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knee support

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
hi, im looking for a knee brace/support for my loose patella, can anyone recommend any brand/product. i want something that'll support intense physical activities and maybe for everyday wear as well. thanks
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Don joy are the rolls royce of knee supports. But I wear Mueller supports. Try Physioroom.co.uk. Got cashback from topcashback and quidco too.
#2
ericagradus
Don joy are the rolls royce of knee supports. But I wear Mueller supports. Try Physioroom.co.uk. Got cashback from topcashback and quidco too.


have you got any links to products you can recommend?

i've seen these two not sure....

http://www.amazon.co.uk/STABILISED-SUPPORT-Support-Breathable-Exclusive/dp/B001M0A4HG/ref=pd_sim_sg_4

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Neo-G-OPEN-PATELLA-KNEE-SUPPORT/dp/B001M04WVK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=sports&qid=1272895698&sr=8-1
banned#3
Difficult one. My doctor advised against any knee support simply because it weakened the muscles around the joint. I had Osgood-Schlatters Disease.
#4
JonnyTwoToes
Difficult one. My doctor advised against any knee support simply because it weakened the muscles around the joint. I had Osgood-Schlatters Disease.


my doc prescribed me some cheap ones 2 years ago hardly got any support from them :/ Osgood-Schlatters Disease sounds similar to what i have but my doc just said i had a loose patella and prescribed me some strong pain killers and some rubbish clothy knee support
#5
get a proper one fitted see a sports physio or chiropractor
#6
boothy
get a proper one fitted see a sports physio or chiropractor


thanks but it sounds expensive think i would find rather find a good knee support and invest in it than paying to see a chiropractor cos in my experience these ppl would just tell me things about myself that i already know :thumbsup:
#7
My mate spent nearly £20 on a support from Boots but got better results from the Poundland version.
#8
guess no one on hukd has knee problems :shock: :p:p
banned#9
my daughter has ILS and has had since she was 13 ish, she tried some leg supports at night to see if they would help, but they havent, something she has learnt to live with, but says the pain in the night is awful with them, really feel for her as their is nothing you can do for it

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