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KNEE
The knee joint includes the tibiofemoral, patellofemoral and superior tibiofibular joints. There are two menisci which are semilunar-shaped discs of fibrocartilage between the femoral condyles and tibial plateaus. Their main functions are shock absorption and stability enhancement. There are many ligaments to provide stability and prevent excessive motion. The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), medial collateral ligament (MCL), and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) are the key ligaments for stabilization of the knee joint.

1230
ADJUSTABLE KNEE STABILIZER
Coolprene
KNEE SUPPORTS
 


  • Two medial and lateral spiral stays provide additional support and stability for the knee.
  • The additional circle pad around the patella provides padded protection and stabilization to prevent patella displacement.
  • Open patella design to relieve pressure.
  • Heat retention and compression reduces potential for strain or injury.

  • Position the opening over kneecap and be sure the two lateral stays are on each side of knee.
  • Wrap and secure the shorter strap behind knee joint, between upper and lower straps.
  • Wrap and secure the upper and lower straps to front of support.

  • Knee instability
  • Mild strain/ sprain
  • Collateral ligament injury

SIZING

Measure around the knee joint.

One Size
31.8 - 40.6cm (12 1/2 - 16")
FIBER CONTENTS 70% Coolprene®, 15% Nylon, 15% Cotton
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