Knee Support

Knee Support For Arthritis Pain Relief

Radical pain relief for Arthritis aches & injuries

This Incrediwear Knee Support can help accelerate recovery, including post-surgical recovery, and alleviate joint pain 


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Knee Support For Arthritis Pain Relief

Radical pain relief for Arthritis aches & injuries

This Incrediwear Knee Support can help accelerate recovery, including post-surgical recovery, and alleviate joint pain 

Product Description

Radical pain relief for Arthritis aches & injuries

This Incrediwear Knee Support can help accelerate recovery, including post-surgical recovery and alleviate joint pain from the following conditions:

  • Joint Pain
  • Inflamation
  • Stiffness
  • Arthritis & tendonitis
  • Meniscus tears
  • Sports injuries
  • Tired & aching muscles
  • Sprains

Our revolutionary therapeutic fabric Knee Brace is infused with circulation enhancing natural elements, germanium and carbon. These elements are activated by your body heat and dramatically increase blood flow to your skin and muscles, which reducespain, stiffness, swelling & fatigue.

Read our testimonials to find out more.

Knee Sleeve Product information

Incrediwear Knee Sleeve are unisex and grey in color. They are easy to slip on and have fiber optic stays to prevent bunching.


Measure the circumference of your leg 2” above your kneecap to choose the right size for yourKnee Brace.

KNEE BRACE SIZEMediumLargeX-LargeXX-Large
31-36 cm
14-16 in
36-41 cm
16-18 in
41-46 cm
18-22 in
46-56 cm

Guidelines for use

  • Wear as needed for comfort and relief
  • Can be worn 24/7
  • For maximum benefit wear when sleeping

Care & Fabric composition

Your Incrediwear Sleeve is easy to clean. Wash warm or cold, tumble dry low. Do not bleach, iron or dry clean.

  • 49% Polyester (Carbon Infused)
  • 25% Nylon (Germanium Infused)
  • 21% Cotton (Germanium Infused)
  • 5% Lycra Spandex


  • Wash warm or cold, tumble dry low
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not iron
  • Do not dry clean


Important note:

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary. If symptoms persist or worsen please consult your doctor.

Arthritis in the knee causes the joint to be stiff, painful and may even restrict movement of the leg. Osteoarthritis often causes chronic pain that can be heightened by certain activities. In most cases, a patient with the condition may experience more pain due to basic daily activities. This could include climbing the stairs or even kneeling in the garden. It can severely alter the quality of life for the patient, and the knee can become swollen. The impaired function of the leg can also be crippling for the individual. Arthritis knee treatment may eventually result in knee replacement surgery being required to fix the issue. However, if the symptoms can be alleviated, this solution is not always necessary.

You may not even be aware that you have knee arthritis in the early stages of the condition. If you suffer from pain or stiffness in your knee joint, you may think it’s due to a sports injury. It will only be when the pain doesn’t subside, and the condition worsens that you notice a serious problem. At that point, a doctor may diagnose you with osteoarthritis.

Managing Knee Arthritis With A Knee Brace

A long term chronic condition like arthritis needs to be managed on an ongoing basis. With the right treatment options, arthritis in the knee does not have to stop you living your life the way you want. There are plenty of options to consider when dealing with knee arthritis. For instance, you can participate in physical activities like swimming that do not put pressure on the knee joint at all.

One way to support arthritic knees is to use a knee brace. A knee brace is used to provide increased support to the knee for the patient with arthritis. Knee braces vary significantly in the level of support they provide, the different materials they are made of and they can vary hugely in price. A knee brace can put the knee back in alignment and more pressure around the knee rather than on the damaged area. Due to this, physical actions can be completed without pain to the affected area within the knee. There are a few different types of knee brace that may be useful for arthritis knee treatment.

General Knee Support

A general is often useful during the early stages of knee arthritis, or for patients with a mild form of the condition as they provide a low level of support, and so tend to be low cost. 

Advanced Knee Braces 

Providing both support for the ligaments and reducing the weight on the joint, these braces lower the pain felt by the patient. They can help individuals who suffer from arthritis that affects the entire joint. 

There are plenty of benefits of knee braces for osteoarthritis patients. 

Allowing The Leg To Heal 

A knee brace shifts the pressure on the knee elsewhere on the leg so it can help a ligament heal. This is particularly important for people with knee arthritis who have sustained a leg injury. Special hinged knee braces can be used to lock the knee in an immobile position or be unlocked, allowing it to bend. Due to this, they are often used to shape and control a recovery period or aid someone with arthritis.

Reducing Pain 

If there is a weakness of the cartilage under the kneecap, this can cause pain. Again, this is because there is not enough support for the knee to keep it in alignment. With a neoprene brace, the bone of the knee can be kept in the right position, even with soft cartilage. Due to this, the amount of pain the patient is suffering from can be dramatically reduced. 

Confidence To Live an active Life

People who are suffering from knee arthritis often lose the confidence to live their life the way they want. Due to this, their lives become restricted, and the quality of their life is diminished. If you find that you can not complete the physical activities you enjoy, you may want to try a neoprene sleeve brace. The brace provides warmth and compression on the affected knee. Again, this can help to alleviate the pain experienced by the patient. However, many sports therapists suggest that the main result could be a psychological benefit. Patients feel the support, and due to this, they experience less pain. They then feel comfortable enough to engage in the activities that they enjoy. As such, these braces are often recommended by doctors to provide the best knee support for osteoarthritis patients and a good quality of life.