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Game Ready(R) Announces Launch of Kineta(TM) and Kineta(TM) Cool Post-Op Knee Braces

Concord, CA (PRWEB) September 09, 2013

Game Ready®, the leader in active compression and cold therapy technology for injury treatment and post-operative recovery, today announced it is expanding its robust product line with the launch of the Kineta™ and Kineta™ Cool Post-Op Knee Braces. The product, which will be available to patients through physician recommendation and by prescription, represents Game Ready’s commitment to developing a full line of knee products.

The innovative Kineta Post-Op Knee Brace is designed specifically for patients who need support for knee instability injuries. It’s both lightweight and extremely durable, providing patients with superior comfort and confidence. The low-profile design and high-tech hinge allow for greater mobility, making the brace easier to move around or sleep in. The Kineta Brace also features an intuitive flexion/extension dial, and a push-button strut-length adjustment system allowing for simple set up and adjustment. The unique quick-release buckles on the brace ensure it’s both easy to put on and take off. The Kineta Brace is available in regular size and the Kineta Cool Brace is available in both regular and XL sizes.

“Knee bracing is arguably the largest bracing segment in the orthopedic market, and there was a need for innovation in the space that would help people get back to their daily routines faster,” says Craig Grabell, President and CEO of Game Ready. “Our new Kineta Knee Brace line is the ultimate in innovation and high-tech support for knee instability, and will set a new standard of care in post-operative knee recovery.”

The Game Ready System uses innovative ACCELTM technology to control symptoms, moderate pain and reduce swelling to enhance recovery to help athletes and patients come back more quickly after an injury or surgery. ACCEL Technology proactively aids lymphatic function, encourages cellular oxygen supply and stimulates tissue repair. The addition of the Kineta Brace to its product line, will allow Game Ready to help an even broader range of patients and athletes resume their daily activities faster following knee surgery.

Click here for additional information about the new Kineta and Kineta Cool Knee Brace line.


About Game Ready
Game Ready® (CoolSystems, Inc.) is a best-in-class sports medicine and orthopedic medical device that helps athletes and patients speed recovery from injury or orthopedic surgery. The system uses ACCEL™ technology to set a new standard in recovery, synergistically combining active compression and cold therapies in a revolutionary treatment system that gives healthcare providers the power to accelerate the body’s natural repair mechanisms. Game Ready is so effective, it can be found in the training rooms of virtually every professional sports team in the US, as well as the most elite orthopedic and physical therapy clinics around the world.

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