Knee crus femur

Aircast -  classic - For treating and preventing ankle injuries, sprains, tears
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Aircast - classic - For treating and preventing ankle injuries, sprains, tears
$268.00
Procare -  Rotolex Knee with Silicone - With the silicone ring contributing to the pressure reduction
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Procare - Rotolex Knee with Silicone - With the silicone ring contributing to the pressure reduction
$135.00
Procare - Knee one Part - With internal and external stabilizers
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Procare - Knee one Part - With internal and external stabilizers
$213.00
Procare - fixes a 3-piece knee - with Three aluminum hinges on the rear
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Procare - fixes a 3-piece knee - with Three aluminum hinges on the rear
$187.00
Donjoy - light knee fixation - with Durable, telescopic hinge
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Donjoy - light knee fixation - with Durable, telescopic hinge
$324.00
Donjoy - fixes premium knee - new telescopic knee
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Donjoy - fixes premium knee - new telescopic knee
$514.00
Donjoy - kneeling Avriday to OA - Designed to treat OA arthritis
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Donjoy - kneeling Avriday to OA - Designed to treat OA arthritis
$2,428.00
Donjoy -  Knee Nano OA - he knee mount weighs only 402 grams
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Donjoy - Knee Nano OA - he knee mount weighs only 402 grams
$2,685.00
Donjoy - stabilizes daily knees for instability
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Donjoy - stabilizes daily knees for instability
$1,725.00
Donjoy - stabilizes knee to hard jend to rupture ligaments
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Donjoy - stabilizes knee to hard jend to rupture ligaments
$1,857.00
Donjoy - Stretch hard armor knee stabilizer for straps
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Donjoy - Stretch hard armor knee stabilizer for straps
$1,687.00
Donjoy - Stabilizes Hard Polyphonic Knee to Tear Strips
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Donjoy - Stabilizes Hard Polyphonic Knee to Tear Strips
$2,057.00
e-life - Knee stabilizer for side ligaments and / or cross-links
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e-life - Knee stabilizer for side ligaments and / or cross-links
$648.00
bort - Telescopic knee after surgery - Can be worn over or under the pants
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bort - Telescopic knee after surgery - Can be worn over or under the pants
$497.00
BORT - Stabilizer / knee protector for treating instability
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BORT - Stabilizer / knee protector for treating instability
$374.00
BORT - Knee with silicone ring and  hinge - Aluminum hard rods with bending axis
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BORT - Knee with silicone ring and hinge - Aluminum hard rods with bending axis
$367.00
e-life - Night Splint for  stretch - Maintains the back market muscles throughout the night
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e-life - Night Splint for stretch - Maintains the back market muscles throughout the night
$221.00
FORTUNA - Neoprene knee protector open beak - Assists in muscle, compression and pressure distribution
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FORTUNA - Neoprene knee protector open beak - Assists in muscle, compression and pressure distribution
$87.00
E-LIFE - 24-inch knee inch - You can fix angles of 0-20 degrees.
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E-LIFE - 24-inch knee inch - You can fix angles of 0-20 degrees.
$163.00
E-LIFE - Knee stabilizer with hinges - Reinforcement strips above and below the reinforcement for additional reinforcement and fixation
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E-LIFE - Knee stabilizer with hinges - Reinforcement strips above and below the reinforcement for additional reinforcement and fixation
$189.00
E-LIFE - Long knee fastener with  hinges - An open pressure reduction cam
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E-LIFE - Long knee fastener with hinges - An open pressure reduction cam
$314.00
Genoa Express with BORT ROM - Optimal stabilization based on the "4 grips" principle
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Genoa Express with BORT ROM - Optimal stabilization based on the "4 grips" principle
$974.00
BORT - 55 cm long knee fixation - With an anatomical silicone pad on the inside. and 4 Aluminum Stabilizers
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BORT - 55 cm long knee fixation - With an anatomical silicone pad on the inside. and 4 Aluminum Stabilizers
$412.00
E-LIFE - Dual Support Silicone Knee Protector - with two stabilizers on each side
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E-LIFE - Dual Support Silicone Knee Protector - with two stabilizers on each side
$128.00
Knee pain is a very common complaint of both women and men of all ages. These pains can occur as a result of a knee injury or knee burn, as well as various medical conditions such as mechanical problems, arthritis, and infection.
