CFM Comfortland Medical CL 301 Accord Ankle Brace III P9256835CFM-CL-301-2-L Comfortland Medical CL 301 Accord Ankle Brace III Manufacturer Part Number: CL-301 9256835 1.50lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Comfortland Medical CL-301 Accord Ankle Brace III

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Product Description
Manufacturer Part Number: CL-301

Accord III Ankle Brace

The Accord ankle brace III (CL-301) offers more stability than regular ankle supports; providing the foundation for successful ankle injury treatment.It is a low-profile, lightweight device that prevents abnormal ankle inversion, eversion, and rotation while allowing natural, unrestricted dorsi and plantar- flexion.The combination of soft goods with a rigid foot plate andadjustable calf cuff provide unsurpassed levels of control and support. The Accord III also features a detachable posterior panel that stops just below the knee, givingpatients the option for added support.

Application Instructions
PDAC Approval Letter

Product Overview
Sugg HCPC: L1971

Acute and chronic ankle sprains
Ankle instability
Syndesmosis sprains

Front closure for easy application
Rigid uprights and functional hinge
Removable posterior support panel

Part #Size
CL-301-2-LSmall Left (M up to 8, W up to 9)
CL-301-2-RSmall Right (M up to 8, W up to 9)
CL-301-3-LMedium Left (M 8.5- 12, W 9.5- 13)
CL-301-3-RMedium Right (M 8.5- 12, W 9.5- 13)
CL-301-4-LLarge Left (M 12+, W 13.5+)
CL-301-4-RLarge Right (M 12+, W 13.5+)

Part #Description
CL-301-PPosterior support panel
CL-301-E-LCalf cuff extender (Left)
CL-301-E-RCalf cuff extender (Right)

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