Military & Veterans

Common Conditions

Total Knee Arthroplasty

Knee Ligament Reconstruction

Total Hip Arthroplasty

Patellar Tendon Medialization

Degenerative Arthritis

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Thigh Muscle Atrophy

Limitation of Motion

Supporting Our Military

INNOVATION TO ADDRESS CHALLENGES

BASIC TRAINING ATTRITION:

More than 25% of trainees experience injuries and injured soldiers are 3x more likely to be discharged.2

MILITARY FORCE READINESS:

Musculoskeletal injuries are the primary reason soldiers are unable to deploy, affecting force readiness and deployability.3

QUALITY OF CIVILIAN LIFE:

Approximately 1 in 3 Veterans with a service-connected disability reported that at some point it interfered with getting or holding a job.4

Simple as 1-2-3

Markings on the outside of the garment help ensure correct placement on quadriceps muscles.

Simply connect the controller to the conductive garment and begin treatment.

Convenient. Portable. Proven.

Kneehab is perfect for home use or for people on the go.

This convenient controller comfortably fits in your hand or in a holster on the garment, and the long-lasting battery is rechargeable.

Multipath™ Stimulation Technology delivers highly focused, accurately coordinated muscle contractions.

Large Gel Pad Advantage*

Eliminate the need for lead wires and the guesswork of properly placing electrodes.

Gel pads 4-times larger than 2”x2” electrodes provide better muscle coverage and improve patient comfort.8

Large gel pads provide better muscle coverage and recruitment.

Standard Electrodes

Clinically Proven to Improve Knee Stability & Strength1

In a clinical study, Kneehab patients significantly improved their knee stability during the first 90 days after surgery.

Kneehab patients regained lost quadriceps strength and surpassed knee extension strength of their uninjured leg within 12 weeks after surgery.

Economic Opportunities

$1,603

$2,562

$4,201

$75,000

Annual VA disability payment for a 10% rating due to knee pain from patellofemoral pain syndrome5

The high cost of missed basic training due to injury (7 days x $366.03). Daily training cost source: U.S. Air Force2

Average health care cost increase for TKR patients diagnosed with muscle atrophy/weakness prior to surgery6

Cost to recruit, screen, and initially train a single enlistee – drawn from an increasingly sedentary and less physically fit population2,7

Supporting Active Duty Military Service Members, their Families and Veterans

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