Jumpers Knee & Patellar Tendonitis Braces

Jumper’s Knee, commonly known as Patellar Tendonitis, is an injury to tendon that connects the kneecap to the shin bone. Inflammation of the patellar tendon is often caused by overuse or repetitive movements in jumping and running. Jumper’s Knee is often seen in athletes who participate frequently in sports like volleyball or basketball. Swelling of the knee, pain, or stiffness may be felt beneath the kneecap. Wearing a brace for Jumper’s Knee will help apply pressure on the patellar tendon to help reduce pain. A knee strap or band will help absorb force on the knee and can help give you the support you need while you stay active.

Need help selecting a brace for Jumper's Knee? Use our guided tool, Brace Advisor, for recommendations on a Jumper's Knee brace based on injury or injury prevention and level of activity.

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  • DonJoy

    Reaction WEB Knee Brace

    $99.99
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    Our best solution for anterior pain. Innovative design works to shift weight away from the painful areas in the knee. Read More
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    Webtech Short Knee Brace

    $69.99
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    Silicone web evenly distributes pressure to the Quad and Patellar Tendon Read More
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    Anaform PinPoint Knee Strap

    $24.99
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    Designed to alleviate pressure placed on the patella tendon. Read More
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    Webtech Knee Strap

    $34.99
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    Silicone band supports the Patellar Tendon Read More
  • DonJoy Advantage

    Patella Knee Strap

    $16.99
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    Adjustable Patella Tendon strap to ease runner’s and jumper’s knee. Read More
  • DonJoy Performance

    Dual Pinpoint Knee Strap

    Regular Price: $34.99

    Special Price $17.49

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    Dual strap that helps to alleviate quad pressure and patellar pain due to jumper’s knee or runner’s knee. Read More

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