Compression Sleeve for Knee Arthritis 2 Pack Bundle (10% off)
on orders over $99
This arthritis sleeve is designed to support the knee in a comfortable way for those who suffer from pain and limited mobility provoked by arthritis or any other ailment of the knee. This is an excellent lightweight sleeve with a breathable material that allows you to carry out daily activities with ease. Plus, there are seven size options available, so finding the right fit is easy.
Effective for Knee Arthritis:
RELIEVES PAIN:Reaches the joint space of the knee and alleviates pain in the meniscus.
OPTIMAL COMPRESSION: Compression knit comfortably massages the soft tissue during movement. This reduces pain and speeds up the absorption of edemas and effusions with intermittent compression.
HEATING EFFECT: Designed with the newest 3D braiding technology to keep the leg warm at body temperature and reduce stiffness. This heating effect provides a different aspect to pain relief.
ANTI-SLIP SILICONE: Anatomically shaped and sits perfectly without slipping, ensuring all-day comfort.
COMFORTABLE: Breathable materials, very elastic edges, and an extra-soft area at the back of the knee ensure optimal wearability.
Who should use this Knee Sleeve?
The pain and discomfort associated with arthritis can be debilitating. When a patient suffers from arthritis, finding a knee sleeve that offers support and effective pain relief while also being comfortable can be a challenge. There are many products on the market, and they all work differently. But because of the unique and all-encompassing aspects of this compression sleeve, this product will provide the best knee support you can find for anyone who suffers from knee pain.
OSTEOARTHRITIS - BONE ON BONE:It may help to reduce the pain by shifting your weight off the most damaged portion of the knee. This may improve your ability to get around and help increase the distance you can walk comfortably.
MENISCUS: In addition to supporting your meniscus, this sleeve helps manage inflammation, swelling, soreness, and stiffness. Wearing a brace is the first step toward supporting an injured meniscus.