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KneedIT Knee Band


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Provides temporary relief of pain due to arthritis, tendonitis or chondromalacia of the knee   Read More
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KneedIT Knee Band

The KneedIT knee guard is an innovative and unique device scientifically designed to assist in the relief of minor knee pain commonly associated with Arthritis, Tendonitis and Chondromalacia by placing gentle pressure along the medial and lateral soft tissues of the knee. It provides pain relief by gently absorbing force at the knee and by exerting concentrated compression and warmth across the soft tissue in front of the knee. Its patented technology is a superior therapy and may be used in conjunction with traditional methods such as taping or wrapping of the knee.

Features Include:

  • Aids in the relief of minor knee pain often associated with arthritis, tendinitis and chondromalacia
  • It can be worn on the right or left knee and easily adjusts to fit the contour of the patella and patellar tendon
  • KneedIT's anatomic design works in concert with the motion of your knee


The KneedIT targets the physiological causes of pain associated with Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSIs) to the knee for the amateur and professional athlete alike
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  • Carrie at 12/2/2015 9:31 AM
    • My 9yr old daughter has osgood schlatter and I'm wondering if this would be a good option for her? Thanks
    • Carrie
      Yes you can try that for her knee
  • Jennifer at 9/20/2015 7:31 AM
    • I have lateral patella compression syndrome in both knees and run half marathons. Is this or the Donjoy Performance Webtech Knee Strap better suited for this type of injury? Thanks in advance!
    • Jennifer
      I actually think that a strap might not help you with this condition. The Webtech Short knee brace will provide more support and function arount the patella than a knee strap. http://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-short-knee-brace
  • Carol at 8/21/2015 3:34 PM
    • The ad says this is for arthritis but your answers say it is not. I am confused. Thanks
    • Carol
      The main use for the KneedIt is for pain in the front of the knee caused by patellar tendonitis. Arthritis located underneath the kneecap may cause pain in the front of the knee as well, so it may help with that pain. Arthritis in the knee joint will not be relieved with this band
  • Ren at 4/24/2015 4:44 PM
    • I have purchased this knee brace product and it works great. The comfort foam behind the strap is deteriorating. Can I purchase extra foam to replace only the foam piece?

      Ren Boyce
    • Ren I am sorry there is no replacment foam for this strap.
  • Johan at 4/18/2015 5:17 PM
  • Tammy at 3/14/2015 4:24 AM
    • I want to get back into running after about 5-7years of not doing it. I used to run on concrete and it has really hurt my knees. I don't have any other knee issues, but in the past running on concrete can really make my runs painful.

      Will this knee band help to absorb some of the shock to my knees?? Or do you recommend another type of knee braces for someone healthy & has no knee issues other than the impact of concrete.

