Knee Supports & Braces

Knee supports and braces can be used following knee surgery and during rehabilitation. But they can also be used for sports & running. These products can help to provide stability and support following knee injuries. These may include an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture or torn knee cartilage. But they can also help with cases of sprained medial knee ligaments and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) rupture. Use knee supports for everything from patella tendonitis to knee arthritis and runners knee.

PhysioRoom Hinged Ligament Support Knee Brace
£50.39 Was: £55.99
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PhysioRoom Open Patella Knee Support
£11.24 Was: £12.49
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PhysioRoom Adjustable Sports Knee Support
£9.90 Was: £11
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Double Patella Tubes Knee Support Strap
£7.99 Was: £9.99
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Compex Bionic Knee Brace Support
£22.49 Was: £29.99
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PhysioRoom Elite Defender Ligament Knee Brace
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PhysioRoom Wrap Around Hinged Knee Brace
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Mueller Hg80 Premium Hinged Knee Brace
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Mueller Hg80 Sports Knee Brace
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Mueller Hg80 Premium Knee Stabiliser Brace
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PhysioRoom Pro Open Knee Stabiliser & Brace
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PhysioRoom Closed Knee Support
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Each knee support and brace that we offer here at PhysioRoom is designed for a specific knee injury or condition. They all have different designs and purposes. Hinged Knee Braces are ideal for recovering from medial collateral ligament injuries (MCL) and lateral collateral ligament injuries (LCL).

They can also be used to support arthritic knee joints. Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries may get more support from the PhysioRoom Hinged Knee Brace due to the configuration of its straps.

The effectiveness of a knee support depends on the type of knee injury that you have sustained. Then, whether or not you have the correct support for the problem. There is strong evidence for the use of graded loading and strengthening exercises in the pain management of a variety of knee conditions (including arthritis).

A knee support is used as an aid in the management of your condition. It is hoped that the support and confidence that it provides you will enable you to keep active and commence strengthening exercises. In acute injuries, you'll usually start with a supportive hinged brace and then gradually wean down to an unhinged brace or compression sleeve as your knee improves.

As knee sleeves provide valuable compression, pain and swelling in the knee can be substantially reduced. They worst best when used in conjunction with gentle exercise. For stability and protection for a previous knee injury, use a knee support or brace that provides a higher level of support.

Knee supports are designed to offer different levels of support. They can be found in all different shapes and sizes. Some supports are made from neoprene and offer additional support and breathability whilst playing sports. Whereas others offer protection after specific ligament injuries such as ACL or PCL damage.

With any knee pain, you should seek an assessment with a Chartered Physiotherapist. They will help to identify individual weaknesses or biomechanical issues that could lead to pain. Strengthening the Gluteal muscles or improving ankle stability can also help to address knee pain. They can also improve stability. In the meantime, wearing a brace can help to protect the knee from further harm and offload the stress it endures in day-to-day activities. PhysioRoom offers a large range of knee supports that can help reduce pain and discomfort from many knee injuries.

A torn meniscus can be an extremely painful injury. Wearing a knee brace can help to protect the meniscus from further damage and pain. It can also support the structures around the knee to prevent the giving way sensation of the knee. A hinged knee brace is ideal as it offers protection and provides stability to the joint.

If your pain levels allow, it's a good idea to give yourself a break during the day from wearing a knee support. Like any brace, a knee support provides external support that can mean your body becomes reliant on that extra support. If worn full-time, the muscles, ligaments and tendons can weaken as a result. To prevent this from happening, take breaks from wearing it. And, unless you're in pain, it can be taken off in bed. Instead, use a pillow to support the leg.

If knee pain persists, it's a good idea to seek an assessment from a Chartered Physiotherapist. If the root causes are identified and addressed, the long-term injury risk will be reduced. Also, function may be much improved.

The Medial Collateral ligament (MCL) is a ligament that runs along the inside of your knee. It can be injured with twisting movements that can lead to symptoms of instability, pain and "giving way". The best way to diagnose an MCL injury is to seek an assessment by a Chartered Physiotherapist. They can diagnose the injury and differentiate the problem from other possible causes.

Hinged Knee Supports can help reinforce and protect the MCL after injury.

We have a range of knee supports that are suitable for a range of sports and exercises. Use them for everything from football (soccer) to rugby, running, martial arts, basketball and netball. These braces are suitable for all knee ligament injuries and meniscus tears. So be sure to take a look at our Sports Knee Supports to find the right support for you. Or, you might be looking for a product that can help you with the prevention and rehabilitation of ACL and other knee ligament injuries. Then look no further than our range of Hinged Knee Braces.

Knee Straps

PhysioRoom stocks many types of knee braces that can help to maintain blood flow during athletic activities. The elastic material of our neoprene sleeves and compression knee sleeves makes them breathable and comfortable.

Hinged Knee Braces

For truly breathable knee supports, upgrade from our knee wraps to a proper knee brace. Their anti-slip design and anatomic frames make our knee bracing suitable for more serious injuries.

For Arthritis and Joint Pain

Knee braces with stabilisers can help with arthritis pain in the knee joint. They can work to provide stability whilst reducing stiffness and enabling daily activities.

For Knee Pain Relief

Our wide variety of adjustable straps and sleeves can help with otherwise painful movements during rehab.

For Knee Stability

For stability without loss of range of motion, pick up a PhysioRoom knee support. Made from a comfortable, breathable material, each support and brace we sell can help with blood circulation and knee instability.