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Your Patellofemoral Ligaments and Cartilage

Your patellofemoral knee joint is a complex and interconnected system of bones, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage. While this joint refers to the small area of interaction between your patella and femur, it is involved in many daily activities. Things like bending your knee and going up and down the stairs rely on smooth and controlled movements originating from your patellofemoral joint. 

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Knee Support Brace – What You Need to Know

When the knee joint is damaged, it can benefit from the support and stability provided by a knee brace. Knee support braces come in many shapes and sizes. Although they might work in different ways, the basic purpose of a brace is to help relieve pain and protect your knee from re-injury. The best knee support braces can also improve joint function and mobility, allowing you to return to your favourite activities. In this article, we’ll cover the different types of knee support brace and give some tips on how to choose the right brace for your situation.

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Spring Knee Braces – What You Need to Know

In your search for a knee brace, you may have come across braces with built-in springs to provide support and assist leg extension. But will a spring knee brace really work for you? The short answer is that it depends on the quality and power of the springs and what you hope to achieve. The rest of this article is intended to help answer that question in full. We’ll explain what to look for in a spring knee brace, and how new liquid spring technology is redefining what knee braces are capable of.

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What Is Patellofemoral Arthritis?

There are many types of arthritis. The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis. This disease can occur in multiple parts of your knee, such as the kneecap and one or both sides of your knee. One of the most prevalent forms of osteoarthritis occurs in your kneecap, which is a part of your patellofemoral compartment. This form of osteoarthritis is called patellofemoral arthritis. 

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The Best Patellofemoral Knee Brace

Patellofemoral knee pain (pain originating under the kneecap) usually occurs while squatting, using the stairs, or getting up from a chair. If you have it or think you might, rest assured that there are effective patellofemoral pain treatments out there. In this article, we break down what patellofemoral knee pain is, what causes it, and the best patellofemoral knee braces to help you manage your condition.

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The Best Anti-Gravity Knee Brace

If you are in search of a knee brace to treat your knee pain, you may have come across “anti-gravity” knee braces. Unfortunately, many knee braces claiming to be anti-gravity will not be the best anti-gravity knee brace out there.

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The Best Knee Brace for Bone on Bone Pain

Bone on bone contact is one of the main causes of pain and discomfort among those with knee osteoarthritis. Depending on the severity, it can limit your ability to exercise and stay active. It can even make daily movements like walking, climbing stairs, or getting up from a chair quite difficult. Knee braces are one treatment option that can help reduce bone on bone pain so you can get back to doing what you love. Some knee braces are better for treating osteoarthritis than others. In this article, we’ll cover different bracing solutions to help you find the best knee brace for bone on bone pain.

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