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Pro-Tec Athletics IT Band Compression Wrap, X-Large

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Pro-Tec Athletics IT Band Compression Wrap, X-Large

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Product Description Product Description
  • IT Band Compression pad provides targeted compression, stabilizing the Iliotibial band, thereby reducing rubbing and irritation on the femoral condyle (outside of the knee).
  • Stays in place with textured non-slip backing.
  • Helps reduce pain on the outside of the knee.
  • Alleviates conditions of Iliotibial Band Syndrome.
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Buy Two For Each Troubled KneeAmazing! Life Saver! This really worked for me and my IT Band condition. Without these straps, hiking downhill was like a knife stabbing the side of my knee. No problems on flat terrain and no problems on uphills, but downhill...ouch!I bought two, one for each knee and tested on a strenuous 5 mile hike with a 20lb backpack with 1000 feet of elevation climb and 1500 feet of decline. I ended up using both straps on the one knee that was giving me trouble (the other knee was fine). I used one above the knee as instructed, but when the pain started to flair, I used the second strap below the knee. Viola! Still felt a little pain, but it was manageable, controlled and went away as soon as the hike was done.The next weekend did a three day backpack trip over 15 miles and the same result. I love this product! 5Makes a very good band-aidI agree with others. This product will not cure your ITB Syndrome, but it is an excellent stop gap. I was preparing for a half-marathon and made the mistake of extending my long runs, while simultaneously dropping one day of my regular runs. I ended up with a case of ITBS about two weeks before the race.I could run for about two miles before I started getting this shooting pain on the outside of my knee. I was sure that I would have to bag the race. Then, i tried this ITB Strap. I was able to get in a six mile run the next day, but since I was tapering, I had no idea if I'd be able to run 13 miles. I decided to go ahead and run. If I made it, fine. If I didn't, I'd just chalk it up as a "lesson learned."I started my HM slow and easy. At the 3-mile point, I felt the familiar pain starting to set in. I was sure I would not make it the whole distance, but decided I'd run as far as I could. I stopped and tightened the band, and amazingly, the pain went away... until about mile 5. I did the same thing every two miles, until I got to mile 9, when the pain seemed to stop (actually it didn't, as the race video shows me favoring my right leg as I crossed the finish line).What I did notice is that whenever I tightened the strap, I had a much greater ability to lift my leg with my quads and hamstrings. When the pain wold start. I was more "scooting" my leg forward. The pain didn't go away, but it was definitely more manageable. That's why I said its a great band-aid.I did lots of reading on ITBS, and learned that many experts believe that ITBS has little to do with the knee. It is caused by weak hips. I am currently doing daily hip strengthening exercises in preparation for my next HM in two months.Finally, I also agree with the poster who said the model is using the product wrong. The thick pad is actually supposed to go over your IT Band, which is on the lateral side of your leg. There are two Velcro connection points. Don't make the first connection too tight. Just make it firm. Then, stretch the band tight to reach the second connection. You may have to play with it a little to get it in the right place. I find that placing it more on my lower thigh than my upper knee gives the most support. When you hit the "sweet spot," you'll know it! 4Unbelievably Great!This product has made running pain free for my knee. I have runners knee due to ITB band pain. After about 2 miles running and then for many hours after running my left knee would be in pain. I first tried a knee sleeve but that only helped very little. I found this product and saw that for some it helped their ITB pain and thought I would give it a try.I was not expecting a lot, but even a little relief would be good. This thing worked beyond my wildest expectations. While running I have no pain and after running only the tiniest bit of soreness (not pain). I truly can't believe how well this thing works.I do not know if it will work for you, but at the price it is listed, it is a small price to pay for a chance at ITB pain relief.A few tips. On my first run I had the band too high and not positioned correctly. I have mine just above the knee so the band on the thigh does not bother while running. It is probably a little lower than instructed int he manual. I also had to adjust it farther to the outside of my leg than I originally had it. I had to stop a few times on my first run to get it right, but after that it has worked great.I would highly recommend you give it a try if you have ITB runners knee pain. It has made my running so much more enjoyable. 