The world’s first bionic knee brace can reduce knee pain and decrease your fatigue — so you can focus on teaching
Recovering from an injury
You’re on your feet all day — delivering exciting lessons, recess duty, running to a staff meeting. And you’re probably up and down flights of stairs three or four times a day. Many people may not realize how physical a teaching job is, but your knees notice every step. And a knee injury means a life interruption for you, and a learning interruption for your students.
If you’re already injured or if you have chronic knee problems, Levitation can help relieve your pain and promote muscular recovery. Less pain while you regain your strength means faster rehabilitation.
Protecting against injury
Becoming a teacher means committing yourself to decades on your feet. You teach your students about safety, but do you protect yourself from long-term injury? Lead by example, and protect yourself before an annoying knee ache becomes a chronic knee injury.
The Levitation Knee Brace was designed to help reduce the effects of high-impact activity. By promoting proper form and the use of the legs (rather than back) during lifting, Levitation increases protects you now and helps prevent long-term injuries. Levitation accomplishes all of this by augmenting the strength of your leg muscles while providing shock absorption to the knee joint.
Is a bionic knee brace right for you? Speak with a bracing specialist to learn more and discuss your knees.