Knee osteoarthritis is a condition where cartilage in the knee degenerates, or breaks down, which can lead to inflammation, pain, and swelling in the knee joint. With the Knee Guard Protector you'll improve conditions.
Articular cartilage covers the condyle, the curved end of the femur where it meets the meniscus, a rubbery segment of cartilage that covers the tibia and acts as a shock absorber
But with knee osteoarthritis, this cartilage begins to degenerate, either due to the wear and tear of aging, prior traumatic injury, or both.
The first sign of knee osteoarthritis is often aching pain, swelling, or stiffness in the knee, which indicates the knee’s cartilage is inflamed.
The inflamed knee cartilage begins to thin and may even disappear completely, causing direct friction of the knee bones against one another.
This bone-on-bone friction can lead to the development of osteophytes, or bone spurs, in the knee joint, which can cause pain if they increase joint friction.
As knee osteoarthritis progresses, patients can lose some or all of the knee’s range of motion, or its ability to bear the body's weight.
As you age, it is a natural process for kneecap (patellar) cartilages to experience wear and tear. This usually results in strains felt in the knees for people ages 45 onwards and it transforms into chronic pains as the person reaches their late 50s.
The knee protectors soft strap is designed to target support specifically your ageing patellar tendon, unlike other braces that applies tight pressure on your whole knee cap.
Full knee-cap support brace is harmful to older knees as the pressure is distributed to other areas that do not require it. Using such knee support tend to worsen conditions..
"We have helped 95% of our knee pains patients recover by just switching their knee support to this strap."
- Dr Artin, Researcher
HOW DO KNEE GUARDS WORK?
The knee guard protector knee brace is a great way to help alleviate the pain associated with arthritis. They're especially effective for patients with osteoarthritis. Arthritis knee braces are designed for everyday use and may help patients live an active lifestyle with less pain. They do this by helping support the weight of the body on the unhealthy parts of the knee and shifting the pressure to the healthier areas. Because arthritis knee supports encourage mobility and activity, they can also help reduce stiffness in the joint. This well-designed knee brace will be lightweight so they're easy to wear and won't weigh you down. That's what makes them so great for daily use!
Wearing this soft knee strap significantly
Two more ways a brace might help people who have knee arthritis:
Relieving kneecap pain.
When weakness or softness of cartilage under the kneecap causes pain, the knee brace with a cutout for the kneecap can help keep the bone in place and ease the pain. It should enable you to more comfortably do exercises to strengthen the quadriceps, says Matt Holland, manager of physical therapy for the Methodist Center for Sports Medicine in Houston.
Many people report relief from knee pain with the knee brace. Experts believe these may help by providing warmth and compression, which may relieve swelling. The main benefit, however, may be psychological, says Holland. "It gives you a feeling of support and a reminder to be more careful of that knee when you're physically active."
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