Do you need magnetic therapy? The Kneedit Magnetic Knee Brace

kneedit magnetic knee brace

The Kneedit Magnetic Knee Brace is a strap containing two strategically located magnets attached to the appendage. These magnetic pads deliver magnetic therapy – also known as magna-therapy – to provide natural healing to the patellar tendon and ligament areas of the knee, especially in cases of minor knee pain, soreness, stiffness, inflammation, arthritis, tendonitis and chondromalacia. It also enhances patellar tracking by stabilizing the bottom pole of the patella. It works by applying soft pressure to the joint and patellar tendon, stabilizing the kneecap. This product was developed by an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist.

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·         Magnetic therapy.

·         Promotes blood flow.

·         Reduces pain.

·         Improves general wellbeing.

·         Drug-free, non-invasive treatment for swelling and pain.

·         Velcro wraparound closure.

·         One size fits most.

·         Recommended for pain, soreness, stiffness, inflammation, arthritis, tendonitis and chondromalacia.

·         Improves patellar tracking.

·         Stabilizes kneecap.

·         Developed by an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist.


Magnetic therapy attracts and repels charged particles in the blood, producing movement and heat and widening blood vessels. This speeds up the healing process and helps decrease stiffness and inflammation by supplying fresh oxygen and eliminating toxins. Moreover, magnetic fields are also believed to boost the nervous system, lowering pain signals sent to the brain and relieving pain. In addition to that, magnetic therapy has been reported to improve the quality of sleep and reduce stress, benefitting the entire body in the process. Finally, the Kneedit Magnetic Knee Guard is exceptionally priced at a low $31.19 – customers stand to save up to 43% on this purchase.


Magnetic knee braces have not been approved by the FDA yet, but magnetic therapy is being researched as an alternative for several repetitive stress injuries by the National Institute of Health's Office of Alternative Medicine. The magnets should not be applied directly over open wounds. Ask your doctor about magnetic therapy and whether or not it would be safe and effective for you.  


Keep in mind that magnetic therapy is not recommended for pregnant women, children under 7 years of age, or people who have a pacemaker, have hemophilia, are in dialysis, have surgically implanted metal screws, are allergic to metals, have open wounds, operate high voltage machinery or work with high voltage cables, use insulin pumps or patches that deliver transdermal drugs, or develop irritation after using the magnets.

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