Keep on moving with Mobilis
Soft orthopedic supports and braces help to stabilize and protect weak and injured body parts, restore mobility, as well as promote the healing of bones, tissues and muscles.
Mobilis provides relief and stability so you can stay active
Made from superior quality materials with features such as
- Adjustable elastic straps to provide the best fit,
- Silicone pads, breathable fabrics and an innovative 3D knit for a high level of comfort,
- Mild compression to reduce swelling and pain
- Massaging effect to improve healing
- Rigid elements for stability and more controlled movements
Filip, weightlifter and GenuActive user
“Before I started using Mobilis, I had no idea that I could get relief for my knee. Now that I wear GenuActive everyday, I feel such a difference while I’m training that I wouldn't exercise without it anymore.”
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These factors influence leg health
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