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FLA Pro-Lite 3D Knee Support FLA Pro-Lite 3D Knee Support

Knee compression sleeve for increased stability and comfort on knee strains. Silicone insert to help with instability and serves as contour for patella and reduce swelling. Breathable material, light weight to increase comfort.

OUR PRICE: $41.99
Ossur FX Patella Stabilizer Ossur FX Patella Stabilizer

The Ossur Form fit hinged knee support incorporates the Power of Popliteal Scoring.

OUR PRICE: $48.99
Ossur FormFit Knee Hinged Lateral J Ossur Formfit Knee Hinged Lateral J

The Formfit Knee Hinged Lateral J is designed to provide realignment of the patella. It offers support, stability and protection for users benefitting from realignment of the patella and/or added lateral support of the patella.

OUR PRICE: $69.99
Breg Buttress Support Soft Knee Brace Breg Buttress Support Soft Knee Brace

The Buttress Support Soft Knee Brace is a low cost knee brace for daily activities. It features a 1/4" foam buttress, which can be positioned inside the neoprene pocket to offer stabilization from virtually any position.

OUR PRICE: $93.50
Breg WrapOn Pad - Knee Breg WrapOn Pad - Knee

Breg's unique WrapOn Polar Pads incorporate elastic straps that wrap around the joint and affix to the foam-backed pad. The WrapOn Pads eliminate the need for extra foam wraps or ace wraps.

OUR PRICE: $100.00
Stabilize, Cool, and Compress Dislocated Knees
A dislocated knee occurs when the patella (kneecap) slides out of place. This can be for many reasons, including a sudden stress or trauma to the patella. Symptoms include pain, swelling, the inability to straighten your knee, and a general deformed look to the knee itself.

It's important to stabilize the knee and leg if your knee has slipped out. Once you have managed to put it back into place either by yourself (in minor cases) or with the help of a doctor (surgical cases), check out our immobilizers and knee braces below to help stabilize your leg while the tissue around the kneecap heals.