Full Knee Helix Snapshot
- Provides full knee compression and support with comfort
- Perfect when compression of the entire knee is recommended
- Stays put
- Machine washable
- Stays in position
Full Knee Compression Sleeve Uses
The Full Knee Helix Compression Sleeve is the ideal support for compression and comfort of the whole knee because of our unique material and the fact that is stays in position. Read what our customer have to say about their experience with our knee supports.
We are advise using the Full Knee Helix when knee compression of the entire knee has been recommended. Please see our Patella Helix and Knee Helix for compression of the anterior knee specifically. Without your physician’s approval, the Full Knee Helix is not recommended for the diagnosis of Runner’s Knee, patellofemoral arthritis or if you are experiencing pain directly behind the knee cap. Please see our Full Knee Helix (Open) for use with patellofemoral pain syndrome. We also offer the Full Knee Helix (Reinforced) which is designed for use with sand volley ball.
This outstanding knee support is excellent for sprains and injuries including minor sprains to the medial and lateral stabilising knee ligaments.
Comfort for minor meniscus, anterior and posterior knee or patellar injuries can be achieved with this knee compression sleeve. If you have had knee surgery at any time, either an open or laparoscopic procedure, then our Full Knee Helix is advised to provide uniform support to the injured tissues.
For reasons that are not scientifically clear, our knee support has provided significant comfort to arthritis sufferers. Rugby, football and volleyball players are wear the Full Knee Helix (Reinforced) for injury prevention. Moisture activation of adherence causes the Full Knee Helix to remain comfortably in place and it will not bunch behind the knee.
Full Knee Helix Features
What is the difference in styles?
If you need help deciding which knee support is the correct Helix for your knee, please view our blog for more information.
A proper fit is important
It is very important to measure your knee at the knee cap in order to get the proper fit. Please do not measure your thigh.