medi elastic knee support

Knee support for soft tissue compression

  • Seamless and anatomically shaped knitted fabric

  Medical specifications

medi elastic knee suport

Thanks to the anatomical shape, the seamless knitted fabric of the medi elastic knee support moulds itself to the contour of the leg. The knee support can be used when soft tissue compression in the area of the knee is required, such as: Slight instability of the knee joint, Articular effusions and swellings, Osteoarthritis and Arthritis.

With the compressive knitted fabric of the knee support, the self-perception of the body (proprioception) can be improved, which, in turn, improves the guidance and stabilisation in the knee.

Moreover, Clima Comfort* and Clima Fresh lend the fabric temperature-regulating properties: the Clima Comfort fibre technology ensures the immediate transport of moisture away from the skin. The integrated Clima Fresh function acts to inhibit odours - a benefit in warm temperatures and during physical activity.

*Scientifically tested by the French Institut IFTH. The test result shows that Clima Comfort technology from medi guarantees climate exchange between the skin and the garment. medi achieved an outstanding total score with 11 out of 12 points.

  • This is supported by your health insurance
  • Prescribed by a doctor


Product benefits

  • Seamless knitted fabric that moulds to the anatomy
  • Made to measure available (in mediven 550 quality, with seam)

Intended purpose

knee bandage for soft tissue compression.


Standard colours

Material components

Polyamide, elastane





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Medical specifications


All indications requiring soft tissue compression  in the area of the knee, such as:

  • Slight instability of the knee joint
  • Articular effusions and swellings
  • Osteoarthritis and arthritis

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