comfortable, warm, breathable, abrasion
1.Self heating. Keep warm.
3.Promote the microcirculation of the human body;
4.Promote metabolism and endocrine, relieve the muscle fatigue;
5.Diminish inflammation and swelling, ease the pain;
6.Enhance the immunity;
1.People who has hyperosteogeny, arthritis, thigh muscle ache, leg muscle pain and other symptoms.
2.People who often feel knee or leg cold.
3.Old people health care.
3.Daily health care.
Which one should I choose: a knee brace or a knee support?
Generally, Knee supports are best as a preventative and protective brace for those doing physical activity. They may be slightly tighter than the knee braces and may have better moisture-wicking properties.
Knee braces are best for people who have had a knee injury in the past or are currently dealing with one. They may be more comfortable, especially for extended hours and can be used on a day to day basis as well as for sports and activity.
We recommend the knee braces for those who have previous or current knee injuries and knee supports for those who are looking to prevent injuries.
What is the difference between a knee brace and knee support?
When choosing a knee brace, there are so many options to choose from. We understand that you are feeling overwhelmed, this article will guide you through. Whether you need a knee brace for a ligament injury, meniscus tear or just want a support for added stability during exercise, we are committed to helping you find the most suitable product.
One of the main questions you may be asking yourself is: what is the difference between a knee brace and a knee support? The short answer is, anything without a hinge or a mechanical feature like a BOA closure system is considered a support.
A knee support is able to be slipped on right over your knee. The main function of a knee support is to provide compression, to reduce swelling and aid in muscle fatigue. Additional knee supports, may offer additional support around the patella and knee joint to aid in the minimising pain for mild arthritis and meniscus injuries. Knee supports tend to be discrete and can comfortably be worn under clothes.
Knee braces on the other hand tend to be more mechanical in nature. They help stabilise the knee joint and protect the knee from any more injuries. There are a wide range of knee braces, all catering to different conditions that you may have. Usually a doctor or a specialist will recommend you wear a knee brace when recovering from an injury. Knee braces tend to guide the natural movement of the knee that allows individuals to regain their strength and full range of motion.