5Is it for you?If you want to try this wrap because your knee hurts, well, it may or may not help. This particular strap is for a specific knee problem called iliotibial band syndrome. How do you know if you have it? Well, it's wise to see a doctor, but here's some of the most common symptoms people with iliotibial band syndrome have...* you get a sharp pain or burning on the side of your knee - which can also radiate up OR down* activities that require repetitive knee bending, especially at around a 30 degree angle, cause pain* going up or down stairs is often times painful* runners commonly report starting out pain free, but then develop pain after a predictable time or distance. Downhill running can particularly aggravate things.* early on in the iliotibial band syndrome, symptoms can subside shortly after a run, but then return with the next run. As the problem progresses, pain can persist even with walking.* sitting for long periods of time with the knee bent causes pain, while keeping the knee straight feels betterAs I said, best to see a doctor, but iliotibial band syndrome is the number one cause of pain on the OUTSIDE of your knee.So what's an iliotibial band anyway? While most people think its a "band" it's really not. In Treat Your Own Iliotibial Band Syndrome, the book points out that your entire thigh is surrounded by a sheet of fascia (a tough connective tissue), and that it just happens to be thicker along the side of your thigh - making it appear as though there is indeed an actual band that runs up and down the side of your thigh. Even more interesting, is that research has shown that there really is no friction (or rubbing) of this "band" as you move your knee back and forth like when you run. While this may sound controversial, it is hard to argue with the published cadaver studies that clearly show the iiotibial "band" firmly attached to your knee bone - and cannot therefore "rub" across the side of the knee and cause pain. Also, while I admit it does look like there is a band sliding back and forth as you bend your knee, its really an illusion - its just the fibers of the fascia undergoing tension from front to back as you bend your knee that makes it look like its sliding.Now if there's no rubbing, then what does cause the pain? Well, turns out MRI studies show that while the "band" doesn't rub on your knee bone, it does become COMPRESSED against your knee bone as you move your knee back and forth! And there you have it - iliotibial band syndrome isn't this thickened fascial "band" rubbing against the side of your knee, but rather the band being excessively compressed into the knee bone that causes the pain and inflammation.Now that you know all this, you can decide if this is band might help your knee pain, If you have any of the classic symptoms of iliotibial band syndrome mentioned above, its well worth a try. While the Pro-Tec Athletics IT Band Compression Wrap doesn't prevent the iliotibial band from rubbing excessively on the side of your knee (because that's not what happens), it can put pressure on this area and keep the iliotibial band from being repeatedly compressed into the side of the knee as you walk and run. So it does help, despite the fact that you might have to play around with adjusting it to find the "right" spot.A few tips. If you just tighten the wrap snugly to the first velcro adhesive and stop there, you're not applying it correctly. Instead...-first put the compression pad over the spot on the side of your knee that is most tender (usually 2-3 inches above the knee cap on the side of your leg)-then wrap the band around tightly and attach part of the velcro (not the end of the strap) to the first velcro adhesive so it will stay-now take the end of the strap and pull it over the compression pad to the second velcro adhesive to provide an extra stretchAlso, if you have trouble with the band slipping, you might try wrapping your knee with an ACE wrap first - then putting the brace on.A word of caution though. While I do think the band is worth a try and help a lot of people, it may not be a cure all. Why? Because most of the current research is showing that the root cause of the problem is having weak hip muscles to begin with - which exercise can fix (see the above book). That said, try the brace as well as some well targeted hip muscle exercises. Hope this helps sort things out for a few people - it took me a long time to get to the bottom of this most nagging problem! 5This will help, but you have to put the work inI left last years NYC marathon with a raging IT Band issue. As I'd never had this happen before, I thought my racing days were over. I bought this band, and rain in a 60k 2 weeks later. Mo=ind you, I suffered that entire 7 hours. But using this band, in conjunction with a lot of stretching and rolling, I ran the Disney Half and whole marathon 2 months later, with no IT band issues at all. I did not use the band during these races either. I wore it during training, but the pain was gone after a month.The band will not magically cure your issues, and it won't make the pain go away on its own. Find some good IT band stretching exercises, foam roll the crap out of your IT band, and you can lick it in a little more than a month. 