The Adjustable Iliotibial (IT) Band Helix provides stabilization of the iliotibial band, making it ideal for individuals diagnosed with IT Band Syndrome.
The Adjustable Iliotibial (IT) Band Helix is the most comfortable wrap available for the management of IT Band Syndrome, which occurs when your IT Band rubs against the lateral condyle (bony protrusion) of your femur (upper leg) during running and other sports. Our fully adjustable Helix provides warmth and pressure to your IT band, helping to stabilize the IT band so that it tracks correctly as you bend and straighten your knee.
Please note that there are many causes of knee and thigh pain. Please seek a medical diagnosis or evaluation to determine if your pain is from IT Band Syndrome and may benefit from the Adjustable Iliotibial (IT) Band Helix.
The Adjustable Iliotibial (IT) Band Helix is one-size-fits-all.
Once again Body Helix lives up to its excellent and well deserved reputation.
The materials are of the highest quality. Delivery is prompt. And of course, the brace is suburb. Thanks again. I have been and will remain a long term customer. And as a Physical Therapist find myself frequently referring patients to use your products. Oh, and by the way. Your new light weight masks are by far and away the most comfortable and user friendly mask I ha e found in my seemingly endless search for “perfect” mask.
I have other products of yours. I would love ate them 5 star. The IT band straps do not have enough Velcro to secure them while I play tennis. Seem to be designed by an engineer with a tight budget. Sorry I bought them.
Hi Chuck, Thank you for your feedback. If you would like to return the IT bands, you are welcome to as you are still within the exchange/return window. We have a plethora of customers happily wearing our IT band while playing tennis and other sports with no issues with the Velcro adhering and the IT band staying in place. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Sincerely, Team Body Helix
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