Hypex Lite Knee Brace

Knee Orthosis with 4 point principle and extension-/flexion limitations

Hypex® Lite Knee Brace
Lateral joint (polycentric)
Medial joint (monocentric)


  • Collateral ligamnet injuries
  • ACL and PCL ruptures
  • Meniscus injury
  • Femur condyle fracture
  • Patella fracture
  • Tibia plateau fracture
  • Condition after meniscus reconstruction
  • Condition after microfracturation, Pridie drilling
  • Condition after abrasion chondroplasty
  • Condition after cartilage transplantation
  • Condition after osteotomies (procedures)
  • Patella luxation
  • Moderate instability of the knee
  • Multiligamentous instability
  • Genu recurvatum


  • Physiological motion sequence through combined arrangement of joints
  • Anatomically formed joint rods and shells
  • Individually adjustable straps
  • Limits may be adjusted without tools
  • Continuously adjustable extension between +45° and -15° to allow for physiological hyperextension of the knee
  • Flexion can be adjusted in 15° intervals up to 90° (max flexion 130°)
  • Continuous immobilisation between +45° and -15°
  • Easy handling and high wearing comfort

Mode of Operation

The Hypex® Lite Knee Brace stabilises and relieves the knee during conservative and post-operative rehabilitation. Straps and shells may be adjusted individually for high wearing comfort. The continuously variable extension limit between + 45° and -15° allows for individual terminal extension.


  • DE 199 33 197
  • EP 0 956 837
  • US 6,375,632

Size chart and article numbers

Name Length of thigh shell medial Length of lower leg shell Circumference of thigh Circumference of lower leg Article No. left Article No. right
Hypex® Lite 24 cm 26,5 cm 36 - 66 cm 27 - 47 cm 804A-L 804A-R
Hypex® Lite Short 18-21cm 20 - 23 cm 36 - 63 cm 27 - 45 cm 802A-L 802A-R

Hypex Lite – For all stages of rehabilitation

The Hypex® Lite Knee Brace is used during all stages of rehabiltation - from post-surgical/post-trauma to full recovery and enables an individual step by step adjustment until the physiological extension of the other leg is reached.
The degree of extension can be fixed at an infinitely adjustable angle, in order to avoid contractures at the early post-surgical stage.