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Thermoskin Thermal Knee Stabiliser

Thermoskin Thermal Knee Stabiliser has been clinically developed for the simple and effective treatment of injury to knee muscles, tendons and ligaments. It combines compression, support and naturally generated body heat for therapy and pain relief of sports injuries, arthritis and RSI.

Anatomically designed with internal metal stays and a combination of velcro locking straps to provide knee stability, which is particularly effective for pain secondary to degenerative disease and medial and lateral instability.

Place so that the knee patella hole is sitting comfortably over the patella in the mid-section of the 3-piece knee. Lock in stabilisers with the top and bottom velcro straps.

Suitable for:
  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries.
  • Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries.
  • Meniscus Injuries.
  • Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries.
Measure with leg slightly bent and underneath knee cap.