Brett Favre, Brand Ambassador
Life in the NFL was tough on Brett Favre's body. He lives with muscle and joint soreness every day. Life outside of football can be tough for Brett too, that's why he chooses Copper Fit.
And millions of people have already benefited from Copper Fit, from extreme athletes to everyday people. When you experience the cycles of soreness, pain and long recovery periods, you are unable to perform at your best. Now there is a better way.
Get back into the game with Copper Fit.
PRO Series is our most advanced compression and support products designed for athletes, weekend warriors or anyone with an active lifestyle. Built tough to stand up to your most extreme training, but still comfortable enough for every day wear.
Features such as built-in kinesiology bands provide targeted compression and dynamic support for knees, ankles and elbows. Wicking technology helps keep you dry to help you perform at your best.
The Pro Series also includes a Back Support with hot/cold therapy to promote healing and reduce inflammation to support faster recovery.
Copper Fit gives you the support you need to succeed.
About Copper Fit
High-Quality Performance Fabric
We created our signature technology by infusing copper into the fibers of select, high-quality performance fabrics. Moisture wicking technology keeps you dry and helps prevent rashes and chafing.
Our compression technology provides specific, targeted support and is designed to help alleviate soreness and reduce recovery time, so you can get more out of every workout or any activity.
Copper ions bound to the fibers during manufacturing help reduce garment odors.
- Support muscle stiffness, soreness, and pain.
- Reduce recovery time of muscles.
- Improve circulation and oxygenation of working muscles.
- Help prevent against strain and fatigue by keeping muscles warm.
- Disclaimer: Compression garments are only effective when they are being worn and properly sized.
Get the Support You Need to Succeed
Copper Fit PRO SERIES is our most advanced compression and support series designed for athletes, weekend warriors or anyone with an active lifestyle seeking relief. PRO SERIES products are designed to provide extra support while helping to reduce muscle soreness and pain. Copper Fit PRO SERIES is built tough to stand up to your most extreme training, but still comfortable enough for everyday wear.
How Does Copper Fit Work?
The compression sleeves help reduce the recovery time of muscles and supports improved circulation and oxygenation of working muscles. Copper Fit provides support for muscle stiffness, soreness and pain. All Copper Fit products are made of high-quality performance fabrics with copper ions bound to the fibers level during manufacturing to reduce odor. Moisture wicking technology helps prevent chafing and rashes.
How Quickly Will I Feel the Benefits?
Many people report feeling immediate relief when wearing Copper Fit. It is important to remember that the benefits of wearing your compression sleeve can only be felt when they are worn and sized properly.
When Should I Wear a Copper Fit Compression Sleeve?
Copper Fit compression sleeves can be worn anytime; while participating in physical activity or when completely at rest. Copper Fit compression sleeves offer the highest quality comfort fit, making them ideal for extended wear. Many people benefit from wearing Copper Fit all day long, underneath their clothes.
How do I determine sizing?
Measure the circumference of your thigh, approximately 5" above the center of your knee. You may need to adjust the sleeve a few inches up or down to get the desired compression and comfort.
M: 15.5" - 16.5"
L: 17" - 19"
XL: 19.5" - 21"
XXL: 21.5" - 23"
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Tips 1:How to Ease Knee Pain
The cartilage in your knees can naturally wear down as you age, causing osteoarthritis. The accompanying knee pain can make simple tasks like walking and climbing stairs painful. Medications — such as anti-inflammatories, intra-articular steroids, and hyaluronate injections — are often prescribed to treat osteoarthritis knee pain. However, natural remedies can also help provide knee pain relief either on their own or in combination with conventional treatments, says William Martin, MD, a rheumatologist at UCLA Health in Los Angeles. Try these 12 tips to help relieve knee pain — just be sure to talk to your doctor before you test them out.
Tips 2:Weight Loss
“Every pound you lose is less stress on your knee joints,” Dr. Martin says. On level ground, every step you take puts pressure on your knees equal to 1½ times your body weight, according to Harvard Medical School. Add stairs, and the pressure on your knees increases to double or triple your body weight. That’s why it’s important lose weight if you’re overweight, and to maintain your weight at a healthy level once you get there. Losing weight also makes it easier to be active, and staying active is better for your knee joints than sitting still, Martin notes.
People with osteoarthritis of the knee often shy away from exercise because it can hurt, Martin says, “but being fit aerobically and maintaining muscle strength is very important to avoid muscle atrophy that can make symptoms worse.” The Arthritis Foundation recommends mini-squats as well as quad and hamstring stretches to help keep your knees strong. Start slowly and build up the number of reps you do. You can also work with a physical therapist to tailor exercises to your condition, suggests William Behrns, PT, DPT, a physical therapist at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. A study of 58 adults with knee osteoarthritis found that a targeted strengthening program improved quadriceps strength, important for supporting the knee. Results appeared in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders in January 2016.
