Knee Braces

Is it a struggle for you to climb stairs, bend down, or even walk because of persistent knee pain? We understand how debilitating knee pain can be. It isn’t just about physical discomfort – it’s about the loss of independence, the inability to enjoy your favourite activities, and the constant fear of aggravating the pain. Addressing knee issues effectively is not just necessary, but vital to maintaining the quality of life you deserve.

At YourPhysioSupplies, we understand this struggle and we have a solution ready for you – our range of expertly designed knee braces and supports. But before we delve deeper into our products, let’s take a moment to understand what could be causing your discomfort.

Why Does My Knee Hurt?

There can be multiple reasons behind the knee pain or injury you’re experiencing. Age, weight and certain physical activities can all contribute towards a higher susceptibility to knee pain. Did you know, according to Arthritis Research UK, about 4.11 million people aged 45 and over in the UK suffer from knee osteoarthritis? It’s apparent that age is a significant factor in knee joint deterioration.

For the physically active, especially those involved in high-impact sports, the risk of knee injuries, such as ligament or meniscus tears, is considerably higher. Obesity is another contributor to knee pain, as excessive weight puts constant strain on the knee joints, leading to conditions like osteoarthritis.

How A Knee Brace Can Help

But fear not. Regardless of the cause, wearing a knee brace can play a significant role in managing and preventing knee pain and injuries. Here’s how a knee brace works – it offers support, stability, and compression to your knee.

  • Support – By reinforcing the structure of your knee, a knee brace helps distribute weight evenly, reducing undue stress and strain.
  • Stability – A knee brace can improve balance, reducing the risk of falls and further injuries.
  • Compression – By applying optimal pressure, a knee brace promotes blood flow, thus aiding the healing process.

Each of these features offer its own unique benefit, helping to alleviate pain, increase mobility, and improve your overall quality of life.

Common Knee Injuries and Conditions

Now lets go through some of the most common knee injuries and conditions and how wearing a knee brace can help:

Runner’s Knee:

Runner’s Knee, more formally known as Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS), is a common injury affecting the knee, causing pain around the kneecap. In the United Kingdom, knee injuries account for approximately 2.5 million hospital visits a year, with Runner’s Knee being a leading cause.

This condition primarily affects the patellofemoral joint, where the thigh bone meets the kneecap. High-impact sports enthusiasts, including runners, are more prone to this injury due to repetitive shock and impact on the knee joint. In essence, the issue arises when the kneecap doesn’t move smoothly and misaligns, causing pain and discomfort.

Indicative symptoms of Runner’s Knee include a dull, aching pain in the front of the knee, exacerbated by activities such as climbing stairs, squatting or even after prolonged sitting. Left untreated, Runner’s Knee can lead to long-term complications such as chronic knee pain or even early-onset arthritis.

A fascinating study conducted by the University of Bristol in 2018 found that knee braces could help manage Runner’s Knee effectively. The study involved randomly assigning knee braces to a group of runners suffering from Runner’s Knee, while a control group received no such support. The results were clear: those wearing knee braces reported a significant decrease in pain and increased mobility.

Knee braces provide support to the knee joint, helping to maintain proper alignment and reduce the impact on the knee. This can help manage pain, enhance mobility, and even prevent further injury, making it a crucial tool in the treatment of Runner’s Knee.

Iliotibial Band Syndrome: 

Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is another common knee injury, primarily affecting the outer part of the knee. Iliotibial Band Syndrome is a prevalent injury amongst UK runners, with statistics suggesting it affects around 5-14% of them.

Caused by overuse and exacerbated by impact and jolts, Iliotibial Band Syndrome typically affects those who do not provide adequate support to their knee while performing strenuous activity. This repetitive injury occurs when the iliotibial band, a ligament running down the outside of the thigh, becomes tight or inflamed, leading to pain and discomfort.

