Patella-femoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is an overuse injury caused by constant contact of the underside surface of the patella (knee cap) with the femur (thigh bone). Runners, basketball players, and females with an increased Q-angle (“knock-knees”) are some who are more susceptible to PFPS. Repeated weight-bearing activities, running, jumping, ascending and descending stairs, and even sitting for an extended period can aggravate the syndrome. The patellar strap is less bulky than conventional full-knee covering braces - a minimalist approach to knee bracing. They used infra-patellar (below the patella) and supra-patellar (above the patella) straps to study quadriceps activity and onset timing of the bodyweight squat.
Anatomically shaped Pad
Tynor Pattelar Support Features
Anatomical pad design
Lifts and positions the patella properly
Optimal compression of the patellar tendon
Ensures strong grip of the product
Silicon material of pad.
Absorbs all the vibrations around the patella and the patellar tendon.
Provides comfortable compression to the patellar tendon.
Support the patella.
Provides good massage
Enhances blood circulation to the area
Thigh Sleeve Applications
- Mild support to quadriceps and hamstrings.
- Relieves inflammation and stiffness.
- Firm compression and therapeutic warmth.
- Psychological support to geriatric patients.
- Sports injury, sprains and strains.
- Post-surgical rehabilitation.
- Burn care.
- Strong Compression.
- Four way stretch.
- Breathable and comfortable.