March 02, 2018 2 min read
A knee support is used to support the joint, increase stability and where needed, reduce the range of movement.
If you are recovering from a recent injury a knee support can be great at protecting and offloading the joint. They also offer firm support for knee pain caused by arthritis.
Taking a long walk? Playing squash? Cycling? Mowing the lawn? A knee support will take some of the impact and reduce twisting forces. For knee pain around the knee cap kneeling and squatting can be made easier by using a support which includes a reinforced ring to offload pressure.
If you have an injury that isn't improving after 1-2 weeks then getting professional help at the right time can be vital in recovery. If you need advice on what your next steps are, get in touch with us today.
The road to recovery can be long, but it doesn't have to be! Get a physio approved Knee Support Brace to help manage your condition your way. Slowly regaining confidence in your damaged knee.
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