Supports and Braces

Are you looking for supports to help you compete in sport? Or do you want to combat the effects of arthritis? Whatever it is, PhysioRoom can supply you with an affordable solution. Choose products from one of our approved top brands or our own high-quality products. Supports and braces can help to provide effective aid during your recovery. At PhysioRoom we have a complete range of injury supports and braces to help you overcome whatever injury or discomfort you are faced with, including back braces, thumb splints, and elbow supports. Explore our range and find a knee support, ankle support or anything from our range that suits your needs!

Elite Knitted Snug Series Knee Support
£12.29 Was: £16.99
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
PhysioRoom Neoprene Sports Knee Support
£5.19 Was: £6.99
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
PhysioRoom Posture Corrector Brace
£4.44 Was: £5.49
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
PhysioRoom Ankle Brace with Spiral Stays
£11.39 Was: £15.49
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
Elite Breathable Knee Support with Adjustable Straps
£6.19 Was: £7.49
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
PhysioRoom Compression Knee Support
£4.99 Was: £5.99
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
Compex Anaform 4mm Neoprene Open Knee Sleeve Support
£6.39 Was: £24.99
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
Ankle Brace Lace Up with Side Stabilisers and Cross Auxiliary Fixing Belt
£6.99 Was: £18.49
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
Compex Anaform Wrist Wrap Support
£3.69 Was: £19.99
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
Compex Anaform Neoprene Calf Sleeve Support
£6.39 Was: £34.99
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
Compex Bionic Ankle Support Brace
£7.29 Was: £29.99
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days
PhysioRoom Wrist Splint Support
£6.99 Was: £8.49
DELIVERY within 1 - 4 working days

Various supports and ankle braces can help either during or after physical activities. Compression sleeves can help to improve blood flow through joints. They may even help to repair tissues and ligaments quicker. An ankle support can also provide pain relief and reduce inflammation. And, for ankle injuries like a sprain, or chronic weak ankles, ankle braces can limit certain motions. This external compression can allow time for recovery.

Start by weighing up what you need out of a knee brace. If it's for a minor injury then you'll want something that maximises flexibility. This is because you'll want to keep a greater range of motion. If you've suffered an injury and need to rehabilitate then you'll want something sturdier. For chronic conditions - the aim is to reduce pain and inflammation. So choose something comfortable and non-restrictive.

The fact that knees limited range of motion on one plane can make them unstable and at risk of injury. Knee injuries may be caused by the heavy load they have to bear and the torque they can produce when in use. The mixture of bone, ligament, muscle and cartilage around the knee joint also allows for a variety of problems to occur. To help isolate and reduce knee pain, you may need to use anything from a compression sleeve to a full hinged brace.

Any exercise that is low impact is always going to be kinder to your joints. Things like swimming, cycling, Tai Chi and yoga also reduce the strain placed on joints. Home exercise machines that allow for aerobic activities are also a good choice.

Our wide range of supports and braces features specialised materials and intelligent designs. Find products that target support, comfort and reinforcement where it's needed most.

Movement and Stability

If you are looking for a support or brace that protects and compresses the joint while still offering a good range of motion, then lightweight compression materials are what you need. At PhysioRoom our range of knee brace and ankle brace supports are full of products made from high quality, breathable materials such as neoprene which provides a suitable level of protection and stability, without restricting movement.

Alternative options to the lightweight braces include hinged braces. PhysioRoom's hinged knee braces are structured and designed in a way where your knee cap remains protected, but a full range of flexibility and motion can be achieved thanks to the hinged design at the joint. This is beneficial during rehab as your joint can continue to flex and enjoy a full range of motion, but is also protected against over-stretching and further impact damage.

Comfort in Recovery

Comfort is the key to ensuring injury rehabilitation goes smoothly. For example, a knee brace, back support or ankle support which is made from soft, lightweight materials and conforms to the shape of the user is going to be far more useful and efficient than a support or brace that is heavy on your body and uncomfortable to wear. The recovery phase of an injury can be taxing for both the body and mind, so feeling comfortable and feeling like you are on the road to recovery is crucial. At PhysioRoom, our injury supports and braces are easy to wear, comfortable, and discreet for everyday use and wear above or beneath your normal clothes.

Our braces are designed with high quality materials and technology which work to speed up recovery, but are also designed with you, the user, in mind. Whatever your injury, you can trust that a PhysioRoom support is going to be both comfortable to wear, but also high quality to provide the perfect level of compression, support, and stability to make your recovery period as efficient as possible.

Breathable Materials

Everything from our knee braces to our wrist splint supports are made from breathable materials, offering a natural feel to the wearer, increasing comfort and peace of mind during rehabilitation. Our knee brace range offers both open and closed patella supports which can improve blood flow, stability, and control as well as reducing sweat, heat and discomfort while wearing. 

For Joint Pain

If you're looking for a knee brace or ankle brace, it may be for a number of reasons, but one of the most common among them is joint paint. Complaints like arthritic knees can be managed and even improved with the use of proper supports. When looking for advice, you should always consult a healthcare professional first, but for any quick questions or infortmation head over to our blog page, where you can read articles including 'PhysioRoom's Guide to Knee Braces' to help find the best support for you.

For Pain Relief

The reason PhysioRoom's supports and braces are so popular is because they are ideal for pain relief. Whether it is one painful injury, or a series of minor sprains, our range of supports and braces can help. We stock our own high-quality supports & braces to reduce and manage injury risk, but we also stock well-known and trusted brands including Donjoy, Mueller, and Compex to give you as much choice as possible, and so you can really tailor your choice of brace to your needs. Say goodbye to weak knees, injury-prone ankles, or bad backs today with PhysioRoom.

For Use In Sport

Supports and Braces are useful when playing sports as they provide an extra level protection, without restricting your range of movement, allowing you to continue performing at your best. PhysioRoom's sports knee supports are an ideal choice for people managing an injury, but not wanting to give up taking part in their favourite sports or physical activites. They are designed with lightweight materials so they will not drag or slow you down when running, and they provide a superior level of protection to prevent further damage and impact injuries.