4Works great for me!Though it looks more useless than a copper wrist bracelet, it actually works for me! What it does is pinch the IT Band, holding it in place, keeping it from scraping against bone, which causes irritation, for me.It's not an understatement to say that knee issues are difficult to diagnose. So, you can't really know if this is going to help without trying it. Luckily it's pretty easy to test. Get some stretchy material and wrap it around your leg, like in the picture. If you want, you can add a little extra pressure at the location above the pain. If you're like you me you probably have several full knee braces lying around. Cut one up and convert it into one of these. (Some Velcro tape may prove useful.)Try it for a couple days and see if it helps. If you notice some improvement, spring for the real thing, the convenience is easily worth the price. If you're not crafty, you might want to spring for one straight away, what the heck. I spent hundreds on full knee braces (which didn't help) before discovering this.I like to wrap my leg with an ace bandage first. (Above and below the knee cap) then wear the thing on top of the ace bandage. This configuration keeps the thing (made from the usual neoprene/polyester material) from getting sweaty and causing any irritation.Also, some people benefit from a little pressure BELOW the knee-cap (where the doctor hits you to test your reflexes) There are straps for that too. (Doesn't help my case.)By the way, I would like to know if my review helped or did not help you. I spend a lot of time writing reviews trying to help at least one person. It would be gratifying to know that I actually did help somebody. 5It works!I have suffered from IT band syndrome for about 5 years, which flares up every time I do a lot of walking on uneven surfaces (hikes, vacations, etc.). I ordered this before a two-week trip with a lot of walking involved, although I didn't really expect much. On the first full day, I started to have knee pain and put this band on to see if it would help. My pain immediately stopped! Throughout the rest of the trip, anytime I began to feel discomfort, I put the band on and it relieved the pain. I've found it's also helpful when I'm doing squats with heavy weights. I was very skeptical as to whether this would work, but I'm so glad I tried it! Saved my vacation! 5Didn't Help My IT Band Syndrome.12/19/2016: Didn't really work as advertised. I know some customers reported that the band helped them, it had no impact for me. What I have done since is gone to physical therapy to work on my glutes and used the stretches suggested by Athlean-X on Youtube (requires fat gripz or similar tube). I've also been using Rogue Fitness Voodoo bands to wrap my knees while I do Gary Gray's Lunge Matrix before a run. The combination of these has helped move me from debilitating pain at 0.9 miles to no issues through 1.8 miles or so. I hope I can continue to increase my mileage and improve my times without the IT band issue. The other thing I recommend is downing an Ibuprofen after running to reduce swelling. I don't ice. 1Amazingly Simple Product That Works!Just like other reviewers, I developed IT band issues/knee pain during a long run a couple weeks ago and was looking for something to help. I had been doing everything I was supposed to- stretching, foam rolling, yoga, and I still developed knee pain. I thought it was my shoes- too much mileage- so I got a new pair and still had knee pain. It was fairly predictable- happened about 3-4 miles into my runs. So I purchased this compression wrap based on the reviews and I was able to run 10 miles this morning with zero knee pain. It's amazing actually. Some advice about use though... I watched the youtube videos about proper placement and thought I had it right, but about 4 miles into my run, my knee started getting slightly sore and I began to worry. I stopped and adjusted the band a little closer to the top of knee, and that seemed to do the trick for me. So be prepared for some adjustments as you get used to where you individually need to place it. Other than that, I cannot believe I am sitting here right now with zero pain after a 10 mile run! I am confident that I will be able to tackle my half marathon next weekend and that I won't be limping across the finish line! Get one! 5Happy ending thanks to this great productI ran a 2015 NYC marathon. I had hurt my IT band during my training and was afraid I wouldn't get to the finish line on my big day. On the 59th street bridge, at about mile 16, my IT band was hurting my knee so badly I thought I'd have to call an ambulance. I had this band available in my running pouch, so I put it on really tightly and tried to at least walk to the end of the bridge. To my surprise, the pain slowly almost completely disappeared and I ran all the way to the end. Happy ending thanks to this great product. 5
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