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Knee Support

A knee support is a kind of support used to protect and guard knee either before or after injury. It also helps during knee rehabilitation or if the patient has symptoms and pain from a state such as arthritis. A knee support is engineered to facilitate the knee to bend and move normally while being supported. The knee splint is formulated to protect and defend the knees from injury and damage and usually worn during participation in sports such as football, volleyball and cricket as it enables full movement of the knee while providing warmth for the joint.

Sudden distortion or severe bending can strain ligaments, and can even cause snuffle in the neighboring muscles fibers. If an athlete is prone to misalignment or knee pain, using a knee support can prevent additional injury while allowing them to remain active in their favorite sport. In due course, the knee can become strong enough to stay properly aligned without the splint, even during exhausting and tough activity. Some people may even need to use a knee splint to walk if they have had an injury to the knee's soft tissues. Tendon ruptures, Meniscus tears and fractures can all cause volatility in the knee, which can consequence in limited mobility. By wearing a knee support, a person getting better from knee operation may be able to get around with a cane or a walker instead of having to spend their day in a wheelchair.

Knee Brace are Suitable For?

Knee brace provide protection and mild support and are perfect for:-

  1. Mild knee pain and sprains

  2. Arthritis,

  3. Patellar tendonitis

  4. Cartilage irritation and bursitis

  5. Runners Knee

  6. Osgood Shatters and knee swelling.

Benefits of using a Knee splint:

  1. A knee support is prescribed by your doctor to provide proper support to knee which allows healing and curing at a fast speed. Ligament tears often require surgical repair, and in those cases, a knee splint prescribed by your physical therapist or doctor to immobilize the knee to allow the knee to bend during healing after surgery.

  2. Experts believe Knee support may help by providing compression and warmth, which may relieve swelling. The main benefit is it gives you a feeling of support and a reminder to be more careful of that knee when you're physically active.

  3. For patients requiring complete immobility, there are some knee splints accompanied by an anti-migration strap which provides the solid support needed.

  4. Knee support can also aid off-load or reduce the stress across a specific area of the knee affected by arthritis.

Some popular Knee Support available online:

  1. Tynor Knee Cap Comfeel (Single) D 23:- This is an outstanding tubular invention knitted on a 3 dimensional computer controlled circular looms to offer warmth, mild compression and support to the knee joint. It is worn to alleviate inflammation and pain. It is highly recommended to old age people with knee pain, arthritis patients or people with knee injury.

  2. LP Elastic Knee cap 941:- LP Elastic Knee cap 941 provides compact joint support with gentle compression over the kneecap. It is an ideal choice for recovery from the knee injuries and relieves arthritis pain. The four -way stretch knit provides firm support for the safeguarding of joint structure.

  3. Tynor Knee Support Hinged (Neoprene) J 01:- This Knee splint is a multi-talented knee support which proffers the advantage of proscribed compression just around the knee and the stiff side support of a splint. It allocates normal flexion and free movement of the knee joint.

Conclusion

Knee supports are designed to keep the knee joint in a firm position, either to promote healing or to prevent misalignment during activity. Knee supports are often used by athletes to provide support during activities such as basketball, running and soccer. Depending on the stage of support necessary, these splints can be as simple as a stretchy neoprene sleeve or as complex as a custom-fitted support cage. Knee splints work by providing extra hold to the muscles and ligaments that act on the knee. This may be needed if the knee is too feeble to support itself, or if the activity is more forceful than the knee alone can bear. If a patient wants a knee support to guarantee that they will never injure their knee, no knee splint can guarantee that an injury will never occur. Though, an appropriately fitted and intended knee support can help reduce the chance by providing added strength and force indulgence across the knee joint.

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