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Get complete support in a fully immobilized position with our knee immobilizers. Our products are ideal for knee sprain or strain and soft tissue injuries and provide support and immobilization of the joint. Variety of styles can be found here including cutaway knee, slip-resistant, tri-panel foam, immobilizer with seven stays, three-panel immobilizer and more. Available in different sizes and colors.

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What is a Knee Immobilizer?

As the name states, a knee immobilizer immobilizes and stabilizes the knee area after an injury or surgery. It limits the knee movement, prevents it from bending, and helps in the healing process. Knee immobilizers are used to treat conditions like strains, sprains, ligament injuries, and inflammation of the knee. Knee immobilizers usually begin about at mid-thigh and end about mid-shin. Knee immobilizers are secured in place with a series of Velcro straps allowing for maximum restrictive movement of the knee.

At Rehab Store, we have wide varieties of knee immobilizers that facilitate faster healing from knee injuries and surgeries. A variety of styles can be found here, including cut-away knee immobilizers that can be trimmed for a customized fit, tri-panel knee immobilizers that offer durability, resiliency, and long life.

What does a Knee Immobilizer do?

Accelerates healing

Knee braces strongly hold the injured knee against any form of motion, thus aiding quick recovery from injuries, fractures, and surgeries.

Prevents knee pain

As the knee becomes immobilized, the amount of pain emanating from the injury also gets reduced. Moreover, the device is made of soft and soothing material that helps relieve your knee pain.

Corrects knee alignment

The knee immobilizers are designed to constantly hold back the injured knee to its natural position. Additionally, it helps lessen the external pressure applied in the affected area, which prevents excessive tear of the knee joint.

How to use the Knee Immobilizer?

  • Place the knee immobilizer on a flat elevated surface and open the Velcro straps. Note that the device is to be worn beginning from the thigh slightly above the knee to the area slightly below the knee.
  • Lift the user’s leg and allow it to rest on top of the opened brace, keeping the leg straight. Adjust the brace under your leg to ensure the patellar opening is in line with the kneecap.
  • Wrap up the closure straps over the knee and fasten them to fit perfectly. Ensure a snug fit so that it does not slip off when the patient stands up.
  • Stand up and walk while wearing the knee immobilizer to assess the fit.

Knee Immobilizer Buying Guide


Before buying a knee immobilizer, measure your leg and knees to get the right dimensions that the brace would cover. It should be of the right size to get the right effect. It should not be too tight or too loose.


Buy a product made of top-quality material and ensure that the material is breathable and easily absorbs sweat to leave your skin dry. Low-quality material can cause irritation and injury to the user. Furthermore, the quality of the material contributes to the product's durability.

Level of support

There are many knee immobilizers, some designed for mild to serious knee injuries, while others are specially designed for post-surgery support. So you need to know what level of support your condition requires before you choose the product.


Choose a lightweight knee immobilizer that is comfortable to wear for a prolonged period. It should be designed in such a way so that you can easily wear it underneath your clothing.

Ease of use

It is important that the knee immobilizer is easy to put on and off.


It would be good to buy a knee immobilizer that fits both the right and left knee.

Where to buy Best Knee Immobilizers online?

Rehab store is committed to providing you with everything you need for rehab and getting back to normalcy. We have top-quality knee immobilizer braces from top vendors like Breg, DJO, Ossur/Royce Medical, and many more. Place your order today!