Vulkan Knee Support Wrap
The Vulkan Knee Support Wrap provides gentle, controlled compression to relieve stresses and pain in the knee. Made from lightweight, elastic material, this comfortable wrap can be worn while working, exercising or riding to school. The wrap can be positioned any way you see fit depending on your needs.
Please note that this support wrap can be worn on either the left or right leg.
The Vulkan Knee Wrap is available in one universal size that should fit most people. the wrap can be custom fitted by you to ensure the right fit and level of compression for your needs.
What Conditions Can This Support Help With?
The Vulkan Knee Wrap is ideal for anybody who feels the strain of their daily routine being placed on or around the knee may lead to injury. As it is lightweight and comfortable in design, the elasticated wrap is suitable for wearing throughout the day to provide the knee with a little extra support.
Where Can I Use the Vulkan Knee Wrap?
Thanks to its lightweight, elasticated material, the Vulkan Knee Wrap can be worn during physical activity, such as when playing sports, exercising, or walking more than usual. Not only does it support the knee with enhanced protection, it also works to help prevent against further injury in the future, keeping you in the game for longer.
How Does the Knee Wrap Treat Pain?
By lightly compressing the key areas around the knee, the Vulkan Knee Wrap helps promote blood circulation. With more blood circulating around the painful area, the muscles become more relaxed, which in turn leads to reduces stiffness and pain while promoting greater flexibility. This strap can be configured in any way depending on where the pain is and how much compression you need.
Key Features and Benefits
- Lightweight knee wrap provides gentle compression and support
- Made with light, breathable materials for comfort
- Can be fitted in any way for ideal treatment of your condition
- Elasticated material provides extra stretch less restriction
- Helps ease pain while preventing further injury