February 16, 2019
While Kinetic Konnection offers many support systems that can help recover from surgery or other injuries, we also specialize in helping our customers manage pain to continue an active lifestyle.
You may not have osteoarthritis or and ligament injuries, but your knee, hip or ankle could be sore and one of our braces can help. A typical symptom we see of this is instability. Whether you’re playing basketball, tennis, badminton or another sport with a lot of lateral movement, we often help customers that have found themselves feeling less confident in their movements as they start to get more serious about their hobbies.
Not everyone can afford a personal team of Kinesiology graduates like the pros, but Kinetic Konnection isn’t too far off!
In all of our stores we have an on-site staff of both Kinesiology graduates and chiropodists that can offer expert advice and product recommendations to help you live a pain-free life. This can help you identify the proper brace for your needs and ensure that you are using it correctly.
We offer braces and advice for pain in your:
Bracing can often be more complicated than it seems. When you start to notice joint pain in a particular part of your body, that’s not always the source of the problem. You may start to experience knee pain, but a knee brace may not be your best option. We can sometimes see people develop instability issues in their ankle which can lead directly to knee pain. In this case, it’s better to support the source of the problem rather than the spot that you might be experiencing the most pain.
Similarly, many people have a pronation when they walk or run, which can be corrected by custom foot orthotics fit by our staff of Chiropodists.
Your body is a complicated piece of equipment and it’s important to consult an expert when trying to manage pain in an active lifestyle. The earlier you address the problem the better, so visit Kinetic Konnection today!
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