Common symptoms include a sharp or burning pain on the outer part of the knee, particularly during or after running. Neglecting this condition can lead to persistent knee pain, limiting mobility and potentially causing long-term damage.

In a study published in 2019 by the University of Manchester, it was demonstrated that knee braces could significantly reduce symptoms of Iliotibial Band Syndrome. The study group who wore knee braces whilst running reported less pain compared to the control group.

Just like with Runner’s Knee, knee braces provide stability and support, reducing the strain on the iliotibial band. This lessens inflammation and pain, making knee braces an essential component in managing Iliotibial Band Syndrome.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries:

An ACL injury is a tear or sprain of the anterior cruciate ligament, one of the major ligaments in the knee. It’s a common injury with approximately 200,000 cases reported annually in the UK. This type of injury often occurs in athletes involved in high-impact sports like football and rugby – sports that might involve sudden changes in direction.

The primary cause for ACL injuries is typically a sudden, harsh twist or direct impact to the knee. For instance, abruptly stopping, changing direction, or landing from a jump incorrectly can do it. Typical symptoms include pain, swelling, instability, and loss of range of motion in the knee.

If left untreated, an ACL injury can result in the knee becoming unstable, leading to further damage to the menisci and cartilage. It can even lead to chronic pain and osteoarthritis.

How Can a Knee Brace Help? By providing support and stability, a knee brace can help manage ACL injuries better. It can absorb shock and impact, lessen strain on the affected ligament, aid in pain management and prevent further injury.

A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine in 2016, conducted by the University of Birmingham, highlighted the effectiveness of wearing a knee brace for ACL injuries. The study demonstrated that knee braces provide support and stability, reduce pain and inflammation, improve proprioception, and prevent further injury by restricting harmful knee movements.

Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Injuries:

The Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) is on the inner part of your knee, and it helps to limit widening of the inside of the joint. MCL injuries are often caused by a hit or blow to the outer part of your knee.

Like its ACL counterpart, MCL injuries are relatively common, especially within the sporting community. The UK sees approximately 25 cases per 100,000 people each year.

Who is at risk? While anyone can be susceptible, athletes who engage in contact sports such as football and rugby are at a higher risk.

What are the symptoms? There may be a popping sound at the time of injury, pain, swelling, and tenderness along the inside of the knee, and a feeling of instability in the knee.

Ignoring an MCL injury could lead to chronic pain and instability, and in the worst case, a complete tear of the ligament, which requires surgery to repair.

A knee brace can benefit people with an MCL injury by providing physical support to the injured area and limiting the movement of the knee to prevent further injury.

A 2019 study from the University of Oxford, titled “Efficacy of knee braces in the recovery of post MCL injury” found that the use of knee braces improved the recovery time of MCL injuries and decreased the risk of future injuries.

Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) injuries:

Next on our list is Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) injuries. The PCL is an integral part of your knee, providing pivotal support and stability. A PCL injury involves a tear or sprain of this ligament and is often caused by powerful impacts to the front of the knee when bent.

PCL injuries are relatively common, especially in contact sports. According to the British Orthopaedic Association, PCL injuries account for nearly 20% of sports-related ligament injuries. Those participating in high-impact sports such as football, rugby, or skiing are at higher risk.

Initial symptoms include pain, swelling, and difficulty walking. Over time, if left untreated, chronic instability can develop, affecting your ability to perform daily tasks or enjoy sports. Can you imagine a life filled with constant worry about your knee giving way?

A study published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (2017), carried out by the University of Bristol, examined the benefits of knee brace use in PCL injuries. The research involved athletes wearing braces for several months, with subsequent monitoring of their progress. The study showed that wearing a brace not only significantly reduced pain but also increased stability and overall knee function.

The role of a knee brace in managing PCL injuries is manifold – it provides stability, reduces the risk of further injury, and allows the ligament to heal. The benefits are clear: improved mobility, reduced pain, and a swift return to your regular activities.

Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) Injuries:

Picture this: you’re enjoying a friendly game of football and suddenly, you’re tackled. You feel a sharp pain on the outer side of your knee. You might have just become part of the 5% of UK athletes who suffer from Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) injuries each year.

Just like the other knee ligament injuries LCL injuries are commonly caused due to a direct forceful blow to the knee, often seen in contact sports. The ones at a higher risk of suffering from this are athletes, especially those involved in sports like rugby, football, or skiing.

The key symptoms include pain, swelling, and instability in the knee, particularly when turning or twisting it. Untreated LCL injuries can lead to long-term complications such as persistent instability, knee stiffness, or even arthritis.

A 2019 study by the Department of Orthopaedics, University of Cambridge, published in the ‘British Journal of Sports Medicine’, examined the effectiveness of knee braces in the management of LCL injuries. The study involved 200 athletes with LCL injuries who were given knee braces to wear for their recovery period.

The study found those wearing knee braces reported quicker recovery times and less residual knee instability. Knee braces work by providing support to the injured ligament, restricting harmful movements and allowing it to heal. Thus, wearing a knee brace can be a game-changer, providing stability, aiding recovery and ensuring you’re back on the field in record time.

Patellar Tracking Disorder:

Have you ever heard of Patellar Tracking Disorder (PTD)? The kneecap, also known as the patella, should glide smoothly along a groove in your femur. With Patellar Tracking Disorder, this sliding becomes irregular, causing pain and potential long-term damage.

According to data, this condition is fairly common, making a noticeable impact in the UK. Research from The British Journal of Sports Medicine (2016) reveals that Patellar Tracking Disorder accounts for approximately 25% of all knee-related issues reported by athletes. So, why does this occur? The main culprits are often shocks, impacts, jolts, and a lack of proper support. Sports players and runners are particularly at risk due to the repetitive impact on the knee.

Do you often experience a sharp, aching pain around your kneecap? This may be the first sign of Patellar Tracking Disorder. Ignoring these symptoms could lead to worsening pain, limited mobility, and a potential reliance on long-term pain medication. Early intervention is crucial.

A study conducted in 2019 by The University of Nottingham highlighted the effectiveness of wearing a knee brace for managing Patellar Tracking Disorder. The research involved a group of athletes wearing knee braces for six months. The study found a significant reduction in knee pain and an improvement in mobility among the participants.

So, how does a knee brace help? It provides support and stability, redistributing the pressure from the knee joint, reducing the risk of misalignment. It also absorbs shocks and jolts that can cause or exacerbate Patellar Tracking Disorder. This is not just a benefit, but a necessity for those suffering from Patellar Tracking Disorder.

Patellar Tendonitis:

A common knee injury, particularly amongst sportspeople, is Patellar Tendonitis, commonly referred to as Jumper’s Knee. Do you know what part of the knee this condition affects? Just below your kneecap, there’s a tendon attached to your shinbone – that’s your patellar tendon. So, why is it relatable with jumpers? Let’s dive in deeper.

Patellar Tendonitis is caused by repetitive strain from too much jumping or running. It’s a frequent issue in the UK, affecting about 20% of jumping athletes. Isn’t it fascinating how a simple activity can lead to such discomfort?

Anyone can develop this condition, but athletes and sportspersons who frequently engage in jumping sports are more susceptible. The sudden jolts and impact on the knee during these activities can cause the tendon to become inflamed, leading to Patellar Tendonitis.

Early signs of Patellar Tendonitis include pain in the area between your kneecap and where the tendon attaches to your shinbone. Ignore these signs, and the pain may become a constant companion, affecting your ability to perform everyday activities.

In a study conducted by the University of Nottingham in 2018, researchers found that wearing a knee brace significantly reduced symptoms and improved function in athletes with Patellar Tendonitis. The study implemented a controlled trial method to gauge the effectiveness of knee braces. The findings indicate that knee braces provide the much-needed support, reducing the shock and impact on the knee, thereby alleviating the symptoms of Patellar Tendonitis.

