Elastic Knee Sleeve


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Great for those in warm climates with sensitivity to neoprene
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This support is just right for warm weather climates and it can bring welcome relief to neoprene allergic patients suffering from patellofemoral disorders.

Features and Benefits

  • High quality cotton elastic
  • Silicone donut for patellar control
  • Lightweight, breathable
  • Dual Medial lateral spiral stays

Colors: White

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Product Questions

I've been diagnosed with bursitis in my knee due to a fall. What would be the best type of brace to use?
Question by: Sonia on Apr 26, 2016, 8:20 AM
You should get a knee sleeve for compression to the area. The AnaForm Warming Sleeve would be appropriate
Answer by: Admin on Apr 26, 2016, 8:20 AM
I had ACL, medial lateral menicus surgery almost 4 years ago. I hardly wear a brace because its always felt good but lately its been swollen and clicking a bit. I have a brace with hinges but its kind of bulky. Will a sleeve brace help or should I use the bulky brace. I'm a UPS driver so i walk a lot. Thanks
Question by: Michael on Jun 11, 2013, 2:13 PM
Hello Michael,

Do you have Osteoarthritis? Typically someone who has had a meniscus injury will develop OA. What has your Physician suggested?

We have some options for you. I recommend a Hinge Brace to support the Meniscus, you can chose from a Soft Hinge or a Rigid Hinge Brace. Or you have the option of an OA rigid brace. Below find the links.

Please call a Product Specialist with additional questions. 1-888-405-3251.
Answer by: Admin on Jun 11, 2013, 2:13 PM
My daughter is a level 9/10 gymnast. Her left knee began hurting during her state meet last year. Referral to an orthopedic specialist who had an MRI ordered showed that there was no structural damage to her knee, just a buildup of fluid beneath the patella as well as to the side. Rx strength Naproxen, rest, ice, knee sleeve (not the DonJoy), glucosamine/chondroitin supplement, and increase in leg conditioning to build up the front of her quadraceps were ordered. When that did not signifcantly decrease the swelling, she received injections of Depo Medrol and lidocaine directly into the fluid filled areas which seemed to do the trick. Pain returned 4 months later and she still does not have structural damage to the knee. She is no longer wearing her knee sleeve as she says it doesn't work. My guess is that after 6 months, the sleeve may have stretched to the point it isn't supporting the knee. Would the DonJoy knee sleeve be a better solution for a knee sleeve? While her knee has improved, it isn't 100% yet and may not be as we are starting another gymnastics season. My goal is to find a way to use a sleeve along with her other routines prescribed to her (see above) to allow her to add support to her knee. As a junior in high school, she doesn't want to ruin chances of upcoming college scholarships or give up all she has worked for in the past 10+ years.
Question by: Diane J. Grimm on Dec 20, 2013, 12:14 PM
The DonJoy is the leading brand among orthopedic bracing, it is a good option when choosing any brace. All the knee sleeve on have a 6 month warranty, so if you choose a sleeve that doesn’t holdup over that period, it will be replaced at no cost to you. That being said, the DonJoy Spiral Elastic Knee Sleeve may be a good option for your daughter, as it has an open patella. The DonJoy Performer Knee Support Brace is a neoprene option that would work well also. Thank you for your question and best of luck in the upcoming gymnastics season!
Answer by: Admin on Dec 20, 2013, 12:14 PM
I am considering a DonJoy Elastic Knee Sleeve. My knee measurement does not fit the range for thigh and calf measurements. Thigh 18 3/4", Knee 16 1/2", Calf 13 3/4". What size do I need? Or would this not work for me?
Question by: Ro on May 18, 2014, 8:19 PM
According to your measurments you should try the medium
Answer by: Admin on May 18, 2014, 8:19 PM
I need knee support and also knee padding to protect from kneeling on a hard floor. Will this support do the trick?
Question by: Efrain on Mar 24, 2016, 10:09 AM
Try the Spider knee pad instead
Answer by: Admin on Mar 24, 2016, 10:09 AM

Take the measurement of your thigh and calf 6" above and below your kneecap using a flexible type tape measure.  Use the diameter you measure here to choose your size.

    Size Thigh Knee Center Calf
    S 15 1/2" - 18 1/2" 13"-14" 12"-14"
    M 18 1/2"- 21" 14"-15" 14"-16"
    L 21"- 23 1/2" 15"-17" 16"-18"
    XL 23 1/2" - 26 1/2" 17"-19" 18"-20"

    Center Knee 1.Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart, legs slightly bent and leg muscles contracted.
    6 in Above 2. Measure up six inches from the center of your knee with a tape measure, as shown.
    Thig Circle 3. Measure the circumference of your thigh at the 6-inch mark, as shown.
    6 in below 4. Measure down six inches from the center of your knee with a tape measure, as shown. Then measure the circumference of your calf at the 6-inch mark.


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