Cho-Pat Patellar Kneecap Stabilizer

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Cho-Pat Patellar Kneecap Stabilizer

  • Fabric-covered neoprene material provides constant
  • Helps Patello-Femoral Syndrome
  • Improves patella tracking
  • Prevents degeneration, inflammation and pain

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Cho-Pat Patellar Kneecap Stabilizer

Cho-Pat Patellar Kneecap Stabilizer
Sizing: Mid-Kneecap Circumference, Order for Right or Left Knee

The Cho-Pat Patellar Stabilizer improves patella tracking, resulting in less degeneration, inflammation and pain. It functions dynamically because the fabric-covered neoprene material applies constant pressure to the joint providing effective symptomatic relief of acute and chronic pain associated with patellar tendonitis, arthritis, and overuse syndromes.

In addition, the Stabilizer has four enclosed firm plastic tubes acting as buttresses around the kneecap to reduce patellar subluxation and degeneration.

The Patellar Stabilizer allows for full mobility of the knee joint while improving lateral and medial support for weak and arthritic knees.

While the original Cho-pat Knee Strap is recommended first for kneecap pain, the Patellar Kneecap Stabilizer is recommended for hyper-mobile kneecaps.

Made in the U.S. of quality materials.

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Cho-Pat Patellar Kneecap Stabilizer

CP49 - Size (Right): XLarge: 18" - 19"

CP41 - Size (Right): XSmall: 12" - 13"

CP42 - Size (Left): Small: 13" - 14"

CP47 - Size (Right): Large: 16" - 18"

CP48 - Size (Left): XLarge: 18" - 19"

CP45 - Size (Right): Medium: 14" - 16"

CP46 - Size (Left): Large: 16" - 18"

CP43 - Size (Right): Small: 13" -14"

CP44 - Size (Left): Medium: 14" - 16"

CP40 - Size (Left): XSmall: 12" - 13"

Cho-Pat Patellar Kneecap Stabilizer Reviews Summary

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2 out of 2 recommended this product to their friends
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Easy To Use (1)
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Reliable (1)
Compact (1)
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Tendonitis didn't stop me. Really helped Verified Purchaser

Best Uses:
Adults. Daily Use. Use when running/walking. Protects sore knees.
Describe Yourself:
Runner. Caregiver.

Easy to put on. Stays in place. Fits under clothes easily,

by Active Baby Boomer from Midwest
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
The Best Stabilizer Verified Purchaser

Easy To Use. Painless. Reliable. Compact.
Best Uses:
Adults. Daily Use.
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Because of displaced kneecaps, wearing the stabilizers is a must. I am training for the Avon 26 mile walk and I don't know what I would do without the stabilizer.

by Evan's Grammy from Boyes Hot Springs, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Where do I measure -- above the knee or below the knee????
Asked on Nov 28, 2012 11:40:29 AM by wmae from West Texas
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I measured in the center of the knee cap and my brace fit great.
Answered on Nov 25, 2013 2:06:16 PM by RN Caregiver from Midwest
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What am I measuring on myself for this particular brace?
Asked on Nov 18, 2011 6:29:53 PM by Vanessa from Swampscott, MA
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Part Number(s): CP49, CP48, CP47, CP41, CP42, CP40, CP45, CP46, CP43, CP44

Mfg Part Number(s): CP49, CP41, CP42, CP47, CP48, CP45, CP46, CP43, CP44, CP40