More commonly known as “golfers's elbow,” is a painful condition involving the tendons that attach to the bone on the inside (medial) part of the elbow. The tendons that attach the muscle to the bone develop tiny micro tears.
Overuse. Both non-work and work-related. Repetitive gripping and grasping activities such as meat cutting, plumbing, painting, auto-mechanic work, keyboard or mouse work etc. Although less common, a direct blow to the elbow can make the elbow more susceptible to an overuse injury.
When you touch it, make a fist, holding something, carrying a package or a baby… pain is produced by any activity which places stress on the tendon, such as gripping or lifting.
A brace/clasp worn over the muscle of the forearm just below the elbow, can reduce the tension on the torn tendons pulling on the bone. Prevents further damage and allows damaged tissue to heal.
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The PUSH Sports Tennis Elbow Brace is a highly effective solution for individuals experiencing medial or lateral epicondylitis (Tennis or Golfer's Elbow) and cubital tunnel syndrome.
This brace features a gel pad that absorbs shock to the tendon and directs pressure away from the injured tendon attachment point, providing relief and support to those experiencing pain and discomfort in the elbow.
The PUSH Sports Tennis Elbow Brace has a very low profile, with little bulk, ensuring a comfortable and natural fit. The breathable, quick-dry material ensures all-day wear, and the brace is machine washable for easy maintenance.
Invest in the PUSH Sports Tennis Elbow Brace for a reliable and effective solution to medial or lateral epicondylitis and cubital tunnel syndrome. With its shock-absorbing gel pad and comfortable, low-profile design, this brace will provide the relief and support you need to get back to your daily activities without discomfort.
The Epiflex/ 4801N is a traditional design elbow strap designed to relieve pain caused by medial or lateral epicondylitis (golfer's or tennis elbow).
The semi-rigid construction of Epiflex/ 4801N is pre-formed to distribute strap pressure, providing support and relief to those experiencing elbow pain. The pressure point pad is strategically placed to relieve irritated tendon insertions, and the thermoprene liner increases comfort.
This strap is adjustable for medial or lateral placement and can be used on either the right or left arm, making it a versatile choice for individuals experiencing elbow pain.
If you're suffering from medial or lateral epicondylitis and seeking a reliable solution to alleviate your pain, invest in Epiflex/ 4801N. Its traditional design and targeted pressure point pad will provide the support and relief you need to get back to your daily activities without discomfort.
The BandIt is a revolutionary device designed to provide relief for medial epicondylitis and lateral epicondylitis.
Utilizing Anatomically Focused Dynamic Compression®, this unique device stimulates the body's natural healing process, increasing blood flow and oxygen, reducing inflammation and pain, and facilitating active decompression of soft tissue irritation.
The BandIt is highly effective in relieving pain commonly associated with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tendonitis, Golfers Elbow, and Tennis Elbow. It is a superior aid for a wide range of activities, including tennis, golf, weightlifting, bowling, racquetball, and the use of keyboards, which result in Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSIs). Unlike most generic products, the BandIt doesn't hamper movement or cause uncomfortable swelling, and it may be worn for long periods with complete comfort.
The ProBand BandIT is a simple and effective device that works in a completely new and unique manner. If you're suffering from any condition that results in pain and inflammation, the BandIt is the perfect choice for you.
The Orliman Epitec Fix Epicondylitis Armband is the perfect solution for anyone suffering from medial or lateral epicondylitis.
This device is designed to prevent sporting and work-related injuries, and it is highly effective in treating epicondylitis (tennis elbow/elbow tendonitis) and epitrocleitis (golfer's elbow).
The exterior of the armband is made with highly resistant cushioned materials, while the interior features a molded and shaped thermoplastic body with silicone points that adhere to the skin by applying pressure. This makes it easy to adjust with the closing and elastic bands, providing optimal support and comfort.
The Orliman Epitec Fix Epicondylitis Armband is a highly effective and easy-to-use device for those experiencing medial or lateral epicondylitis. Its molded and shaped thermoplastic body with silicone points and adjustable design make it an excellent choice for anyone seeking to alleviate discomfort and prevent further injury.
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The ulnar collateral ligament is a band of tissue that connects the inside of your upper arm to the inside of your forearm. This ligament helps to support and stabilize your arm when you perform a motion such as throwing a ball.
Medically known as medial epicondylitis is a painful condition involving the tendons that attach to the bone on the inside (medial) part of the elbow. The tendons that attach the muscle to the bone develop tiny micro tears.
Medically known as lateral epicondylitis is a painful condition involving the tendons that attach to the bone on the outside (lateral) part of the elbow. The tendons that attach the muscle to the bone develop tiny micro tears.
More commonly known as “tennis elbow,” is a painful condition involving the tendons that attach to the bone on the outside (lateral) part of the elbow. The tendons that attach the muscle to the bone develop tiny micro tears.
Involves pressure or stretching of the ulnar nerve (also known as the “funny bone” nerve), which can cause numbness or tingling in the ring and small fingers, pain in the forearm, and/or weakness in the hand. The ulnar nerve runs in a groove on the inner side of the elbow.
The ulnar nerve passes down the inside of the arm from the neck and then behind the elbow. Ulnar nerve entrapment is a condition where the ulnar nerve becomes physically trapped or pinched at the elbow or neck area, resulting in pain, numbness, or weakness.
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