    • Tammy
      The KneedIT is usually for patellar tendonitis, so it may not help absorb the force on your knee. The Reaction Web Knee brace will absorm the forces on the knee and dispearse them throughout the webing of the brace and decrease anterior knee pain.
  • Hector at 2/13/2015 11:46 AM
    • Will the Kneed-IT magnet brace have any issue with screws in my knees?
    • Hector
      We do not have a Kneed It brace with magnets.
  • cott smith at 1/23/2015 8:43 AM
    • I have a fracture of my left knee cap and wear a long Corflex brace.
      Might this keep me from bending the knee?
    • Cott
      The KneedIt is a patellar strap and will not restrict an knee movement. The TROM Advanced post-op brace is able to be locked in full extension and will not allow your kne to bend.
  • karen at 10/8/2014 5:58 PM
    • I have been diagnosed with inflammatory arthritis of the knees. I was told the compression sleeve would work just fine. I am finding that the sleeve is causing hamstring pain behind my knees. I wanted to know if the kneed it brace would work for me. I need support for walking and working out with a trainer. Since the orthopedist has left it up to me I thought I would research braces. Thanks!
    • Karen
      The KneedIt is for patella tendonitis not swelling in the knee. You may be getting discomfort from the material of the sleeve bunching up behind the knee. You could try a sleeve with a popliteal opening(opening behind the knee). http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-deluxe-open-knee-support
  • Jake at 8/4/2014 10:42 AM
    • Does this fit men
    • yes
  • jennifer molz at 7/22/2014 7:36 AM
    • My 11 year old son has been complaining that his knee hurts after he runs or plays soccer. It does not seem to bother him at any other time accept when he is running or soccer. There seems to be no indication of a tear or recent injury. I just wanted to see if you recommend that I get him a band type of support or a sleeve type or both. He would likely only be using it when running or playing soccer.
    • Jennifer without knowing what your sons diagnosis is or where his pain is located it is difficult to suggest a brace for him. I can tell you that if he has pain below his kneecap or around his kneecap then one of the patellar bands such as the KneedIt may wrok for him. another option is the DonJoy Reaction Web Knee Brace. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-reaction-knee-brace This brace is better than a sleeve. It will help to absorb the forces on your sons knee decreasing the pain he feels
  • Sara at 7/15/2014 11:23 AM
    • I have IT band issues that affect my right knee. Doing a 1/2 marathon this weekend and looking for some support. Any suggestions? Is this a good option for that?
    • Sara
      I would suggest the DonJoy Cross Strap. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-cross-strap Easy to put on and the straight band would work for the IT band
  • Brian at 5/29/2014 7:54 PM
    • I need a brace to help with patellar tracking, but it has to be neoprene free. I didn't see any info as to materials used in this brace, or is there other options.
    • Thank you for your question. Drytex is an alternative for those with allergies to neoprene. It is a light weight, breathable material. The DonJoy Lateral J is an excellent brace for patella tracking (lateral tracking issues), this would be a very appropriate brace for you.
  • Darian at 4/12/2014 10:35 PM
    • So have had problems with dislocating knee caps it has happened a few times in both knees. and my doctor keeps telling me when it rains it pours and to wear a brace on both knees. however I have a problem with the bulk of the knee braces and was wondering if there was a minimalist knee brace that would help my knee stay on track.
    • Darian
      Take a look at the Tru-pull Lite: http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-tru-pull-lite the brace is for dislocating kneecaps and is a low-profile brace so wearing them on both knees should not be a problem
  • Brian Gabriel at 3/2/2014 11:31 AM
    • Hello, I have chondromalacia in both knees. I was wondering what knee braces would you recommend that will help ease the pain but also will give me full range of motion. Also, a knee brace that won't need much adjusting.
    • Brian
      The DonJoy Reaction Knee Brace is indicated especially for those that suffer from chondromalacia. Take a look at it http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-reaction-knee-brace You can wear it to play sports
  • Helen Quinn at 2/6/2014 12:42 AM
    • Hi

      I have been told that I have osteoarthritis in both knees. I am finding exercising now extremely painful, I have had physio and know what stretches and all I need to do in order to strengthen the knees. I am experiencing severe pain especially in the right knee and find squatting, any high impact exercises too much for my knee. I have pain all round the knee cap and behind and down the front and back of leg. sometimes find it increasingly difficult to put weight on it. if sitting for long periods of time, I find it hard to get up or sit down. can you recommend a knee brace to help support my exercises as I do not want to give them up thank you
    • Helen
      If you are experienceing most of the pain in the front of your knee, take a look at the Reaction Knee Brace here: http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-reaction-knee-brace This brace has had success in taking the forces put on the knee during activity and dispersing that force away from painful areas. This may help more than a simple patellar band
  • John Wright at 1/28/2014 8:05 AM
    • Is a Jumper's Knee brace (infrapattellar strap) contraindicated in an individual with a DVT (anticoagulated)? Is one brand or style less restrictive to circulation than another?