Meniscus Tear:

Now, let’s turn our attention to yet another prevalent knee injury – Meniscus Tear. Why does it occur? A sudden twist or turn, often while the foot is planted and the knee is bent, can lead to a Meniscus Tear. Those who expose their knees to rigorous, high-impact activities without suitable support are at a higher risk.

Early symptoms can include pain, swelling, and difficulty in moving the knee. If left untreated, it can lead to long-term knee problems such as arthritis. Can you imagine the pain of a throbbing knee that just won’t let up?

A research study conducted by the University of Birmingham in 2019 found that wearing a knee brace can be beneficial for those with a Meniscus Tear. The study involved a series of physical examinations and found that knee braces provide support to the affected area, reducing pain, and enhancing mobility. It’s clear that a knee brace offers a simple solution to a potentially complicated problem.

Osgood-Schlatter Disease: 

Osgood-Schlatter disease, despite its odd name, is quite a common knee condition primarily affecting young adolescents. According to the National Health Service (NHS), up to 20% of the UK’s adolescent population experience this particular knee issue.

This condition is characterised by a painful lump just below the knee, a result of the inflammation where the patellar tendon attaches to the shinbone. The main catalyst? Repeated stress from high-impact activities like jumping or running, which produces shock and jolts to the knee. Consequently, it predominantly impacts young athletes, who often engage in these activities without adequate knee support.

Osgood-Schlatter disease is a silent screech for attention. It’s early signs include knee pain and swelling, which may escalate into a persistent ache if left untreated. This can significantly hamper long-term mobility and athletic capability, potentially sidelining promising young talents.

Treatment is not merely beneficial, but vital. Ignoring this condition can lead to chronic pain and even permanent bone deformation. A 2012 study conducted by the University of Sheffield highlighted the efficacy of knee braces in managing this condition. Through systematic observation and analysis of a group of young athletes, the research revealed a significant reduction in knee pain and swelling among those who wore knee braces.

So, how exactly does a knee brace help? By providing proper support and reducing pressure on the tendon, it decreases the impact of shocks and jolts, thereby mitigating pain and swelling. Thus, wearing a knee brace can be a game-changer for those grappling with Osgood-Schlatter disease.

Meniscus Tear:

Next on the list is the Meniscus tear – a common knee injury predominantly affects adults who lead an active lifestyle. The NHS reports that an estimated 10% of the UK’s adult population have experienced a Meniscus tear at some point in their lives.

This injury involves a tear in the meniscus, a piece of cartilage that provides a cushion between your thighbone and shinbone. The usual suspects? High-impact activities that involve aggressive twisting and turning, or sudden stops and starts.

Those at a heightened risk include athletes, dancers, and fitness enthusiasts who often expose their knees to sudden shocks without adequate support. The signs? Sharp pain, swelling, and limited knee mobility, eventually leading to long-term knee instability and increased risk of osteoarthritis if left untreated.

Ignoring a Meniscus tear is like playing with fire. Untreated, it can lead to knee instability, chronic pain and, in severe cases, osteoarthritis. In a 2015 study conducted by the University of Oxford, knee braces were found to be highly effective in supporting the knee and reducing pain among those with a Meniscus tear.

A knee brace provides much-needed support, reduces the impact of shocks, and aids in a swift recovery. Not only does it alleviate pain, but also enhances knee stability and prevents future injuries. Therefore, a knee brace can serve as a critical ally in your battle against a Meniscus tear.

Knee Arthritis:

Almost 1 in 5 people in the UK over 45 years suffer from this condition, making it a prevalent issue.

Knee arthritis generally affects the cartilage, the tissue that cushions your knee joints. The main cause is often wear and tear that builds up over time, which can be aggravated by excess weight, old injuries, as well as repeated shocks and impacts to the knee joint.

