Knee Saver is a lightweight, adjustable compression strap that's been created to provide support to the knee and the patella (another name for the kneecap). It's been designed for all people with knee difficulties, ranging from sports injuries to arthritis or tendonitis, in mind. Due to the adjustable strap on each one, each Knee Saver is meant to fit people with thick legs and people with incredibly thin legs. Plus, each one can be worn on either leg and can even be shared among multiple people.
The cost of Knee Saver is $19.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Knee Saver by paying an extra fee of $0.00 for a total price of $25.98.
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Each Knee Saver is made from lightweight, flexible and breathable Silverprene material, and will help alleviate any pain or discomfort you experience in a particular knee. It'll do this by providing a gentle band of support to the knee as you move, and furthermore, its gentle compression will aim to correct any misalignment in the way you're positioning your knee. This, in turn, will help you reduce or completely eliminate current pain, and help protect you from future pain, too. This device will do all of this while appearing fairly discreet, and without subjecting your body to a heavy load like some larger knee braces would.
Before you start using your Knee Saver, you'll need to pick the knee on which you need to use it most. If both of your knees are injured or otherwise sore, you may opt to get a second device for the second knee, since you can only wear one on one knee at a time.
Next, wrap your first Knee Saver around your chosen knee and tighten the adjustable Velcro strap. The strap should be tight enough to prevent the device from sliding up and down, but not so tight to allow it to dig into your skin. Your device should be resting just below the knee, instead of above it or across your kneecap, with the strap extending across the back of the knee as opposed to the front or one side.
Once you've put your Knee Saver on securely, you'll be able to go about your daily activities, regardless of whether you're going to be relaxing or engaging in some heavy physical activity. Your device's breathable fabric will help keep you cool all day as you wear it, and you can keep it on until bedtime if you choose.
This knee brace will fit the vast majority of people, because of its adjustable straps, so if you gain or lose weight around the knee area, yours will likely still fit you. If you'd like, you'll also be able to share your brace with friends or family members of various sizes who are experiencing knee issues. The basic shade of black that each one comes in is commonly considered gender and age-neutral, which means that it's unlikely that anyone will feel silly while wearing the brace.
Some knee braces contain a lot of plastic parts that can restrict a person's movement, but this one contains hardly any plastic and is mainly made up of Silverprene fabric. Therefore, it'll move with you as you partake in a variety of activities—even competitive sports—instead of making you feel restricted.
This brace isn't meant for one-time use or for just a season's use. In fact, its material is so durable that you'll be able to use the brace hundreds or even thousands of times before having to get a replacement. If you start using one of these during one decade, you may find that it's all of a sudden the next decade and you're still wearing it when you need some pain relief.
Your Knee Saver can be safely washed in the washing machine without losing any of its effectiveness. It's unclear whether it'll do well in the dryer, though, so it's best to hang it up somewhere and let it air-dry after you wash it.
On a related note, you might find that you don't have to wash this brace after every single use since each one's Silverprene material is infused with anti-bacterial silver ions. These ions will help keep the material clean and fresh for longer between washes, even if you perspire frequently while wearing your brace.
There are some pain-relieving tools that have been designed specifically for seniors, while others have been designed for middle-aged athletes. However, this one is suitable for adults of all ages, as long as one is suffering from virtually any knee-related condition. It may also be safe for your child to use a Knee Saver, but checking with their doctor first would be a good idea.
Some braces extend across the knee, plus a few inches above and below it, but this one is more inconspicuous than that. It's not completely invisible, but once you put one on, it just looks like a thin black strap extending around one of your legs. If the people around you don't look too closely, they might even think you're aiming to make a fashion statement with the device. Moreover, if you wear long pants while wearing this brace, it'll actually end up being completely covered up.
Aside from not looking like an eyesore, the Knee Saver is not bulky like some larger braces. That means you'll be able to exercise as you normally do while wearing one or two of them, and you won't feel like a dumbbell has been tied around one or both of your legs. What's more, pants often won't fit over some bulkier knee braces, but you'll have no trouble fitting into most pairs of pants while you're wearing one or two of these more compact, straplike braces.
While this type of brace will work on either knee, it won't work on any other body parts such as the elbow or shoulder. If other body parts are causing you problems during physical activity, you'll need to find other compression tools to help relieve that discomfort.
If you have any sort of knee issue that causes you pain, you might spend hours per week or month in a chiropractor or physiotherapist's office receiving treatment. The Knee Saver may allow you to cut back on that time spent, or even eliminate those treatments altogether since it may do enough to relieve your pain on its own. This will give you more time for the fun physical activities that you might have been too sore to do before.
It's safe to put this device in water, but it may not respond well to chemicals like chlorine, so you should aim to keep it out of chlorinated pools. Otherwise, its material could end up getting damaged, which would make the whole device less effective.
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