T-Scope® Premier Knee Immobilizer

Key Features

  • Easy to use ROM hinge with quick adjusting flexion and extension stops
  • Telescoping calf and thigh sleeves for sizing a wide range of patients from 5’ to 6’ 4” tall
  • Extension drop lock provides 5 positions (-10°, 0°, 10°, 20°, 30°)
  • Universal design fits both right and left legs
  • Trimmable straps for size customization
  • Quick clip buckles for easy application and removal
  • Comfortable padding throughout the brace


T-Scope® Premier Knee Immobilizer

The Breg T Scope® Premier Post-Op knee brace provides support and protects range-of-motion for patients who have undergone knee surgery, sustained a knee injury, or are experiencing instability.

Comfortable. Lightweight. User-friendly.
The Breg T Scope® utilizes a patented hinge to control the range of motion of the patient’s knee. The hinge has an easy-to-use extension lock that allows the brace to operate in five typical positions of knee extension.

One Size Fits All
This unique knee brace has telescoping calf and thigh sleeves for adjustable sizing, plus trimmable straps and lock clips so patients can customize and secure the right fit around their knee.

Sizing Chart

Model Measurement
T-Scope Premier 17″-27″, fits up to a 30.5″ thigh, universal Right or Left
T-Scope Premier XL 17″-27″, fits up to a 35.5″ thigh, universal Right or Left
T-Scope Premier, Full Foam 17″-27″, fits up to a 35.5″ thigh, universal Right or Left


Typical Indications

ACL, PCL, MCL, LCL repairs/injuries, Tibial plateau fractures, Osteochondral repairs, Meniscal repairs, Patella tendon repairs, Condylar fractures, Sprains and strains of the knee, HTOs (High Tibial Osteotomy)

① A recent meta-analysis concluded that knee braces decrease pain, joint stiffness and medication usage while also improving proprioception, balance, physical functioning and radiology grading in patients with varus and valgus knee osteoarthritis (Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2011;90(3):247-62).
② A clinical trial assessed whether unloader braces (those that modify joint loading with external stems, hinges and straps) are effective in treating osteoarthritis of the knee, and found significant improvements in pain, stiffness, physical functioning and disease-specific quality of life (J Bone Joint Surg Am. 1999;81(4):539-48).
③ A systematic review concludes that patellar bracing actively affects patellar tracking, significantly decreasing pain and improving functioning, by reducing compression on the patella’s lateral aspect as well as internal femur rotation (Cochrane Rev 2002.CD002267).
④ A 2005 study found that patients using patellar bracing demonstrated statistically significant increases in ROM and progressed to advanced weight-bearing exercises sooner and with less pain than patients utilizing exercise alone (J Orthop Sports Phys Ther.2005;35(4):210-219).
⑤ A survey of orthopedic surgeons regarding treatment of ACL injuries found that 97% prescribed braces for ACL- deficient patients, 87% for ACL-reconstructed patients, and that the prescribed duration of use was normally 9 to 12 months (Orthopedics.2003;26(7):701-6).
⑥ According to a randomized controlled trial of 98 patients that assessed the efficacy of intermittent and continuous traction for patients with knee osteoarthritis, joint traction was found to improve pain and physical function loss related to knee osteoarthritis (Clin Rehabil. 2013 Apr;27(4):347-54).
⑦ A study of 50 patients experiencing osteoarthritis of the knee found that Mechanical Traction had a statistically and clinically significant positive effect. Researchers noted improvement in functional outcome after application of Mechanical Traction and may be because of relief of abnormal pressure on nociceptive receptor systems, reduced stasis and edema, toned muscles, and restored elasticity and resiliency (International Journal of Science and Research. 2014 Oct;10 (3)).


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