With symptoms including pain, swelling, stiffness, and a decreased ability to move, the immediate impact is clear: a reduction in mobility and a significant impact on quality of life. The long-term implications? Ongoing pain, significant mobility issues, and even disability if the condition progresses.

Why is treating knee arthritis so vital then? Ignoring the symptoms increases the risk of severe damage to the knee joint and a subsequent knee replacement – a far more invasive and complex procedure.

A 2019 study by the University of Nottingham, published in the Annals of Rheumatic Diseases, highlighted the effectiveness of knee braces in managing knee arthritis. The study involved participants wearing a knee brace for 12 weeks, with the brace providing support, reducing load on the knee.

The results were impressive: decreased pain, improved function, and enhanced stability. Thus, the study reaffirms the importance of a knee brace in managing knee arthritis by providing essential support.

Remember, your knees are vital to your mobility. If you’re experiencing knee pain, do not hesitate to seek professional help. Early intervention is key to preventing long-term damage. So, why not step into prevention and embrace the brace?

Understanding the cause of your pain and how a knee brace can help is the first step towards better knee health. Let’s now delve into why you should choose a knee brace from our range.

Why Choose Us?

Here at YourPhysioSupplies we are dedicated helping with your journey towards better knee health. With a combination of expert design, superior functionality, and an understanding of the unique challenges knee pain presents, our range of knee braces are an effective and affordable solution.

Quality and Durability in Every Product

Drawing on our expertise and years of experience in orthopaedics and knee health, we have curated an extensive range of knee braces. Our selection includes well known brands such as KneeReviver, as well as our own specially designed braces. Our products are born out of diligent research and development and are often recommended by medical professionals worldwide. But why, you might ask?

Each knee brace we offer is designed to be lightweight and discreet, perfect for providing support and stability while on the move. Whether you’re running an ultra-marathon or kicking a ball around in the park, our braces aim to enhance the function of your knee. Made with high-grade medical materials, our braces are rigorously tested to provide premium protection, optimal support, and unparalleled comfort.

Trust and Confidence in Every Purchase

We believe in the products we sell, and we want you to share in that confidence. That’s why all our products come with a full 30-day money-back guarantee. Not only does this offer absolute peace of mind, but it’s a testament to how certain we are that our knee braces will positively impact your knee health.

A Personal Approach To Your Knee Health

As a testament to our commitment to your health and wellbeing, we urge you not to purchase any product that may not be suitable for your specific situation. Knee pain can stem from various causes, and not every brace may be the ideal solution.

Persistent knee pain? Unsure which knee brace is right for you? We’re here to help! Our experienced team is more than willing to guide you towards the right choice. So, make sure to email us at Sales@YouPhysioSupplies.com, because at YourPhysioSupplies, we believe that your well-being is our top priority.

So why wait? Discover the difference that a quality knee brace can make in your life. Browse our selection below and take the first step towards improved knee health today!

Disclaimer: At YourPhysioSupplies, we’re passionate about your health. If you’re experiencing persistent knee pain, we advise you to consult with a healthcare professional. Our products are designed to enhance your recovery and provide comfort, not replace appropriate medical treatment.

  • Hinged ACL knee brace

    Hinged Knee Brace For Sprains, Strains, ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL, & Meniscus Knee Injuries

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    • 1x Hinged Knee Brace perfect for runners and athletes wanting to get back on their feet after sustaining a knee injury
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in sizes Medium & Large with 2 adjustable buckle straps that keep the brace firmly in place whilst wearing
    • Can be worn to help treat and prevent a wide variety of knee injuries including Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Injuries, Chondromalacia or irritated knee cap, Patellar tendon sprains or strains, Menisci & Arthritis of the knee
    • Great for faster injury recovery – Features 2 removable metal hinges that immobilize and stabilize the knee preventing movement which could twist and damage the knee further
    • Provides your knee with soothing compression support that eases pain and boosts circulation to the knee joint speeding up recovery
    • Lightweight breathable open patella design ideal for wearing whilst running or playing sports such as Football & Rugby
    • Silicone gel supports, cushions and protects the knee cap and patella tendon
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee for total customer peace of mind!
    £12.99
  • 1X pair of knee support sleeves

