November 01, 2017 – Knee pain can kill the joy of life by making patients unable to walk or carry out even the smallest of activities. Knee Adjustment Device (KAD) has been designed to offer relief to millions of knee pain patients around the world. Its makers have recently launched a campaign on the website Kickstarter to crowdfund the project.
The device has been designed to align the leg and adjust the joint of the knee, which can reduce strain on the ligaments, muscles and tendons and decrease the impact of Osteoarthritis. It is not a brace, but can work effectively on both legs and on the outside as well as the inside, to alleviate all kinds of pains and aches. It should not be worn while moving about and can be worn at the time of being seated.
The device is held together with a single hex head screw, and all the pieces can slide together easily to offer easy adjustments for the entire width and length of legs. It stabilizes the lower and upper leg areas and keeps the knee joint pressed to change the knee joints that are normally the most stressed due to body weight.
It can position the leg and knee in a more normal alignment, and increases space between the knee joint bones. The legs move better and a better gait is achieved. The amount of stress on the muscles, tendons and ligaments in the area surrounding the knee is equalized. There is reduced osteoarthritis, inflammation, irritation and bone on bone contact.
About Knee Adjustment Device (KAD):
The device has been created by Dean Cravens, who has been managing left knee pain since 1978, when a football injury in the high school left him with osteoarthritis, constant inflammation, bone on bone pain and without any cartilage. The makers have started a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.
For further information, visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/deancravens/knee-adjustment-device-kad-for-relief-of-knee-pain?ref=discovery
Knee Adjustment Device (KAD) is a device designed and created for providing relief from knee pain and its makers have launched a crowdfunding campaign for it on Kickstarter.