The Adjustable Knee Helix is ideal for patellofemoral pain syndrome, runner’s knee, patellar tendonitis, jumper’s knee, osteoarthritis, and Osgood Schlatter’s.
The Adjustable Knee Helix is best suited when full knee compression and support are desired but pressure on the patella is to be avoided because of patellofemoral pain syndrome. Please see our Full Knee Helix if support and compression to the entire knee and stabilization of the patella is desired. Please see our Patella Helix for compression of the anterior knee specifically.
Similar to the Full Knee Helix (Open), the Adjustable Knee Helix is a full knee compression brace that’s excellent for sprains and injuries including minor sprains to the medial and lateral stabilizing knee ligaments.
Comfort with compression is achieved for minor meniscus, anterior and posterior knee injuries. Posterior pressure is not placed on the patella. If you have had surgery on your knee, either an open or laparoscopic procedure, our Full Knee Helix is advised to provide uniform support to the injured tissues. If you have been advised to use a support with an opening for the patella, the Adjustable Knee Helix is ideal.
If support of the the hamstring or calf tendons is desired, please select the Full Knee Helix.
If the Helix is being selected to help with management of arthritis pain, the Adjustable Knee Helix is advised because of ease of placement.
If you need help deciding which Body Helix is the correct for your specific need, please view our blog for more information.
It is very important to measure at the knee cap in order to get the proper fit. Please do not measure your thigh.
I watched the how to video! I am wearing , washing and drying and loving how this brace fits and feels - no more knee pain!
over all is a good brace.. I my self believe a little pricey.. when i need to wear. Make my back my leg sweat..
The size is way too small.
All our compression products have two options available: Max Compression and Ultra Light. What’s the difference?