Incrediwear Knee Sleeve
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Incrediwear Knee Sleeve is designed to alleviate symptoms associated with Osteoarthritis, Ligament Injuries, Tendonitis and Sprains. The Incrediwear Knee Sleeve accelerates recovery and relieves pain for those suffering from acute or chronic joint injuries and conditions. The Knee Sleeve can be worn during and after activity to provide pain relief and post-activity recovery. Can also be worn in Conjunction with Various Braces as an Undersleeve. Hand or machine wash cold. Hang or tumble dry low. No fabric softener. Sleeves may be worn during any physical therapy sessions.
For Injuries utilize sleeve as soon as possible to reduce pain and swelling. Sleeve should be worn 24 hours to promote blood flow and reduced edema (up to 4-6 weeks). Sleeves may be worn in conjunction with physical therapy sessions to promote full range of motion. Sleeve may be worn as needed post recovery.
- For Chronic conditions use the Knee Sleeve during the day to alleviate pain and swelling associated with any activity and use the Leg Sleeve at rest and while sleeping.
- For Pre-Operative use the sleeve one week prior to surgery day and night to manage any localized swelling and pain.
- For Post-Operative -
Day 1-10: The Knee Sleeve can be worn over a surgical dressing and applied immediately post-operatively. Patients should wear the sleeve until the swelling has resolved (up to 4-6 weeks).
Day 11-30: Alternate using the Knee Sleeve during the day to alleviate pain and swelling associated with any activity and use the Leg Sleeve at rest and while sleeping.
Other Suggested Indications: Total Knee Replacement, ACL Reconstruction, Meniscal Repair (Post Arthroscopic), Osteoarthritis / Rheumatoid Arthritis, Generalized Pain and Swelling, Acute Injuries and Chronic conditions, Bursitis / Tendonitis, Pre / Post-Operative Surgery, Preventative Muscle Injury and Recovery, Strains / Sprains, Fractures and Joint Pain.
* Includes 1 Sleeve.
- Measurements should be taken in the morning when swelling is at a minimum.
- Measure against bare skin, not over clothing.
- Feet should be flat on the floor.