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After an injury, it is very important for the knee joint to be supported. Even if it is a small injury, it is necessary to follow the right procedure and use the correct products, so as to not make it worse. A knee brace not only manages pain and discomfort caused due to knee injuries, but also supports the joint to prevent further complications.

Here at Seniority, we have a wide range of knee braces designed for various purposes, be it a knee brace for pain, knee brace for ACL tear, knee brace for running, knee brace for ligament tear and so much more. Choosing the right kind of brace can be overwhelming as there is so much to consider. Sometimes, your doctor might suggest a specific type of knee brace according to your injury. On our website, you will find different types of knee braces, such as ROM knee brace, Hinged knee brace, open/closed patella knee brace and so much more.

Ranging from patellar and arthritic pain, ACL to LCL instability, there are so many types of knee injuries that can hinder your day-to-day life. And honestly, it can be quite difficult to find the right choice for you. We have narrowed down the most important and helpful types of knee support brace for your needs.


A hinged knee brace is suitable for athletes in need of stabilization and protection after surgery or in case of ACL, MCL and PCL injuries. There are so many ways in which ligament injuries can happen; a severe twist, poor alignment (knee to ankle) or incorrect way to land. A hinged brace protects the athlete’s knee and delivers support and stability to make healing quicker. Hinges are known to prevent hyperextension of the knee and protect the ACL. Hinged braces come in rigid and soft hinged forms. Soft hinged knee braces are suitable for mild to moderate support, whereas rigid knee braces are suitable for moderate to maximum support and offer better protection and stability in case of contact sports. We have a wide range of hinged knee braces for you to choose from.

    Eg: • Neoprene Hinged Patella Knee Brace - Vissco

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Compression Sleeve, also referred to as tubular support is suitable for mild to moderate chronic knee pain and arthritis. Tubular knee braces redistribute weight bearing load and improve your knee’s ability to perform better during sports activities or training. It can also be used to reduce pain caused while carrying on day-to-day activities. This type of knee brace usually easily fits under clothing. Seniority has a huge collection of tubular knee support braces to suit your requirements.

    Eg: • Pro 3D Knee Cap - Vissco


Wraparound knee brace offers bracing solutions in case of mild to moderate pain, patellar instabilities and dislocation. This type of knee support brace is very easy to put on as it comes with Velcro or some other type of closure system. It allows you to customize the fit or the level of pressure you want on your knee. This knee brace style can be worn during various activities. We offer a wide variety of wraparound knee support braces.

    Eg: • Pro Knee Stabler Short - Vissco


There are two types of knee braces in this category: Open Patella Knee Brace and Closed Patella Knee Brace. Knee braces with an open patella relieve knee pressure and support the kneecap. A knee brace with closed patella offers compression and supports the knee joint. Choosing which one you want depends on your injury and is usually informed by the doctor. Seniority has a wide range of open and closed patella knee braces to fulfil your requirements.

    Eg: • Functional Knee Stabilizer Compression Brace (Gray) - Kudize


A ROM knee brace is designed in a way that it allows custom adjusted range of motion and controls and restricts the flexion/extension of the knee joint. This happens with the help of a multi-point fixation system. This type of knee brace has a universal design which makes it suitable for most patients. We offer a varied range of ROM knee braces narrowed down by their functionality.


This type of knee brace is suitable in case of runner’s knee pain, jumper’s knee, also known as patellar tendonitis or acute knee pain. It is designed for a comfortable and effective pressure on the knee to reduce pain. This type of knee brace can be easily worn under clothing and is convenient to be worn during daily activities or sports. Seniority has a wide range of band/strap knee support braces to choose from.

    Eg: • Neoperen Knee Brace Patella - Vissco


a. For people suffering from arthritis or other structural knee problems, a knee brace offers maximum support and reduces pain and discomfort.

b. A knee brace may also be used to support the knee in case of high-impact exercises or training. It is not only helpful during an injury but can also help in prevention of an injury.

c. Wearing a knee brace can help in redistributing weight bearing load, which drastically minimizes occurrence of knee pain and discomfort.

d. A knee brace improves one’s ability to walk around during the day and reduces pain and discomfort, leading to you getting more active.

• To know more and to make an informed decision, refer our Knee Brace Buying Guide

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What is a knee brace?

A knee brace is a support that is worn to help with a painful or injured knee. The pain can be because of various reasons such as arthritis, an injury etc.

2. What is ROM knee brace?

ROM knee brace is a type of knee brace that controls and restricts the degree of flexion of the knee joint through a multi-point fixation, which allows a range of motion or immobilization.

3. How to wear a knee brace?

There are so many types of knee braces and each type must be put on differently. A tubular knee brace simply needs to be pulled up like a sock, a wraparound knee brace comes with a closure system such as velcro or hook and loop, allowing a customized support and so on.

4. When to use a knee brace?

A knee brace can be worn in case of knee pain and discomfort. Not only that, you can also wear a knee brace if you want the knee joint to be supported during physical activity.

5. How long should I wear a knee brace?

A knee brace should usually be worn for more than a week after your knee injury. In some cases, your doctor may ask you to wear it for months because of the intensity of the injury.

6. How does a knee brace work?

A knee brace works by offering compression to the knee joint. This compression supports the muscles and ligaments. It is most suitable for people with weak joints or a history of knee injuries.A knee brace bridges the gap between complete immobility and too much strain and allows a person to remain moving without putting their full weight on the knee.

7. How to wear an open patella knee brace?

i. Firstly, position your kneecap at the centre of the open patella knee brace

ii. Wrap the middle strap of the knee brace behind your knee and securely fasten it

iii. After that, fasten the bottom and top straps and adjust until firm and comfortable

8. How does hinged knee brace work?

A hinged knee brace is often helpful after surgery and for athletes. It exerts leverage on various parts of the leg to inhibit certain movements and stabilizes and protects weak or injured parts of the knee. The hinges in this type of knee brace allow controlled flexing and extending of the leg.

9. How to use ROM knee brace?

Firstly, unfasten all the straps

i. Then, place the brace on the leg and align the dials with the centre of your knee

ii. Ensure that the thigh side of the brace is in upward position

iii. Fasten the straps starting from the calf and then move upwards

iv. In case of excessive pressure or pain, readjust the tightness of the straps

v. Ensure the brace is comfortably fixed and offers desired degree of flexion and fixation

Products & Price list:

Pro Knee Stabler Short - Vissco 748.00
Hinged Knee Cap - Flamingo 399.00
Neoprene Hinged Patella Knee Brace - Vissco 1363.00
Vissco Pro Osteoarthritis Knee Brace - Open Type 1,377.00

Data last updated on 01/01/2023

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