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    Brand: Thermoskin
    The Thermoskin EXO Stabilising Knee Sleeve is anatomically shaped to stabilise and support the knee and patella whilst in use. The hexagon opening for the patella helps to keep it free from compression and provides 360º support.
    SKU: KBS015
    Code Size Unit of Measure Measurement
    Code: 83110 Size: Small Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: (Thigh) 31cm - 38cm, (Calf) 23cm - 30cm
    Code: 84110 Size: Medium Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: (Thigh) 38cm - 45cm, (Calf) 30cm - 37cm
    Code: 85110 Size: Large Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: (Thigh) 45cm - 52cm, (Calf) 37cm - 44cm
    Code: 86110 Size: Extra Large Unit of Measure: EA Measurement: (Thigh) 52cm - 59cm, (Calf) 44cm - 51cm

    The Thermoskin EXO Stabilising Knee Sleeve is anatomically shaped to stabilise and support the knee and patella whilst in use. The hexagon opening for the patella helps to keep it free from compression and provides 360º support. An anti-slip elasticised top and bottom help keep the support for everyday use or weak or injured knee conditions such as runner knee and patella dislocation.

    Thermoskin EXO Thermo Regulation Technology

    The exclusive Thermoskin EXO™ thermo regulation material releases energy in the form of heat. EXO converts moisture into heat, working to provide increased muscle temperature and blood flow to aid in recovery. This is effective in the management of pain and injuries to soft tissue. The Thermoskin EXO range helps to maintain a lightweight feel by converting moisture away from the skin, giving a longer more comfortable wear.


    • Jumper’s Knee (Patella Tendon Overuse Injury, Patella Tendinosis, Patella Tendinopathy)
    • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
    • Runner’s Knee (Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome)
    • Osgood-Schlatter’s Disease

    Measure around the lower thigh 10cm above the knee & around the calf 10cm below the knee.

    What is a Knee Brace?

    A knee brace is a specialised orthopaedic solution for support and relief of diverse knee conditions. At OPC Health, healthcare professionals can explore our tailored knee brace categories:


    When should I use a Knee Brace?

    A knee brace may be used as a preventative or treatment option. Many individuals may choose to use a brace to prevent injuries especially when there has been a history of knee issues. Others may require a brace to support the joint as ligament and other soft tissue structures heal.


    Do Knee Braces really help?

    Yes, knee braces can be effective for common knee injuries and issues, providing support and relief. They are beneficial for addressing sprains, strains, patellar instability, post-surgery rehabilitation, and osteoarthritis. While results may vary, many individuals find knee braces helpful in reducing pain and promoting healing.


    How does a Knee Sleeve work?

    Knee Sleeves work by applying mild compression and stability to the joint. The compression aspect helps to stabilise the knee joint and reduces swelling. This promotes good blood flow which can aid the healing process. 


    Which Knee Brace is right for me?

    Healthcare providers, such as Orthotists, Physiotherapists, or GPs, assess patient profiles to determine the most appropriate knee brace.


    How long should I wear a Knee Brace?

    The duration of wear depends on a variety of factors. Patient goals will greatly affect this. Individuals who wear a Knee Sleeve for prevention may only need to wear it during physical activity whereas individuals who require a Knee Brace for treatment of an injury may need to wear it until healed. 


    How do I put on a Knee Brace?

    To put on a knee brace:

    1. Ensure a clean, dry knee and brace.
    2. Slide the brace up, aligning it with your kneecap.
    3. Secure straps (where applicable) from bottom to top, snug but not too tight.
    4. Check for comfort and adjust as needed.
    5. Bend and straighten your knee to ensure mobility.
    6. Double-check all closures for a secure fit.

    Refer to the specific instructions provided with your brace and consult a healthcare professional if needed.


    Which Knee Brace for Osteoarthritis?

    To find the ideal knee brace for osteoarthritis relief, explore our carefully curated collection in the Osteo-Arthritis Braces category. These braces are crafted to specifically address the unique challenges of osteoarthritis, providing targeted support and promoting joint health.


    How do I take care of my Knee Brace?

    Most braces are made of soft fabric that can be hand washed with soapy water. Some will be machine washable but please check care instructions. 


    What is the warranty for Knee Brace products?

    Our warranty coverage varies for each product, ensuring tailored protection. For specific details or inquiries, contact our customer service at the provided number, 1300 672 937. We're here to assist you with any questions regarding the warranty for your particular product.


    Why buy a Knee Brace at OPC Health?

    OPC Health is your go-to supplier for Allied Health professionals having supported the industry for over 40 years. Backed by our clinical expertise, we can provide the technical support for all your Knee enquiries.

    For the general public, you can visit for all your general sports medicine and bracing requirements. 


    Need assistance?

    For assistance or inquiries, call us at 1300 672 937 or visit our website for additional contact options and to explore our healthcare solutions. We're here to help!

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