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KNEE BRACES, SLEEVES & SUPPORTS

Best Knee Brace, Sleeves & Knee Support

A knee support is a simple and effective solution that addresses chronic knee pain. If you’re suffering from arthritis, menisci and cartilage damage, patellar tendonitis and bursitis, or even torn ligaments and tendons, one of the best ways to manage the symptoms is to buy a knee brace or sleeve. As a non-invasive solution, you can simply wear a copper or a regular knee brace or sleeve and go about your daily routine. If you require additional joint support, using knee braces and sleeves effectively helps manage symptoms without impacting any other kind of treatment you might be receiving. As a team of doctors with a passion for arthritis that is both personal and academic, we at Dr. Arthritis have designed our knee sleeves and braces to help you get through the day with ease.

  • Copper Infused Knee Compression Sleeve

    Copper Infused Knee Compression Sleeve & Dr. Arthritis Handbook

    $ 14.95
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  • Copper Lined Knee Support Brace

    Copper Lined Knee Support Brace & Dr. Arthritis Handbook

    $ 19.95
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  • Dr. Arthritis Knee Ice Pack and Support Brace

    $ 18.50
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  • Knee Sleeve

    Knee Compression Sleeve & Dr. Arthritis Handbook (Black)

    $ 15.95
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  • Knee Pink Sleeve

    Knee Compression Sleeve & Dr. Arthritis Handbook (Pink)

    $ 15.95
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  • Ladies Knee Compression Sleeve

    Ladies Knee Compression Sleeve & Dr. Arthritis Handbook

    $ 14.95
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  • Patella Tendon Strap

    Patella Tendon Strap / Knee Strap / Brace & Dr. Arthritis Handbook (Black)

    $ 14.95
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  • Knee Strap

    Patella Tendon Strap / Knee Strap / Brace & Dr. Arthritis Handbook (Pink)

    $ 14.95
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Different types of knee supports

Here at Dr. Arthritis, we offer several different types of knee supports such as compression sleeves, lined braces, and patella knee straps to address different needs.

  • Knee compression sleeves are best used to reduce swelling, inflammation and relieve knee pain. They do this by compressing the joint area and minimizing movement that could potentially cause further damage or pain.
  • Lined knee support braces are the best option if you need a little more rigidity than a sleeve but still require the movement and flexibility that other options on the market don’t allow for.
  • Patella knee straps are a great option for those suffering from knee pain in the patella tendon, located just below your kneecap. It works by spreading out the pressure over a larger area and is relatively unobtrusive.

Experience Dr. Arthritis premium customer service

If you’re looking to buy a knee brace for an injury or other chronic pain symptoms, Dr. Arthritis has you covered. With our 100% money-back guarantee, you can be sure you’ll receive a product that meets your expectations. If not, we’re happy to issue a full refund with no questions asked or facilitate an exchange until you find the right product for your needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know what type of knee support is right for me?

At Dr. Arthritis, we offer some of the best knee compression sleeves and knee braces on the market. Knee braces are better suited if you need extra support for an injury in a localized part of your knee. Knee sleeves on the other hand are better if you suffer from joint pain or swelling.

What can knee support help with?

Knee supports can help with a wide variety of conditions including arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, cartilage damage, sports injuries and more.

Will wearing knee support affect my daily movements?

All our knee supports are designed to be non-invasive and can be worn during exercise. They also will not interfere with any other treatment you may be having.

Which size knee support should I get?

While our braces are one-size-fits-all thanks to their adjustable Velcro straps, compression sleeves come in several sizes. Refer to our sizing chart and pick the right option carefully. A sleeve too tight will be uncomfortable and restrict too much blood flow, while a sleeve that’s too short will not stay in place and have no positive effect.