About this Arthritic Knee Sleeve
This knee brace for arthritic knees is made of a black neoprene material which helps reduce knee joint pain, while retaining heat to further reduce swelling and pain. Because it is a pull on brace and made of a slimming neoprene material, it is comfy enough to be worn all day, whether it’s a relaxing and rehabilitating day at home or another day at the office. The stitching is located on the back of the knee, to prevent scratching of your other leg, or with the sides of your pants when you’re walking. The compression with this brace will help keep your leg stabilized to limit unnecessary movements that may irritate your arthritis joint pain.
How Does a Neoprene Knee Brace Help Treat Mild Arthritis Pain?
As mentioned above, this knee brace (available in plus-size up to 4XL) for inflamed joint pain is made of a neoprene material which is a synthetic polymer that is resistant to oil, heat, and weathering. What this means for you is that it retains and contains heat on your sore joints, which is a form of heat therapy for arthritic joints. Hear therapy is an easy way to stimulate your body into its own healing forces; heat dilates blood vessels helping blood circulation and the easing the transportation of the vitamins and minerals being carried in your blood. In addition, it also helps reduce muscle spasms. The aching knee is then able to receive and retain the important nutrients that is needed to heal properly and quickly.
What to do for Arthritis in the Knee
Finding out how to relieve arthritis pain in the knee can be difficult to diagnose since there are so many options. Symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis affects the joints causing pain, swelling, and stiffness, causing discomfort and pain to over 3 million people per year. While there are therapeutic and home remedies, the best solution is a knee brace (which are a highly perceived way of treating this arthritis pain). The reason is that no other products can provide a simple and effective compression that will always stay the same tightness. Of course you might be able to wrap a knee, but the time that it takes to make it right, and the inconvenience of rolling the tape and possibility of it coming undone make it more inefficient way of treating mild arthritis in the knee. If you have severe arthritis, you can view other arthritis knee braces here. Other non-surgical ways to treat arthritic knee joints include activity modification, physical therapy, heat/ice therapy, and medication.
|Size||6"Above Middle of Kneecap||6" Below Middle of Kneecap|
|S||15" - 18"||12" - 14"|
|M||16" - 19"||14" - 15"|
|L||18" - 21"||15" - 16"|
|XL||20" - 23"||16" - 17"|
|2XL||22" - 25"||17" - 18"|
|3XL||24" - 27"||18" - 20"|
|4XL||26" - 29"||20" - 22"|
|Measure the circumference around your leg 6" Above the Middle of your Kneecap (Point A), and 6" Below the Middle of your Kneecap (Point B)|
|If in-between sizes, order the smaller size.|