Surgeons today have training, techniques and equipment to ensure the best possible results. It is always my goal to help my patients return to an active life; unfortunately, after surgery there is a rehabilitation phase in which only the patient can determine his or her success. Knee surgery commonly presents the difficult task of knee straightening. If a patient is persistent with physical therapy, odds are greatly increased for a successful recovery; however, if rehab therapy is not taken seriously, a patient is more likely to encounter range of motion issues in the knee. This condition may lead to alignment problems in the back or hips and arthritis. Standard rehab techniques do not always achieve the desired results. In fact, straightening the knee can be a long and difficult process with discouraging results, despite ideal surgical techniques and rehabilitation. This is why the Air-Powered Knee Straightener was a necessary invention.
A patient came to me complaining of this condition. After months of exhausting rehab, and trips to the physical therapist, his leg was not fully straightened. Scar tissue was restricting range of motion in his knee, a fairly common occurrence. He was surprised by some of the primitive straightening techniques and lack of options. He explained that he was an inventor and asked me to be design consultant for a new and better knee straightening device that would be comfortable, air-powered and effective. I agreed to the project. Now finally the ultimate knee straightening tool is available, the “Air Straightener.”
The novel design of this comfortable air-powered device offers an alternative straightening method superior to all others. It’s light-weight, portable, easy to use, and most importantly, comfortable and effective. It’s also 100% guaranteed and made in the U.S.A.
As a physician, I am obligated to provide the best care possible. I recommend the new “Air-Straightener” portable therapy brace to my patients, especially athletes, runners and sportsmen.