Types of common knee injuries include sprains, strains, bursitis, dislocations, fractures, meniscus tears, and overuse injuries. Knee injuries are generally caused by twisting or bending force applied to the knee, or a direct blow, such as from sports, falls, or accidents.
Dynamic Support Webbing Absorbs shock and shifts weight to alleviate knee pain.
Superior Comfort-Open web design and mesh backing allow for breathability.
Lightweight-Constructed out of elastomer, a blend of latex-free and neoprene-free rubber materials, this brace is ideal for all-day use.
Complete Flexibility-The brace can be worn on the left or right leg and with or without the sleeve.
The Extra Tall and Heavy Duty Knee Walker because while recovering from foot/ankle/Achilles injury is long, uncomfortable and very inconvenient. Stay mobile and recover better with the non-weight bearing Knee Walker equipped with locking hand brakes, rugged wheels and an extra tall, heavy duty frame that supports up to 400 lb. It’s going to be a long 6-12 weeks, suffer less and move more.
Thermoskin Elastic Knee Brace provides moderate and even compression, suitable for a range of day-to-day activities for weak or injured knees such as: walking, climbing stairs, squatting and even sitting. This support can also be worn during increased physical activity to help prevent pain or injury caused by general wear and tear of the knee. The Thermoskin Elastic Knee Support is also recommended in the first 72 hours of an acute knee injury to assist in reducing swelling and help in providing pain relief. It is recommended to ice the area to reduce inflammation in conjunction with the elastic knee support.
If you have leg swelling, vein problems, lymphedema, leg injuries, restless legs, are having surgery, are pregnant, stand or sit at work daily, travel, or just want healthy relaxation, then you need a Lounge Doctor Leg Rest™ today!
Improves Patella tracking
Stabilizes knee joint while active
Anti-migration gel feature
Medical Grade Compression
Post-injury and post-surgery instability