The Full Knee Helix compression sleeve provides compression, comfort, and warmth to the muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the knee and is ideal for sprains and strains, meniscus issues, arthritis, and to help control swelling.
The Full Knee Helix is our most popular knee compression sleeve, because who hasn’t had a bum knee at some point during their athletic career?
The Full Knee Helix is ideal for sprains to the ligaments of the knee joint, meniscus issues, and injuries to the tendons around your knee joint. It helps to control swelling and supports the structures around your knee while they heal. It is unmatched in its comfort, making it the hands-down choice for those who need to focus on their sport and not on their knee sleeve.
Its warmth and comfort make it a go-to for arthritis sufferers. Many arthritis sufferers have found that wearing the Full Knee Helix for 2-3 hours after exercise enables them to have less pain the following day.
It provides warmth and support, making it a great post-surgery choice.
The Full Knee Helix is ideal for those who want the simplicity of a compression sleeve that slips on. It covers the entire knee joint, as well as the tendons and muscles for several inches below and above the knee joint.
The Full Knee Helix Open is recommended for those people who are experiencing pain behind the knee cap or who have been told by their Dr that they need a brace with an open patella. It is the same length as the Full Knee Helix, covering the entire joint plus several inches below and above the knee joint.
The Adjustable Knee Helix is recommended for those who need support of the entire knee joint but who do not want a sleeve that they have to pull on, or for those who want support to the entire knee joint but do not need the additional coverage above and below the knee.
The Knee Helix is the helix of choice for those who have a minor meniscus injury or an old meniscus injury, mild arthritis, or patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee).
The Patella Helix is recommended for Osgood-Schlatter Disease, Patellar Femoral Pain Syndrome (runner’s knee), pain behind the kneecap, or patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee).
If you need more information to help decide which knee Helix is best for you, please read this blog.
Please measure the circumference of your knee at the center of your kneecap, with your leg straight. Please do not measure your thigh. Please do not measure below your kneecap.
Which size should I order if I am in between sizes?
In general, leaner athletes prefer the smaller size. All others prefer the larger size
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