Imaging is useful for diagnosing and monitoring the progression of osteo arthritis. It can show medical professionals more accurate results than traditional radiography.More»
In your search for a knee brace, you may have come across braces with built-in springs to provide support and assist leg extension. But will a spring knee brace really work for you? The short answer is that it depends on the quality and power of the springs and what you hope to achieve. The rest of this article is intended to help answer that question in full. We’ll explain what to look for in a spring knee brace, and how new liquid spring technology is redefining what knee braces are capable of.More»
Patellofemoral knee pain (pain originating under the kneecap) usually occurs while squatting, using the stairs, or getting up from a chair. If you have it or think you might, rest assured that there are effective patellofemoral pain treatments out there. In this article, we break down what patellofemoral knee pain is, what causes it, and the best patellofemoral knee braces to help you manage your condition.More»
If you are in search of a knee brace to treat your knee pain, you may have come across “anti-gravity” knee braces. Unfortunately, many knee braces claiming to be anti-gravity will not be the best anti-gravity knee brace out there.More»
Shopping for the perfect knee brace for your osteoarthritis can be a confusing experience. To make your life easier, our brace smackdown will compare a popular Breg knee brace, the Solus Plus, with a bionic brace created by Spring Loaded.More»
Not all knee braces are created alike. But you probably already know this from your research into your bracing options. To make your life easier, we will compare a popular Donjoy knee brace for osteoarthritis with the Spring Loaded knee brace, Levitation.More»
One third of adults between the ages of 18 and 64 have arthritis,1 and the lifetime risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA) by the age of eight-five is 45%.2 The prevalence of knee OA is very high, and it’s continuing to rise.More»
After 3 years of research and development, today I’m excited to announce that we’ve launched orders for LevitationTM, the world’s first bionic knee brace.