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The Energy Web ® and soft, comfortable neoprene wrap of the BFST ® Knee device are specially designed to conform to the shape of your knee. This ensures an even distribution of energy over the entire injured area . There are long, wide Velcro ® straps attached to the wrap that allow you to adjust it and achieve the perfect fit. You don't need to remove the wrap after treatment. Unplug the device and tighten the straps to use it as a light support brace for your knee. It also acts as a reminder of your injury so you don't accidentally overdo it and re-injure yourself.