Knee Strap

Provides targeted relief from kneecap pain

  • Helps provide relief from kneecap pain
  • Provides comfortable, secure support

Knee Strap

Elastoplast Knee Strap is designed to help relieve symptoms of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome and tendonitis of the knee. The built-in pressure strip provides targeted support to the tendons below the kneecap to guide the kneecap correctly during movement and relieve the associated knee pain.

  • Adjustable strap for secure custom fit
  • Soft-touch, moisture releasing material for comfort

How to use

Position the pressure pad directly under kneecap,
facing skin.

Loop strap through buckle.

Adhere fastener to required fit.
Seek medical advice if in any doubt about the injury.
Product  Type  Size  Quantity
Knee Strap
 1 Bandage


  1. What are the most common sports injuries?

    There are five common sporting injuries:
  2. 1. Excessive strains

    A strain to the muscle or tendon can happen when the muscle is over stretched or excessively worked. This can cause the muscle to swell or fibres to rupture as in a torn hamstring. It may be painful and difficult to move or walk. Strains usually take one to six weeks to heal.

  3. 2. Bruises

    A direct blow to the muscle tissue can result in bruising or cuts such as in a corked thigh.
  4. 3. Tendonitis (inflammation of the tendon)

    This can happen after excessive overuse. Often this is due to poor equipment or preparation, such as in tennis elbow.
  5. 4. Dislocation

    This happens when a joint is injured and one or more bones are displaced from their normal position such as a disclocated finger or shoulder.
  6. 5. Sprains

    This is an injury to a ligament and is caused by a sudden overstretching such as in a sprained ankle. It may be painful and difficult to move or walk.
  7. How do I manage a serious injury?

    Serious injuries, such as head, neck and abdominal injuries, need to be managed by a professional and calling an ambulance will normally be the first priority. Relevant First Aid or Medical training is required before a person can safely offer help in life-threatening injuries.
Always see a doctor if the wound is deep, bleeds heavily or shows signs of infection like reddening, swelling or warmth. Please note that, although they were compiled with great care, the tips and advice given on this website by no means substitute medical advice and treatment. If you have or suspect a health problem, consult a doctor and follow medical advice, regardless of what you have learned on this website. Always read carefully and follow the instructions for use or the leaflets of our products. 
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