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These aren't anything fancy, but I had a lot of trouble with other brands because they were too tight on my skin, causing irritation. I really appreciate that these are adjustable and very breathable.
NOTE: My hyper-extension in my knees is mild. I wear one of these on each knee, and they're enough to help stabilize me during bad days, or workouts. And they provide padding for any stretching on the ground, to prevent too much pressure on my knee caps. Not sure if it'd be enough for more severe knee issues, though?
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Not a medical provider, but I'd suggest looking for a soft brace without metal hinges for once you start skating. I got one like this at Walgreen's the last time I tweaked my knee skating and even though it was a snug fit under my kneepads it worked OK.
I absolutely hear you. I started having back pains years ago, and it seems that there is no 100% cure. But I can make a couple of recommendations.
First, knee braces. I have a pair that are given great ratings for great reasons! They really help with lifting a bit of support for my lower back as well, so coming home is less painful. And combining it with ''workplace techniques, well I'm still with some pain but it isn't as frequent or hard as it use to be. Here is the pair I happily use:
Bracoo Knee Braces on Amazon
Second, I once went into a vape shop that sells herbs. I know this route isn't for everyone, but ''kratom'' or ''white borneo'' wosk immensly well. I'm also less stiff, stressed, and breathing easier along with not in much pain with my back with it. I can't say they are easy to find online, so if you are near a vape shop, I recommend trying it out.
Third: Chiropractic care if you don't already attend. I list this last because most people are already trying it. Don't give up if you do, your body needs the attention.
Finally, perhaps a back brace. I hear from co-workers they work great. But if you are working with children, it might be a bit bulky or hard to work with one, I don't know.
I hope something here helps but encourage you to not to give up on it and do what you can. But hopefully you can have work working with you or perhaps a position more suited for you.
Because of my back, I work as Fascility Support for my school which means I can step in with any age at anytime. But they try to keep my back in mind and not call on me for the babies or toddlers unless I am really needed. Even then, co-teachers work with me.
I would encourage you to communicate with people and see what they can do to bare with you.