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, 68% reported reduced stiffness. 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.
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.
Dear Sirs, I am emailing to let you know that I have been very pleased with the results of the Kneease device I purchased from you a couple of months ago. It certainly lessened my knee pain for a few hours and whilst it didnt disappear (which I did not expect it to do), it was a lot more manageable. I have been recommending it to various friends who might purchase one of the devices for themselves. I mentioned it to my doctor who had never heard of it but says that he thought it seems to be like a tens machine but on a smaller scale made especially for the knee. He was glad that it was helping me. Using it for ten minutes, three times a day is not at all burdensome and very easy to use. I have even used it in the middle of the night if I have woken up in pain. I am trying to keep off painkillers and unfortunately, certain painkillers give me a bad reaction - Ibuprofen and Cocodamol. Yours sincerely Mary Clark
Linda Molloy, Wareham
Kneease helps with my knee pain, recommended.
Joseph Remsar, London
I have been practicing Karate for many years. I am 56 years old, and I started when I was 14. A black belt second dan grade now.I was in the dojo almost every day training hard. These days, my knees are killing me, especially the right one, my kicking leg. Arthritis suspected to be caused, but karate could have contributed. This is what in the Martial Arts world we call 'The Collapsing Knee Syndrome.' There are not a clear way to deal with. Some people just stops using the legs, another try anti-inflammatories. When people experience pain, they usually visit a physiotherapist. Sometimes surgery is needed if the bones are twisted. In my case, corrective exercises helped, but I was looking for something that would increase my chances of recovery and take away the pain, so I found your device. First I have to say: it works for me. I have been using the device twice a day; even when the pain was already gone. I can do my katas normally without knee pain at the end. Some points: 1) The battery problem. A regular alkaline battery works just per a week - I am using now Panasonic NiMH Rechargeable Batteries. Suggestion: put a USB rechargeable lithium battery inside. Users will love it. 2) Timer: I would recommend finding a way to measure and control the usage time of the device. A mechanical or digital way, like a Kitchen Timer. Maybe even an App. It will be a lot easier for the users follow the ten mins suggested treatment time. I hope my comments can contribute to your ongoing work. Many thanks Joseph
Hello Knee ease Team, I have just purchased one of these, and put it on whilst sitting at the computer, after a sleep free night. I am totally surprised, that after the first 10 minutes, I have some pain relief, and some extra movement, in a seriously arthritic knee. I declined any pain relief last week - so far , so good! Surprised and glad I gave this a try. A little expensive but may prove worth it and non invasive. Many thanks. Sophie.
Val Kerton, Barry
Hello I have two very painful knees (currently I'm between having physio and seeing a consultant for further treatment). I've tried everything, from copper insoles to food supplements, tens machines, gels, you name it and I've almost certainly tried it. I've also had cortisone injections, and probably most prescription painkillers, none of which work unless - I imagine - I take vast quantities of them, which I'm not prepared to do. I bought a Kneeease, and very soon after bought another one for the other knee, plus rechargeable batteries. This is the only device which has ever had any effect on the pain. It doesn't last long, but it has taken the edge off the pain if only temporarily, and for that I am very grateful. If I have been sitting watching television for several hours, to then stand up the pain would be excruciating - if I use the Kneeease first it is only very painful. Believe me, this is such a benefit. If only I could use one continuously! I am so glad I bought these. Best wishes,
Kneease is manufactured by chromatophilic, 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.