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Baker's Cyst, also called popliteal cyst, is a fluid-filled cyst behind the knee. A Baker's cyst is usually the result of knee-joint conditions, such as arthritis or torn cartilage, that cause the knee to produce too much lubricating fluid. Symptoms, when they occur, may include a bulge and tight feeling behind the knee. Treatment, if needed, involves treating the underlying condition. Other options include a cortisone injection, fluid drainage with a needle, or physical therapy.
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Mueller Adustable Hinged Knee Brace
Mueller Adustable Hinged Knee Brace - self-adjusting Knee Brace helps protect the knee by providing maximum medial and lateral support. Perfect for use during sports and other physical activities. neoprene blend helps maintain body heat to help relieve pain, support healing and keep your knee flexible.


Features
  • Open back eliminates bunching.
  • Side hinge pockets help ensure hinge is in the correct position for your knee size.

Ambidextrous
: Can be used on either knee.

Size: One Size Fits Most


Color: Black

Quantity: 1

Manufacturer: Mueller

Material: Latex, Neoprene

Indications: Provides medial lateral support

Cleaning & Care : Hand wash cold water if necessary, spot clean routinely.

*Contains Natural Rubber Latex*
   
 
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