A member asked:

If you have osgood-schlatter disease, what would be the best knee brace?

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Dr. James Ferguson answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Some should never use a brace and some may need a long soft compression brace. The difference is determined by the findings on exam and the duration of symptoms. Talk it over with your doc. Using a brace without the need can produce muscle wasting in the treated leg.

Answered Apr 30, 2015

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