Running After a Knee Arthroscopy



Knee arthroscopy is done to diagnose problems in your knee joint such as torn meniscus, misalogned patella and torn ligaments. 

During the surgical procedure, your surgeon makes an incision in your knee and insert an arthroscope - a small camera - into your knee, allowing them to view the inside of the joint on a screen.

This allows them to see any problems within the joint. There are limited risks and a relatively short recovery time.

A good knee brace to use after knee arthroscopy is the GenuTrain S, which is a hinged knee support that provides extra stability.

Bauerfeind’s high-quality supports or braces with medical-grade compression is designed to provide pain relief and stability. Our knit material and special viscoelastic cushioned pads make for a comfortable brace to complement your recovery process.  




    Bauerfeind Genutrain knee brace for pain relief post knee arthroscopy

    GenuTrain Knee Brace

    An award-winning knee brace that provides targeted support for pain relief and stabilisation of the knee.

    $149.95 - Buy Here 

    If your knee is weak, swollen, painful or recovering from an injury, the Bauerfeind GenuTrain knee brace will help provide you with relief and stability.

    • Soft hollow of the knee for enhanced wearing comfort
    • Three-dimensional active knit for an ideal fit and optimal neuromuscular joint stabilization
    • Meniscus wings to help relieve meniscus pain
    • Hoffa pads provide pressure relief

    Bauerfeind GenuTrain P3 knee brace for running after a knee arthroscopy

    GenuTrain P3 Knee Brace

    An advanced knee brace for pain and misalignment of the kneecap, often caused by injury related to sports

    $239.95 - Buy Here 

    The GenuTrain P3 is ideal for pain caused by misalignment of the kneecap (patellar lateralisation), femoropatellar pain syndrome (anterior knee pain), ACL and MCL injury or pain associated with patellar tip syndrome. Unique 3D weave is breathable, moisture wicking and provides all day comfort.

    • Corrective guide
    • Corrective strap
    • Ring-shaped soft pad 
    • Wedge-shaped Hoffa soft pads

    Bauerfeind GenuTrain S Hinged knee brace for chronic pain for running after a knee arthroscopy

    GenuTrain S Hinged Knee Brace

    An active knee brace designed especially for active seniors who need support of complex, chronic arthritic knee pain.

    $289.95 - Buy Here 

    The hinged knee brace was engineered using Bauerfeind’s gradient compression, lateral joint splints and a viscoelastic pad to provide active protection of the knee.

    The joint splints guide the knee, providing lateral movement support while keeping the area stable. This improves sensorimotor function for maximum movement control.

    • Three-dimensional fabric
    • Adjustable straps
    • Joint side bars
    • Viscoelastic pads 

    Bauerfeind GenuPoint knee strap for relief for patella tendon pain while running after a knee arthroscopy. In a colour combination of blue and gray, is wore on a right knee. With the logo of Bauerfeind that is consider as one of their best knee braces and supports for Knee Arthroscopy.

    GenuPoint Knee Strap

    A knee strap that provides targeted relief for the patella tendon.

    $69.05 - Buy Here 

    Bauerfeind’s GenuPoint relieves the excess strain on the patellar tendon below the kneecap, helps to ease pain in the front knee, and counteracts the noticeable effects of restricted mobility.

    • Velcro strap and be tightened for adjustable compression
    • Anatomically shaped for a secure fit and freedom of movement
    • 3D airknit technology provides breathable, moisture-wicking comfort



    Depending on the level and severity of the procedure and its results, it is best to rest your knee afterwards. Especially during the first week, limit walking and standing as much as possible.




    • Regularly apply ice packs in the first few days to the affected area to help reduce swelling and pain.

    • Stretching and strengthening exercises, especially for your quadriceps muscles. Your doctor can recommend a physical therapist to teach you what to do.

    • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications and analgesic may be helpful.

    • Severe or persistent pain should be investigated by your doctor.

    Play it safe: Consult a doctor if you experience unusually intense and persistent pain.