      Thank you for answering.
    • Thank you for your question. It would be recommended that you speak with your physician about using an infrapatellar strap if you have a history of Deep Vein Thrombosis. All of the straps will add compression around the knee circumference, and particularly on the tendon below the knee cap to help alleviate pain.
  • Don Robbins at 9/24/2013 11:10 PM
    • I bowl and have arthritis in left nee (slide leg) will this help to keep cap in place ?
    • Don,
      The KneedIT Knee Band will help with mild arthritis and tendonitis. However if you are looking to keep the knee cap in place I would recommend a couple other options to you.
      1. The ProCare Sport Knee Reinforced offers compression and stabilization
      2. The Reaction Knee Brace helps with anterior knee pain including patellar tracking
      Hopefully this helps you out.
  • Casey Baker at 9/12/2013 8:04 AM
    • My 12 year old daughter needs one of these braces. Repetitive Back hand springs cause pain in her knee. She is a tiny 12 yr old, Will this fit her?
    • It will go down to a knee circumference of 11 inches.
  • Regina at 6/1/2013 9:07 PM
    • Hello! My hubby needs one of these but a he has an XL knee. Will this work for his knee? We have bought the one size fits most but those are simply not large enough. Please get back to me as soon as you can. He would appreciate it.

      Thanks so much,

    • Hello Regina,

      You can try the Neoprene Version, these stretch.


      Please call us to speak to a Product Specialist, your brace has a 6 month warranty and may be returned.

  • Bridgette at 5/31/2013 7:48 AM
    • What knee brace do you recommend for patella femoral? I was diagnosed with it last summer. I was told do more stretches for quads, calves, hip flexers, IT band, etc. That worked for a while but now experiencing it again. I'm sure it's do to the fact that for years I've been running and doing aerobics without properly stretching which has probably done some damage to the patella. I will be making an appointment to see the doctor just to make sure. I am 44 and love floor aerobics. There's a lot of jumping and bouncing involved in this. I have stopped running. I am interested in a knee brace that would support the patella and be flexible for movement.
    • Hello Bridgette,

      Below are options you have for Patella Femoral Dysfunction. I recommend taking copies of the Braces below to your Physician and asking him which will be best for you. Or you may also get you Diagnosis and call us back to speak to a Product Specialist and we may then recommend the best suited brace.

      http://www.betterbraces.com.au/donjoy-tru-pull-lite http://www.betterbraces.com.au/donjoy-performer-patella-knee-support http://www.betterbraces.com.au/donjoy-reaction-knee-brace

      Have a Great Day.
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Nicely designed product

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I have a fissure on the side of my knee (inside edge on the meniscus), this is the only product that has provided the proper support exactly in that area. It has given relief with less discomfort that other bulkier more restricting braces.
Posted on September 7, 2015

helps a lot

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While I bought my Kneedit at my local pharmacy and paid a whopping $32.99 for it I feel it does help. Had surgery for a badly torn meniscus 17 years ago and have had daily pain since. Have tried many things which, of course, didn't help or only for a short time. Spent a day at an Oktober Fest which had minimal seating so had to stand for hours. The Kneedit eased my pain immensely. Seeing that it cost less on this site I will buy from here in the future.
Posted on October 1, 2014

Since wearing Kneedit for the past 10 I can hike 2500 foot mountains.

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Be sure to do proper stretching of the thigh muscle above your knee first. Then put on the Kneedit knee support and you are golden.
Why did I do the post? I have spent the last 2 months slogging in the ice and snow in NJ in preparation to hike Mt. Franklin in West El Paso and guess what ? I left my Kneedits in NJ. So I am ordering overnight replacements NOW.

Poppie March 5, 2014
Posted on March 5, 2014

Best Knee Band I've ever bought

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I'm a runner and have bought numerous products to relieve my knee pain while running. The KneedIT Knee Band fits well, stays in place, no having to continually adjust while running and completely relieves my knee pain associated with mild arthritis. Works so well I'm buying a second one.
Posted on October 2, 2013