Tips 4:A Healthy Diet
Osteoarthritis also involves inflammation of knee joints, “so it seems prudent for people to eat a diet that reduces inflammatory markers,” says Kim Larson, RDN, a board-certified specialist in sports dietetics, founder of Total Health, a nutrition consulting company, and a spokeswoman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Choose a variety of fruits and vegetables because they’re high in phytonutrients, including inflammation-fighting antioxidants such as vitamins C, D, E and selenium. They’re also low in calories, so a diet favoring them helps you lose weight, Larson says. Add cold-water fatty fish, such as salmon, tuna, mackerel and herring, to the menu. They’re high in omega-3 fatty acids, also known to have anti-inflammatory properties.
Gentle progressive stretching can improve blood flow and flexibility to stiff joints, says Shawn Talbott, PhD, CNS, LDN, author of Natural Solutions for Pain-Free Living. “Improving blood flow helps flush the joint and surrounding tissues with the delivery of oxygen and nutrients and removal of breakdown products,” he says. In addition, gentle movement that takes you through a range of motion, such as the practice of tai chi, may help, according to the Arthritis Foundation. Tai chi also makes the list of the American College of Rheumatology recommendations for managing knee arthritis.
Tips 6:Ice and Heat Therapy
“Ice is mother nature’s anti-inflammatory,” says Darwin Chen, MD, an orthopedic surgeon specializing in joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee and an assistant professor of orthopedics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. “Ice can be good at the end of a long day if your knee becomes inflamed,” he says, adding that heat is good for warming up your knee in preparation for an activity. Never apply ice directly to your skin; place a towel between your skin surface and the ice source to protect it.
Tips 7:Topical Therapies
If you don’t tolerate oral NSAIDs well, you might want to ask your doctor about using a topical cream or gel form, and applying it to your knees where it’s absorbed through the skin. Unlike a fast-acting pill, it may take a few days before you feel any effect, according to Arthritis Research UK. Another topical option is capsaicin cream, made from the active ingredient in hot peppers. The cream can help change the way you perceive pain and may help provide relief. If these remedies are not enough to relieve your osteoarthritis knee pain, be sure to talk to your doctor, as you may require a change in your prescribed treatment plan.
Some people with osteoarthritis respond to acupuncture, especially those with arthritis of the knee or spine, according to the Arthritis Foundation. It’s also one of the non-drug approaches recommended by the American College of Rheumatology. Acupuncture combined with moxibustion, a technique that involves burning the herb mugwort close to the skin, is the main course of Chinese medical treatment for osteoarthritis, says Ming Jin, PhD, an acupuncturist and founder of the Ming Qi Natural Healthcare Center in New York City. Moxibustion can be as effective as oral medications for treating knee arthritis, according to a study published in Medicine in February 2016. Your treatment should be tailored to your disease stage and may include acupuncture, acupressure, and moxibustion, Jin notes.
Tips 9:Physical Therapy
Physical therapy can help you maintain flexibility, strength, and knee function, and also help you learn how to better manage your arthritis, Behrns says. A physical therapist can outline a program of strengthening exercises you can do at home. He or she can show you how and when to properly apply ice and heat to your knees and guide you in choosing and using assistive devices, such as a cane, walker, and braces to help ease pain while improving mobility. The number of sessions you’ll need depends on your level of function, Behrns says.
Tips 10:Occupational Therapy
An occupational therapist can suggest ways to minimize stress on your knees as you go about your daily routine, says Jane McCabe, MS, OTR/L, an occupational therapist in Orange County, California. Strategies learned through occupational therapy might be as simple as always sitting in a chair that has arms, which you can push off from when you go from sitting to standing. McCabe often recommends that her patients wrap their knees with kinesiology tape. Taping can reduce pressure on the soft tissue around the knee that is inflamed and causing pain, according to The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Tips 11:Massage Therapy
Massage therapy can help reduce knee pain — at least in the short-term, according to a research review published in the Journal of Physiotherapy in July 2015. Another study, published in 2014 in the Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, found that massage helped provide relief when combined with an exercise program. It’s not clear how massage helps, but one theory is that it lowers production of a neurotransmitter (substance P) that is linked to pain, according to the Arthritis Foundation. Because it simply feels good, massage can also help relieve stress, which, in turn, can relieve osteoarthritis knee pain and even help you sleep better, the foundation adds.
Tips 12:Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
This type of high-frequency electrical stimulation through the skin can help reduce osteoarthritis knee pain, Behrns says. It works by helping to strengthen the quadriceps muscles that support the knee, according to the Arthritis Foundation. TENS machines, which are available for the home, send pulses to your nerve endings through pads that you place on your skin. The treatment is also offered by physiotherapists in healthcare facilities. As with all natural remedies for knee pain, not everyone will benefit, according to Arthritis Research UK.
A number of supplements have been shown to help reduce inflammation and rebuild joint cartilage, Talbott says. Some, including curcumin (found in the spice turmeric), willow bark, and ginger, have been shown to reduce knee pain in people with osteoarthritis, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. SAM-e is believed to both stimulate cartilage growth and reduce pain perception, according to the Arthritis Foundation. Glucosamine and chondroitin, alone or in combination, help some people with knee pain, but studies over the years have shown they don’t work for everyone and their benefits are modest at best. Since some supplements interfere with other medications, be sure to talk to your doctor before starting a supplement regimen
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