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Orthopedic Dog Leg Brace for ACL 'Anterior Cruiciate Ligament' Injuries

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The patent pending A-TraC Dynamic BraceTM is the first brace of its kind introduced for dogs. “A-TraC” stands for “anti-transitional cruciate” brace. The brace prevents anterior translation of the tibia on the femur. Dynamic infers that the brace is not static in its design, and functions in a manner which allows for a select range of motion of the stifle joint (knee joint) against resistance. The brace therefore promotes rehabilitation of the limb and joint.
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Our dogs are like our family: we spend a large amount of time with them; they’re there for us when we’re upset, and they give us unconditional love. Unfortunately, when one of their legs is hurt or injured, they can’t tell you that they’re in pain. Great for owners seeking dog torn ACL brace solutions & surgery alternatives.

At WoundWear Inc., we’ve designed a state-of-the-art, comfortable, and easy to use dog ACL brace specifically for cruciate ligament-related injuries. Created to be an alternative to surgery, our A-TraC Dynamic dog knee Brace is made from Neoprene and Lycra. This dog ACL brace’s construction from durable but lightweight material, which still allows for the support that’s needed to stabilize the knee from further injury.

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When your four-legged friend is operating on three, it’s important to give them support that they need while still allowing them to be comfortable, which is exactly what the our K9 leg brace does. Considering whether or not your dog needs surgery to repair their torn ligament can be difficult to decide.

Things like age, expense, prior health issues, the risk of complications, and a long and restricted recovery time can all come into play when making this decision. However if you do move forward with cruciate ligament repair surgery, our K9 leg brace can be used to prevent further injury from happening after the procedure as well.

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With its softer, more mobile design, our dog leg brace is a great way to help your pup rehabilitate their leg while still being a dog. If you’re looking for more information regarding our best dog ACL brace or information related to measuring, prices, or ordering, feel free to give us a call today.

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Measuring is extremely important to finding the best and most comfortable fit for your dog. The best way is using a tibia X-ray, however there are other alternative ways if a tibia X-ray is not available.

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About Wound Wear's Brace

The patent pending A-TraC Dynamic BraceTM is the first brace of its kind introduced for dogs. "A-TraC" stands for "anti-transitional cruciate" brace. A perfect solution for owners seeking a proven-to-work dog knee brace for torn acl injuries. The brace prevents anterior translation of the tibia on the femur. Dynamic infers that the brace is not static in its design, and functions in a manner which allows for a select range of motion of the stifle joint (knee joint) against resistance. The brace therefore promotes rehabilitation of the limb and joint. Results vary, but on average your dog will see vast improvement. Wound Wear dog leg braces for torn ACL is highly rated and recommended by Vets and dog-owners.

Does It Works With Cruciate Injuries

The Anterior or Cranial Cruciate ligament helps to hold the knee or stifle joint together. An abnormal forward shifting motion at the knee or stifle joint is the end result of tearing the anterior or cranial cruciate ligament. Lameness, or inability to bare weight on the affected leg initially results from the pain and swelling of the initial injury but subsequently results from the pain caused by the unstable knee or stifle joint.

The patent pending A-TraC Dynamic Brace® is the first brace of its kind introduced for dogs. Our brace is designed to treat canine cruciate injuries. A- TraC" stands for "anti-translational cruciate" brace which it prevents anterior or cranial (abnormal forward shifting) movement of the tibia on the femur. "Dynamic" infers that our knee braces for dogs are not static in its design. The A-TraC Dynamci Brace while preventing abnormal motion allows for normal motion against resistance to provide rehabilitation of the knee while it heals.

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How does it happen & affect my dog?

Anterior Cruciate ligament injury in humans always occurs as a result of trauma or injury. In dogs this injury can occur as the result of trauma or injury, but it can also occur as the result of wear and tear. Because the dog's back leg is always bent at the knee, there are constant stresses applied to the Anterior / Cranial Cruciate ligament on a day to day basis. Certain breeds such as the Mastiff, Labrador Retriever, and Rottweiler to name a few have a higher incidence of this type of injury, but it can occur in any size dog. Size may be a factor, but it is more likely related to some genetic or inherited biomechanical deficiency. Wound Wear dog brace for ACL tear injuries has been proven to work.

The visible result of an Anterior / Cranial Cruciate injury is always lameness. Either the dog does not bear weight on one of its back legs or only partial weight is born. This may be almost constant or it may be intermittent. There may even be days in between episodes of lameness. Lameness should always diagnosed by a veterinarian because there are many other medical problems that can cause lameness such as:

  • back problems
  • hip dysplasia (especially in younger dogs)
  • arthritis
  • avascular necrosis ( loss of blood supply to a bone)
  • bone cancers
  • penetrating objects of the pad or between the pads of the dog's feet.

What are the treatment options

Treatment of an Anterior / Cranial Cruciate injury is not very clear cut even within the veterinary community. Surgical treatment while it is almost always recommended is not necessarily always the best choice. As with any diagnosis treatment needs to be tailored to the individual. Just as in humans, one treatment rarely is beneficial to all. Many considerations such as:

  • Is there a partial tear or a complete tear?
  • Is this a working dog, sporting dog, or house pet?
  • Are there any complicating factors, such as damage to the meniscus or other orthopedic issues.?
  • Age and health status?
  • Size and weight
  • Owners ability to care for the animal after surgery or during rehabilitation
  • Owners financial status
  • Other factors

These considerations should all be taken into consideration by your veterinarian and your veterinarian should be prepared to discuss the benefits and risks of the various options. In humans generally a brace would be used for treatment unless the patient was a high level athlete. This would be followed be physical therapy and a brace for when the patient was to be more active. Our leg braces for dogs with torn ACL has been proven to exceed expectations and provide a faster solution.

All ligaments attach bone to bone. The Anterior / Cranial Cruciate ligament attaches the Femar to the Tibia at the knee or stifle joint of the dog's rear leg. Tear in this ligament causes instability of the bones these ligaments attach to.

Reestablishment of the stability of the joint depends on a number of factors:

  • Scar tissue can unite a torn ligament however the torn ends must remain close to one another in order to heal to the appropriate length
  • Maintenance of joint stability during the healing phase prevents continued re-injury and poor healing and maintains the proximity of the torn ligament ends.
  • Are there any complicating factors, such as damage to the meniscus or other orthopedic issues.?
  • Reestablishment of muscle strength around the affected joint. The large muscles which are at the back of the thigh and which attach around the knee or stifle joint of the dog contribute about 51% of the stability to this joint.
  • Size and weight
  • Restoration of proprioception. Injuries at a joint often disrupt the small proprioceptors (nerve cells) around the joint which provide a feedback mechanism critical in maintaining its stability. This feed back mechanism provides the dog information regarding the position of the joint based on the pressures applied to it. Restoration of proprioception in dogs and humans is known to be critical in preventing re-injury. Providing for normal range of motion and compression has been demonstrated to reestablish proprioception at the effected joint.

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