BioSkin Hinged Knee Skin (Product Review)

What is BioSkin?

BioSkin is a type of flexible material used in the construction of knee braces. It consists of layers of synthetic fibers that are attached together with adhesive tape or glue. The outermost layer is made up of a special polymer called polyurethane foam, which allows it to conform to the shape and contours of your body’s natural structure. The innermost layer contains a mixture of rubber and plastic fibers, which provide shock absorption properties. These materials allow the device to bend around your knees when needed, but not so much that they cause any damage.

The use of BioSkin is most commonly found in sports equipment such as basketball shoes, soccer cleats, hockey skates and running shoes. It can also be used in medical devices like knee supports for patients suffering from arthritis or other joint problems.

How does it work?

When you wear a knee brace, the BioSkin creates a tight seal against your skin. When you walk or run, the pressure on your joints causes the BioSkin to expand and contract. This expansion and contraction helps reduce friction between your skin and shoe soles. The compression also keeps your knees from buckling during high impact activities such as walking or running.

There are two types of BioSkins: elastic and rigid. The elastic BioSkins can stretch four to six times its original length. The rigid ones are more stable and do not stretch as far, but they can absorb up to 90 percent of the energy created from an impact. Both types are commonly used in knee braces for patients with weak or damaged ligaments.

Knee supports using the rigid type of BioSkin are less likely to slip when you are performing rigorous activities and it is also less constricting.

Placing an order

If you are experiencing pain or soreness in your knees, speak to your doctor about getting a knee brace. Be sure to tell them exactly how much running or walking you do on a daily basis. They may be able to recommend a specific brand and style of the brace that can help you. If you just want to try one out, speak to your local physician about renting a knee brace from their office.

You can always order a custom-fitted knee support online.

The price of a knee brace typically varies depending on the brand and type. In general, you can expect to pay between $100 and $200 for a top-quality brand. If you are unsure about the sizing, it’s best to go with a company that offers exchanges and returns.

Knee braces are an important part of keeping your knees safe and healthy. If you take care of the device, it can last for years. All you have to do is follow the manufacturer’s instructions on cleaning, storage and care. When choosing a knee brace, think about the activities you plan on doing as well as the level of support you need.

Always speak to your doctor or physician before making any changes to your activity level.

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BioSkin can be found at medical supply stores or online at sites like Amazon. They also have a full line of medical supplies.

The link to the knee brace used in this article can be found here.

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