Knee injuries are a major problem in sports and sports medicine around the world. All too often see blown ACLs, PCLs, MCLs, or torn cartilage in a variety of athletes. The use of prophylactic (protective or preventive) knee braces is an attempt to reduce the occurrence or severity of injuries to the knee joint ligaments without inhibiting overall knee mobility. Knee braces are supports to help stabilize and protect an injured or painful knee. They come in many different styles. They should support and protect the knee without increasing the chance of other injuries to others. It is important not to have a false sense of security when using a brace.
The knee is one of the largest and most important joints in the human body as it connects the upper (femur) and lower (tibia) leg. The muscles that move the knee are connected by tendons to the knee bones. In addition to these bones, the joint is comprised of ligaments, which connect the knee bones and provide stability, as well as menisci and cartilage which function as shock absorbers and allow the joint to move with less friction. Knee pain can be caused by any number of issues. The kneecap, or patella, could be moving incorrectly. One or more meniscus may be torn, ruptured, or inflamed. There may be arthritis, plica, chrondomalacia, or any number of issues with the bones that constitute the knee. The beauty of this application is the breadth of conditions it covers with it’s relatively simple effects of balancing the muscles effect on the knee and relieving pressure on the kneecap and its tendon.
Patellofemoral pain constitutes a quarter of the injuries to the knee. Kneecap pain can be both debilitating and frustrating; prolonged pain can limit physical activity and cause those suffering from it to abandon their recreational and sporting activities. Patellofemoral pain usually manifests as a gradual onset of pain around the edge or underneath the kneecap during physical activities. Common activities such as descending hills or stairs, squatting, running, or sitting for long periods of time can all aggravate the pain and cause soreness.
knee braces give support to knees that have already been injured. They are designed to provide stability for the injured knee and provide protection after repair. Patella Strap may not affect performance much. Lower extremity muscle strengthening, flexibility, and improvement in technique are more important than bracing in treating ligamentous knee injuries. Functional braces are not a substitute for rehabilitation or surgical procedures.
Tynor Pattelar Support
Patellar support is designed to lift the patella and alleviate symptoms of pain, inflammation and discomfort associated with knee degeneration, without restricting circulation.
Anatomically shaped Pad
Tynor Pattelar Support Features
Anatomical pad design
- Lifts and positions the patella properly
- Optimal compression of the patellar tendon
- Ensures strong grip of the product
Silicon material of pad.
- Absorbs all the vibrations around the patella and the patellar tendon.
- Provides comfortable compression to the patellar tendon.
- Support the patella.
Tynor Thigh Support provide controlled compression to the legs to squeeze abnormal back flow of blood towards the heart. They provide requisite pressure to the superficial affected veins. Anatomically tapered Four way stretch Freely breathable Strong and durable Salient feature Made from soft nylon yarn and spandex Strong and durable Dermophillic Optimal compression Excellent aesthetics Excellent Color fastness Four-way stretchability Offers optimal compression Snug fitting Double layered Retains body heat effectively. Provides therapeutic warmth Quicker healing Strong and durable Tapered shape and Controlled compression Uniform compression even on uneven limb surface.
- Mild support to quadriceps and hamstrings.
- Relieves inflammation and stiffness.
- Firm compression and therapeutic warmth.
- Psychological support to geriatric patients.
- Sports injury, sprains and strains.
- Post-surgical rehabilitation.
- Burn care.