With nearly three million sufferers in the UK every year, knee pain is a common condition usually caused by damage to the cartilage (osteoarthritis) or fibres running between shin bone and the kneecap (patella tendonitis). Over seven years in development and helping sufferers since 2010, Kneease uses patented low energy shockwave therapy (ESWT) to block pain, working to increase the blood flow to the area allowing the damaged fibres to heal in reduced time. NICE, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence includes ESWT in their NHS guidance for treating many tendon conditions. *
Kneease is safe, cost effective and easy to use. In clinical trials 98% of users reported pain relief, 84% reported faster healing. Press the button and you'll receive 10 minutes of treatment to help you manage your pain. Doctors recommend at least three treatments a day.
A 10 page, illustrated guide to knee pain to help you understand the condition and manage your pain.
Find out why most doctors mistreat the condition, why some people suffer and others don't and the science behind shockwave therapy.
Kneease uses low energy Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) to block the pain, a treatment approved by NICE.
Developed by an orthopaedic surgeon, Kneease is recommended by many doctors as the perfect home treatment for knee stiffness and pain.
If you are not completely satisfied we will refund your purchase in full, including all postage, with no questions asked.
"Kneease helps with the pain. I´ve recommended it to many of my friends. "
"John Niles, arthritis sufferer"
"I've found I get about one hour of pain relief from each treatment.."
"It takes away the pain and stiffness and really helps. "
Kneease is manufactured by Medical Technology Ltd, a licenced medical device manufacturer and the one of the UK's leading manufacturers of pain relief devices for the UK and US market. Our manufacturing base is in Southampton, with a head office in Guernsey.
Medical Technology works with a medical team of orthopaedic surgeons and community pharmacists to develop new methods of pain relief for many conditions.