    1x Pair of Knee Support Compression Sleeves

    • Introducing the ultimate solution to knee injuries – a pair of knee support compression sleeves. Designed for both men and women, these sleeves are available in a range of sizes to ensure a perfect fit, no matter your leg size. Whether you’re an athlete or a runner, these sleeves are the perfect choice to protect or ease your knees when running or exercising.
    • But that’s not all – these sleeves are recommended for treating and easing a wide range of knee injuries, including ACL, PCL & MCL knee injuries, Patella tendonitis, Chondromalacia, Meniscus Tears, Runners & Jumpers knee, and Arthritis. With these sleeves, you can support and stabilize your knee joint in the correct position, reducing pressure and strain off your knees to prevent injuries and wear and tear.
    • If that’s not enough to convince you, these sleeves also provide graduated compression that soothes aches and pains deep within your knee joint. They help stimulate blood circulation to reduce inflammation and swelling, reduce muscle aches and fatigue, and speed up the natural healing process of damaged tissue.
    • But we didn’t stop there – we made these sleeves from high-quality premium grade materials that are durable, lightweight, breathable, and with moisture-wicking and anti-bacterial properties. With these sleeves, you can be sure to have the ultimate knee support without any compromise on comfort or hygiene.
    • So, what are you waiting for? These knee support compression sleeves are the perfect solution for anyone looking to protect or ease their knees. And if you’re still not convinced, we offer a full 30-day money-back guarantee. With these sleeves, you can finally say goodbye to knee injuries and hello to a healthier, pain-free lifestyle.
    £10.99
  • Hinged ACL knee brace for men and women

    Hinged ACL knee brace

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    • 1x Hinged ACL knee brace to help treat, ease and support an injured Anterior Cruciate Ligament
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in sizes Medium & Large, XL & XXL (XL & XXL will fit people with plus sized knees)
    • Recommended for treating and preventing the most common knee injuries including ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Tears, Meniscus Tears, Patellar Tendinitis, and Knee Bursitis
    • Features 2 metal support splints that hold your knee in the correct position
    • Gives extra support to your injured knee that can help with your recovery by providing stability, reducing pain and swelling and speeding up the healing process of damaged tissue
    • Provides soothing compression that can help ease knee pain by putting gentle pressure on the injured ACL,
    • Promotes circulation and encourages extra fluid to move out of the area resulting in less swelling, less pain, and greater range of motion
    • Made from moisture-wicking fabrics that can keep your skin dry and comfortable
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee for total customer peace of mind!
    £12.99
  • Sports Running Knee Support Brace with Adjustable knee wraps

    • 1x Sports Running Knee Support Brace with Adjustable knee wraps
    • For both Men and Women
    • One size fits all (can be quickly and easily adjusted using the knee straps for the best fit and support)
    • Recommended for easing and treating Anterior cruciate ligament Injuries (ACL), Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Injuries, Meniscus Tear, Patellar tendonitis, sprains and strains, Osgood Schlatter Chondromalacia or irritated knee cap, Gout, Arthritis and knee instabilities
    • Features a specially designed Silicone gel knee pad that helps protect and support your knee cap and improve patella tracking
    • Provides soothing compression that boost blood flow to your knee to speed up injury recovery and reduces swelling and inflammation and helps ease aches and pains
    • 4 Inbuilt metal side stabilizer springs support your knee in the correct position helping improve knee function and mobility and reduce strain and pressure from causing damage and injury
    • Made from lightweight, breathable and moisture wicking materials perfect for keeping your knee and leg dry and sweat free
    • Ideal for wearing whilst running, exercising and playing spots to reduce your risk of knee injuries
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee!
  • Sports Runner’s Knee Brace with Adjustable Straps & Gel Knee Pad

