Back on Track Kniebeschermer met Sluiting Black
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Back on Track Kniebeschermer met Sluiting Black product description
For example, osteoarthritis is the pain of an inflammation in the capsule around the knee joint: the worn cartilage has no nerves. The only way to build new cartilage is through exercises, and it's easier to be active when the inflammation and pain are moderate.
This has an adjustable closure on the other side. This is an elastic strap held in place by means of two velcro fasteners. The tire can be tensioned when exercising, and relax while resting. It is also possible to remove, for example, when you are going to sleep. If you have a decreasing swelling around the knee, the closure is an additional benefit because you can gradually increase the tension.
In the sides of the protector are two soft flexible bars, which provide a certain firmness and minimize the risk of shrinking the protector into the knee cavity.
Back on Track Kniebeschermer met Sluiting Black reviews
100% would buy this product again.
- Gives support (2)
- Easy to put on and take off (2)
- Does not fall off (3)
- Fit well. thin material (1)
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Josien from Venlo at 30-10-2018:
Pros: gives support, easy to put on and take off, Fit well. Thin material, does not fall off
Keep your knee well srabby and warm. Relieves pain and helps against swelling
Louise from Delft at 22-10-2018:
easy to use
Pros: gives support, easy to put on and take off, Does not fall off
My son uses them in the winter with the football, with the cold he sometimes suffers from his knee. Easy to do, stays well and gives sufficient support without impeding him in his movements.
Anja from Bennekom at 21-03-2018:
Fine knee protection
Pros: Does not fall off
He stayed well during skiing and had no problems with my knee.
Henriet op 11-07-2018:
Question: How do I know which size I should have?
Answer: Circumference 12 cm above the middle of the kneecap: