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Offline Lizzie - UK

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Innovation Sports CTi2 and CTi Edge Brace
« on: July 17, 2002, 12:29:06 AM »
Over the past 12 years I have had two braces that have been wonderful.  The first one was the CTi Edge Brace, which is an off the shelf brace but it was great for stability, weight and to be quite honest it didn't look too bad.

The second one, was the CTi2 which is custom fitted and that was even better as it was tailor made for me and I had it custom painted as well.

I got them from a shop that specialises in these American braces in the UK.  They are based in Wimbledon and I believe that they sponsor the UK waterskiing team and some others I can't remember.  They have special equipment to even guage how you are running etc and supply other braces for children, women & men and for osteoarthritis.  I believe that the KNEEguru has them on a link on this site.

I don't know what I would have done without them.  They allowed me to carry on a normal life.

If anyone wants to email me about the details or anything relating to the braces, I'm only too happy to reply.
Past History of L&R Knee
Bilateral OA
Medial Meniscal Tears
Lateral Releases & Medial Reefings
Ruptured LCL, MCL & PCL
Adhesions in the interconylar notch of ACL removed
Suprapatella plication
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Re: Innovation Sports CTi2 and CTi Edge Brace
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2002, 12:49:08 PM »
I to use and love my CTI2 , I also have a Townsend Rebel, 2 immobiliser's
2 ACL 'reco's', 3 'scopes', Pain, JRA, EDS, RSD, CMP, osetochondral defect & #, synovitis, adhesions, nerve damage, foot drop, MCL damage, tendonitis, fibrosis, ligament damage AGAIN, dislocations +++

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Re: Innovation Sports CTi2 and CTi Edge Brace
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2003, 05:32:33 PM »
D you know the name of the shop? I've looked around the site but cannot find the link.

It might be very useful as I am booked for surgery in August and am a short drive from Wimbledon.
Injured right knee playing rugby Jan 2001. Meniscal repair Apr '01 and then partial removal Dec '01. ACL snapped sometime after 1st op. Hamstring recon on 22 Aug 03.

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Re: Innovation Sports CTi2 and CTi Edge Brace
« Reply #3 on: July 17, 2003, 03:22:28 PM »
I got my brace from there too.  It's called technology in motion and the address is 132-143 Arthur Road, Wimbledon Park 0208944 9919.  Hope this helps

Michelle
Ruptured ACL, stretched PCL  tore meniscus and articular cartilage in feaky twisting accident in aug 02.  Arthroscopy sept 02. Had ACL recon 17/05/03, hamstring graft

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Re: Innovation Sports CTi2 and CTi Edge Brace
« Reply #4 on: July 17, 2003, 05:49:22 PM »
Hi All

Their website is -

https://www.technologyinmotion.com/

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Re: Innovation Sports CTi2 and CTi Edge Brace
« Reply #5 on: August 08, 2003, 01:59:21 AM »
Love my cti2 as well, but mine's kind of bulky.  True, it's custom made and it's really really tough, but goes from about half way up my thigh to halfway down my calf.  This is fine for serious sports like skiing or martial arts, but it's a hassle to put on just to do things like jet skiing or lighter activities.  Does anyone know of a brace that is as good as the cti2, but smaller?

K.
Complete PCL & LCL rupture, partial MCL rupture, December 2001 (car meets motorcycle - man meets freeway).  LCL reco 3/02 (donor graft), PCL reco 5/02 (donor graft).  Motorcycle, R.I.P.

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Re: Innovation Sports CTi2 and CTi Edge Brace
« Reply #6 on: December 04, 2003, 02:50:38 PM »
there is a cti2 called the aspire or they do a brace called the cti2 super short give them a call! i believe these are not so long!!