
"My knee probably felt better at the end of the week [after using the support] than it did before the torn ACL." - Michele
At 48 years of age, Michele completely ruptured her ACL while skiing. After her "physio recommended this knee brace," Michele was "able to ski comfortably all week." Michele said she was able to ski at speed, which is exactly what the brace has been designed for: to push you to your limits. The Armor's ACL, PCL or combined instability (CI) strap configurations don't just protect you from ACL injuries; it can also help with other ligament injuries and instability. Michelle went on to say that "all in all I can't recommend [the brace] enough."
There you have it: a range of unbiased reviews for what we think is the ultimate knee brace. Click here to read more of our customer reviews for the product or to purchase the knee brace yourself.