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Looking to Get Rid of Knee Pain?

You're in the right place. We know how distressing knee pain can be. That's why we're giving you the best, science-backed information on knee pain. So you can take control of your knee pain journey, today.


Learn about the pros and cons of various medical interventions for knee pain.


Discover how simple home remedies can make a world of difference.


Gain insight into the healing process behind your knee recovery.


Explore common conditions behind knee pain and what might be causing yours.

3 Steps to Solve Knee Pain

Identify the cause

Consider your options

Apply treatment


Is it an acute injury or chronic condition? What are your symptoms? How severe is it?


Identifying the cause of your knee pain will help you select the right treatments.


Many people rush into injections and surgery, or are over-reliant on painkillers. 


But home remedies may be just as effective while being less risky and costly.


Weigh the pros and cons of each option carefully before making a decision.


Cold & heat therapy are easy, effective and accessible treatments for knee pain.

Doctor and Patient

Common Mistakes of Knee Pain Treatment

People often neglect home remedies that can be highly effective, yet less risky and less expensive. They also fail to consider the various drawbacks of medical interventions.

No matter your knee condition, the right home remedies can greatly help your recovery and rehabilitation. Cold, heat and massage are all highly effective for treating knee conditions.

Painkillers may seem like an easy fix for knee pain. However, these have various side effects ranging from mild to severe, and the risks increase with long-term use.

Many people rush back into sports after getting treated. However, recovery is a long and difficult journey. Without proper rehabilitation, you can easily reinjure yourself.

How HeatPulse & Thermosleeve Can Help


Heat & Massage

  • For stiffness, tightness, and range of motion

  • For older injuries 

  • Encourages healing


Ice & Compression

  • For pain, swelling, and inflammation

  • First 72h after injury / flare-up of old injury

  • Provides relief


Knee Massager


Cold Compression Sleeve

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