From runner's knee to patella subluxation, FreeSport™ and FreeRunner™ knee braces are designed to help athletes like you return to your personal best.

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FreeRunner

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Common Examples of Use >

  • Patella dislocation/subluxation
  • Chronic patellar maltracking
  • Patella tendonitis
  • Mild chondromalacia
  • Runner's Knee
  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Post lateral release
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FreeSport

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Instructions for Use (Wrap) >
Instructions for Use (Sleeve) >

Common Examples of Use >

  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Patellar maltracking
  • Patellar tendonitis
  • Mild chondromalacia
  • Runner's Knee
  • Post lateral release
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Patellofemoral knee conditions are best diagnosed and treated by a health care professional (HCP). Your HCP may be a sports medicine physician, an orthopedic surgeon or a physical therapist. These are common specialties, so there may be many of these professionals in your area. To find an HCP, consider their location, whether you were referred by another health care professional, if the doctor participates in your insurance plan, and whether the professional uses knee bracing to treat patellofemoral conditions.

 
For a Sports Medicine Physician
  1. Ask your primary care physician for a referral to a doctor who specializes in sports medicine.
  2. If you don't have a doctor who can give you a referral, go to the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) website and search for sports medicine doctors in your state. Here's how:
    1. Go to the lookup feature on the AOSSM website: Find a Sports Medicine Orthopedist
    2. On "Choose a search method," select "Zip Code."
    3. In the "Search By Zip Code" box, enter your zip code and search by distance from your home.
    4. Click the "Search" button.

      Find a Physician
For an Orthopedic Surgeon
  1. Ask your primary care physician for a referral to a doctor who specializes in orthopedics.
  2. If you don't have a doctor who can give you a referral, go to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) website and search for orthopedic doctors in your state. Here's how:
    1. Go to the lookup feature on the AAOS website: Find an Orthopedist
    2. On "Choose a search method," select "Zip Code."
    3. In the "Search By Zip Code" box, enter your zip code and search by distance from your home.
    4. Click the "Search" button.

      Find a Surgeon
For a Physical Therapist
  1. Ask your primary care physician for a referral to a physical therapist (PT) who may be right for you.
  2. If you don't have a doctor who can give you a referral, go to the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) website and search for a physical therapist in your state. Here's how:
    1. Go to the lookup feature on the APTA website: Find a Physical Therapist
    2. On "Choose a search method," select "Zip Code."
    3. In the "Search By Zip Code" box, enter your zip code and search by distance from your home.
    4. Click the "Search" button.


    5. Find a Physical Therapist

Whether you′re moving from the couch to your first 5K or cross training to beat your personal best, Breg wants you to stay on your feet doing what you love. Check our events page frequently and identify up-to-date runs and activities near you.

April 26

Rugged Runner Challenge

April 26, West Palm Beach, FL

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May 3

Wings For Life World Run, Sunrise, FL

May 3, Sunrise, FL

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May 9

Girls on the Go, San Diego

May 9, San Diego

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May 14

Blues Run & Music Fest

May 14, Cambridge, MA

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May 16

Jubilee Run For Cancer

May 16, Montgomery, AL

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June 6

60th Annual Fontana Days Run

June 6, Fontana, CA

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July 11

Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon and 5k

July 11, Portland, MN

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Disclaimer

The materials on this website are for your educational information only. It is important that you discuss your knee condition and the potential benefits of using a knee brace with your doctor. Only your doctor can determine whether you are a suitable candidate for the FreeRunner or FreeSport.

Before wearing any knee brace, carefully read all fitting instructions and warnings to ensure proper performance of the brace. Braces are for single patient use only. If you experience increases pain, swelling, skin irritation or any adverse reactions while using a Breg knee brace. Immediately consult your medical professional.



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