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OPPO Medical Braces and Supports

OPPO Medical braces and supports are designed to prevent and alleviate pain from various parts of the body. They are comfortable, flexible and easy to wear, helping to reduce the risk of injury or further damage. Sizes vary as do styles with popular colours including beige, blue, grey and white.

Back and spine

OPPO back braces can help relieve everything from back pain and muscle strain to symptoms of conditions such as osteoporosis and spondylosis.

Supports are ideal for muscle weakness and soreness providing everything from extra lumbar stability to all-round comfort. Many of the supports available have a wraparound design that can be adjusted according to your needs with breathable elastic making each product easy to wear. Supports come in different sizes depending on the size of your back and provide a snug, supportive fit without being too tight.

Knee and ankle

OPPO knee supports also reduce the feeling of intense pain or mild muscle strains. They keep particular parts of the knee, such as the patella, in place helping to prevent soreness and dislocation. They can be worn for numerous common knee conditions and are regularly used as part of the postoperative treatment process. Supports do not typically interfere with regular movement and are padded for extra comfort.

Ankle supports from OPPO work in a similar way to knee supports. They are ideal for weak or overstrained ankle muscles and ligaments. They relieve pain caused by strains and muscle fatigue. Even stiff ankles or those with flexibility issues can benefit from an OPPO Medical supportive structure.


OPPO finger braces and supports can be worn if the ligaments are strained or if the finger itself is deformed in some way. Finger splints, in particular, keep joints in the right position and offer comfortable protection thanks to foam padding. Malleable aluminium splints grip the painful finger and can be adjusted accordingly.

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