Chronic Patella Tendonitis
A common overuse injury, chronic patella tendonitis, or "Jumper's Knee," occurs in many athletes who must jump as a part of their sport or play. This includes basketball players, soccer players, volleyball players, and the like. When you repeat a jumping motion over and over, you can cause tiny tears in your patellar tendon, or thigh muscle tendon, which leads to tendonitis.
Over time, those who continue to engage in the same sport without treatment can develop chronic patella tendonitis. This condition causes inflammation and irritation in the tendon that can be painful when sitting, squatting, or jumping. To relieve this, you can use a fabric strap to alleviate some of the pain through targeted pressure points.
Relief from Chronic Patella Tendonitis
The PattStrap is ideal for relief from the swelling associated with chronic patella tendonitis. Designed by fabrifoam® to give you sweat-free support, the PattStrap is available in 18-inch and extra long sizes to fit any size leg. It is worn just below the kneecap to reinforce the tendon as you move. What's more, it is responsive to hot and cold therapy, and can be worn as long as needed.
You can easily order this and other knee joint products at PattStrap.com. On this website, you can research items specially created for athletes as well as recreational runners, walkers, and club players. You can purchase the PattStrap in pairs or individually and your order will be shipped to you for free anywhere in the world, no matter how large or small. To place your order, simply click here.
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