Hinged Knee Braces

Our knee brace category features a comprehensive range of hinged braces that are suitable for relieving knee pain and giving you the appropriate support and comfort when recovering from an injury. A hinged knee brace for pain relief can help with a variety of conditions, including mobility issues and arthritis, as well as more serious injuries such as Patella Fractures, Patella Tendonitis, Osgood Schlatters, Knee Ligament Injuries (ACL, MCL & LCL), and Cartilage Tears.

Compex Bionic Knee Brace Support
£15.47 Was: £29.99
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-42%
Donjoy Hinged TRU-PULL Advanced Knee Brace
£67.15 Was: £102.99
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-27%
Mueller Hg80 Premium Hinged Knee Brace
£79.99 Was: £106.49
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PhysioRoom Hinged Ligament Support Knee Brace
£29.69 Was: £68.99
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PhysioRoom Wrap Around Hinged Knee Brace
£27.49 Was: £34.99
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PhysioRoom Hinged Knee Brace with Removable Splints
£9.95
FREE DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days

Using a hinged knee brace is a great option for when you are going through knee rehabilitation and building strength back up in the knee. By providing significant support and stability to the knee joint, hinged knee braces ensure the knee is aligned properly, reducing the risk of further injury.

It is important to understand that while hinged knee braces are a great choice for limiting movement and pain relief, to fully build strength back up in the knee it is crucial that you don't rely on the brace, and also partake in physiotherapy exercises while wearing it. Light exercise and strength training are the most efficient methods of building up strength in your knee, while a hinged knee brace is the perfect companion to prevent pain or further damage when going through these strength building exercises.

Hinged Knee Brace for Ligament Injuries

A hinged knee brace reduces the pressure and stress on the knee by supporting the tendons, muscles and joints, giving the knee more stability. The hinged design ensures that these knee braces are ideal for rehabilitation following a severe knee ligament injury, as they work to stabilise the joint by limiting certain movements. Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL), Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL), and Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) are the most common ligament injuries, so if you are suffering from one of these, investing in a hinged knee brace is a sensible choice and will help you return to sport and activities faster.

Pain in the Knee Cap

Hinged knee braces with a patella opening can help ease patellofemoral pain. In a patella knee brace, the hinge keeps the knee stabilised to limit certain movements and prevent overextension, while also providing an extra layer of protection from lateral impacts, avoiding any further damage. Meanwhile, the open knee cap feature relieves pressure on the patella, providing breathability, and still allowing for some movement in the joint. 

Hinged Knee Braces for Arthritis

A hinged knee brace for arthritis provides stability to the joint, reducing the common, 'wobbly knee' sensation that arthritis sufferers face. Many of the arthritis knee braces here at PhysioRoom are adjustable too, meaning you can change the range of motion and pressure on the knee joint as your knee heals, or to fit the activity or movement you are undertaking.

Post-Surgery Knee Braces

Hinged knee braces are a great option for anybody going through the knee surgery recovery and rehabilitation process. Limiting harmful movements allows the knee to strengthen and recover quicker than it would without the help of a brace, while also providing an extra layer of support and protection from everyday injuries such as overextension.

Hinged Knee Braces During Sport

A hinged knee brace for skiing is a very important safety measure that beginners and professionals alike opt for. Not only do knee supports help you recover from injuries, but they also prevent them from happening. Knee injuries while skiing are extremely common, with the forward motion while skiing downhill increasing the risk of your knee joint giving out. Therefore, a hinged knee brace is a great choice while out on the slopes. The hinged bars provide great lateral stability and support, reducing the risk of knee cap displacement and further, more serious injuries as well.