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    • 1x Sports Runner’s Knee Brace with adjustable straps and gel Knee pad
    • For both Men & Women
    • One size fits all – Features 2 fully adjustable knee straps that are easily and quickly adjustable for the perfect fit
    • Recommended for easing and treating Anterior cruciate ligament Injuries (ACL), Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) Injuries, Meniscus Tear, Patellar tendon, sprains and strains, Patellar tendonitis, Chondromalacia or irritated knee cap, Gout, Arthritis and knee instabilities
    • Features a medical grade Silicone gel knee pad that will help support and protects your kneecap from shock and impacts
    • 4 inbuilt metal springs on either side of the knee brace improve knee function by supporting and holding your knee in the correct position helping to prevent further wear and tear and damage to your injured knee
    • Provides soothing compression that helps increase blood flow to your knee helping ease pain, reduce inflammation and swelling and speed up the natural healing process by supplying fresh oxygenated to blood to damaged tissue
    • Ideal for runners, athletes, footballers, cyclists and gym goers wanting to protect their knees and stay injury free whilst exercising or playing sports
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!
  • Copper knee braces

    1x pair of Copper Knee Braces

    • 1x pair of Copper Knee Braces to help soothe, support and protect your knees from pain and injury
    • For both Men and Women
    • Available in sizes Small, Medium & Large
    • Ideal for people suffering from Knee Arthritis, Gout, strains , Sprains, Osgood Schlatter disease, Chondromalacia, irritated knee cap, Patellar tendonitis, Meniscus Tear and for Post op recovery and rehabilitation
    • Provides soothing graduated compression to help boost blood flow to your knee ideal for easing knee injuries by reducing swelling, inflammation and speeding up the natural healing process of damaged muscles, ligaments and tendons
    • Gives your knees targeted support that helps realign and promotes better knee biomechanics helping to reduce strain and pressure off your knee and prevent further wear and tear injuries
    • Made from breathable and lightweight copper nylon fibre material with anti bacterial properties that will keep your knees odour free and feeling fresher for longer
    • Each knee brace wraps securely around your knee with silicone bands located at the top and bottom of the knee brace to help keep them firmly in place even during the most vigorous exercise routines
    • The best choice for runners, athletes, gym goers and sports professionals wanting to protect and support their knees
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!
    £16.99
  • Open Patella Knee Support Brace for Running

    • 1x Open Patella Knee Support Brace perfect for runners, Athletes and sport professionals
    • One sizes fits all – Featuring fully adjustable Velcro straps to help you find the most comfortable and supportive fit for you
    • For Both Men & Women
    • Protects your knee joint from damage and injury by supporting and stabilizing your knee reducing pressure and shock on your knee joint
    • Provides compression that soothes aches and pains deep within you knee joint, reduces swelling and inflammation and increases blood flow helping to speed up recovery after a sustaining a knee injury
    • Recommended for wearing for treating and preventing ACL, PCL & MCL knee injuries, strains, Sprains, Tears, Arthritis, Bursitis, Meniscus Tear and Tendonitis
    • Made from lightweight and breathable materials with moisture wicking technology to keep you dry and sweat free
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!
  • Compression Knee Brace Support Sleeve

    Compression Knee Brace Support Sleeve

    • 1x Compression Knee brace Support Sleeve designed to protect, support and stabilizes your knee joint
    • Available in sizes Medium, Large and XL
    • For both Men & Women
    • Provides graduated compression that helps reduce swelling and inflammation, soothe aches and pains deep within the knee joint and increase blood flow to your knee helping to speed up injury recovery
    • Realigns and supports your knee in the correct position helping reduce strain and pressure off your knee joint
    • The 2 metal hinges either side of the knee brace help improve knee function, stability and prevent further damage and injury
    • Ideal for running and sports for better support and protection against injury
    • Can be worn for treating and preventing a range of different knee injuries including ACL, PCL & MCL knee injuries, Patella tendonitis, Patellar tendon sprains and strains, Runners & Jumpers knee, Chondromalacia or irritated knee cap, Meniscus Tear, Arthritis and Osteoarthritis
    • Made form lightweight and breathable materials that wick moisture away from your skin keeping you dry and fresher for longer whilst exercising
    • Features a silicone gel knee pad that absorbs impact shock and improves Patella tracking
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!
    £10.99
  • Knee support sleeves for sports-23%

    Compression Knee Support Sleeves for Running & Sports

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    • 1x Pair of Compression Knee Support sleeves for Sports & Running
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in sizes Small, Medium, Large & XL
    • Great for easing and treating Arthritis, Sprains, Strains, Meniscus and ACL, MCL, PCL Knee Injuries
    • Ideal for wearing whilst running, exercising and playing sports such as Football, Rugby, Basketball, Crossfit etc.
    • Provides soothing compression support that helps ease knee pain, improve blood flow to your knees and reduce muscle fatigue whilst running and exercising
    • Gives your knees extra stability and control by promoting better knee function helping you to avoid common knee injuries
    • Lightweight, breathable with moisture wicking technology helps keep your legs & knees sweat and odour free and feeling fresher for longer
    • Feature double silicone strips that will help stop the knee sleeves from falling down even during the most vigorous of exercise routines
    • Includes a full 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!
    £9.99£12.99
  • Knee compression support sleeves for sports & running-23%

    Knee Support Compression Sleeves

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    • 1x Pair of Knee Support Compression Sleeves ideal for runners and athletes who wish to protect their knees from injury
    • For both Men & Women
    • Available in sizes Small, Medium, Large & XL
    • Provides targeted & graduated compression to help ease knee pain and treat Arthritis, Patella tendonitis, Osgood Schlatter disease, Sprains, Strains, Meniscus tears as well as ACL, MCL and PCL Knee Injuries
    • Made from lightweight, breathable and moisture wicking fabric makes wearing these knee sleeves ideal for keeping you feeling fresh and sweat free whilst running and exercising
    • The specially designed silicone anti slip strips help keep the knee sleeves firmly in place whilst wearing preventing them from falling down
    • Designed to boost circulation around the knee joint helping to speed up the natural healing process of injured knees
    • Helsp drain excess fluid, reduce inflammation and swelling and stop blood polling, deep vein thrombosis and muscle fatigue
    • The best choice for activities such as football, rugby, cycling, tennis, golf, hiking, volleyball, CrossFit, skiing, weightlifting, powerlifting and much more
    • Helps support and stabilize your knee preventing movement which may twist and damage your knee joint when running or walking
    • Includes a 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked!
    £9.99£12.99
  • Orthotic Compression Knee Support Sleeve

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    • Eases aches and pains in the knee
    • Ideal for treating a range of different knee injuries
    • Lightweight and easy to slip on
    • The perfect choice for runners and athletes
  • Open Patella Knee Support Brace

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    Help ease you’re tired, aching and painful knees with a pair of innovative adjustable neoprene knee support braces. They are ideal for treating a wide range of knee injuries, preventing wear and tear and will help to soothe your knee pain once and for all!

    What you get:

    • 1x pair of knee supports one for each leg
    • This knee support brace provides orthotic compression to your knee to help ease knee pain as well as improve the way your knee and leg functions to help treat and prevent injuries.
    • Ideal for treating ACL knee injuries, Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome, Patellar Tendon Tear, Kneecap Fracture, Chondromalacia Patellae, Unstable Kneecaps, Prepatellar Bursitis, Arthritis and Knee Tendonitis
    • Made from high-quality lightweight medical grade neoprene.
    • Includes a full 30-day money back guarantee for customer peace of mind.

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