In many cases, knee pain is mild and can then be treated through rest, elastic bandage, analgesics, and physical therapy. However, sometimes the pains can be severe and prolonged, and surgery may not be necessary to resolve the problem.
What causes knee pain?
To understand what causes knee pain, the knee structure must first be recognized.
The knee is the site of connection between the femur (femur) and the market bone (tibia). In the front is another bone - the patella of the knee.
There are several stabilizing ligaments and tendons in the knee:
• The front and back cross straps.
• The collateral ligaments on both sides.
• The quadriceps tendon and the patella tendon fix the kneecap.
In the area where the shin and thigh bone are kissed, there are two very strong cartilages used for the shock absorbers of the knee. These are the two menisci: the medial (inner) and lateral (outer).
There are several stock exchanges in the knee. Stock Exchange is a bag full of liquid whose job is to shake up the movement of the joint and protect the various structures.
The knee joint has a rigid casing (capsule). The knee is placed inside the capsule in a fluid known as synovial fluid.
After surgery, it is important to use orthopedic products for Knee femur
Which will help in recovery
These are the types of knee injuries:
Mechanical problems
1. Unloading the cam. The kneecap is fixed in place with the help of tendons. If these tendons are too loose, it may slip away, usually into the lateral (outer) region of the knee.
2. Knee lock. A bone or cartilage particle may disengage due to abrasion or sabotage and move into the joint space. This can cause severe pain and the inability to straighten the knee (locking of the knee).
Part of the healing process is the use of orthopedic products for Knee femur
sabotage
A direct knee injury can damage any of its tissues - for example, breaking a bone or causing tears in the meniscus, stock exchange, or ligament. Here are two of the most common injuries following sabotage:
1. The tear of the anterior cruciate ligament. This injury is very common among athletes who often change their running direction suddenly and suddenly, such as basketball and soccer.
2. Meniscus rupture. It is very common among football players because they often absorb direct and powerful beats in the lower extremities, including the knees.
It is very important to use orthopedic products for Knee femur
To balance the muscles and tendons
inflammation
1. Osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis of the joints. It is the most common arthritis, and it mainly affects the weight-bearing joints in the body: knees, hips, and ankles.
2. Rheumatoid arthritis (rheumatoid arthritis). This is autoimmune arthritis that can damage your knees. This inflammation is more common in women and is usually diagnosed at an early age (30-20). It requires proper medical care and supervision by the family doctor and a rheumatologist.
3. Gout. It is a disease caused by the sedimentation of uric acid crystals (uric acid) in the body joints. Usually, the disease first appears in the joints of the foot (especially in the joint of the big toe base), but it can also appear in other joints, including other joints of the feet, ankles, and knees. This disease requires medical care and follow-up - usually by the family doctor and sometimes even a rheumatologist.
4. Infectious knee inflammation. This disease is not common. It causes intense pain, redness, and usually also fever. She requires immediate inpatient medical care, including antibiotic treatment.
5. Inflammation of the patella. As a result of strenuous exercise, the mechanical patella can be caused by the patella tendon, which is responsible for stabilizing the hamstring.
Other Vulnerabilities
1. The problem in a nearby joint. The hip, ankle, and lower back can cause pain that radiates to the knee. In this case, you feel the pain in your knee, even though the problem is in another joint.
2. Osgood Shutter. Pain arising from knee enlargement. Common among teenage boys and girls. This pain usually goes away completely when the bone growth process is over.
3. Patellofemoral syndrome. The tendon that stabilizes the patella in place is attached to the quadriceps muscle. When exercising, this tendon can stretch and create friction between the back of the hamstring and the anterior region of the femur. Pain - in the front of the knee - is common among young people in sports
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