Sports Braces & Supports


The Reak R&D Team actively researches wrist injuries frequently happened during sports activities, studies thepossible protection solutions while try to minimize the impact to wrist flexibility. The wrist braces provide suitablesupport and protection to wrist joint, improve the concentration of strength, allowing the wrist to exert strength more efficiently, and thus minimize the fisk of wrist soft tissue injuries during sports activities.


The elbow joint connects upper arm and forearm, allowing the arm to do various complex movements such asflexion/extension and supination/pronation. The Reak design team focues on improving elbow performance with technologies such as special silicon gel pads and stretching materials, which ease the burden on tendons and help cushion the impact on tendons when force is applied. Specially designed protective gear can keep the ex-tension of the elbow muscle in a reasonable range, reducing large radial swinging movements that can cause excessive stretching.


The back supports the body's vertical posture and keeps the upper body balanced and cushioned from ground impact. Reak's back supports use strong metal supports discs or plastic-steel elastic discs that allow the back support to substaintially reduce the load on the spine, Appropriate elastic binding material can help the back maintain optimal position that puts the smallest load ont the lumbar.


The knee is a compound joint formed by the femoral and tibia bones and the patella. It can be compared to a spring as it cushions and absorbs reactive force during motion. Shocks, falls and collisions during excessive training or exercise can increase the potential for injuring the knee joint.
Our Sports Medicine team stresses the maintenance of the shock-absorbing capability of joints. During dynamic knee performance, straps and medial lateral hinges or stays are used to strengthen the spring-like characteristics of a knee brace. The knee braces with patella opening and silicon pad design help enhance stability and relieve pressure on injured knees.

Thigh & Calf

The muscles of the legs maintain balance and coordination of the body during motion. Reak's Sports Medicine team studies the dynamic performance of the legs under all kinds of conditions and uses the compression of a support brace to strengthen the support capabilities of the legs. Protective gear also helps reduce the impact from reaction to sudden movement or exercise on the muscles of the thighs and calves. After an injury, the leg braces can effectively slow swelling and relief pain. It helps maintain the extension of muscles within a more reasonable range, cushioning the force of excessive stretching.


The ankle guides the performance of the body's most basic movements and exercises. It is the most crucial body part for cushioning the body's weight from impact with the ground. Based on the characteristics of the ankle's structure during the performance of different activities, Reak's sports medicine team designs ankle braces that can raise overal ankle stability, cushion the ligament from strains caused by excessive stretching. In addition to preventing injuries, these braces can also enhance althletic performance, restrict the movement of the ankle after an injury, and reduce the load on an injured area during a recovery period.