Elbow Ice Wrap & Heat Pad Brace with 2 Cold / Hot Gel Packs

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One of the best home remedies for tennis elbow and other sources of elbow pain is simply to apply ice and/or heat to the joint. And while a bag of frozen peas can work quite handily as an elbow cold pack, this may not be the best method when tennis elbow treatment directs regular ice or heat therapy, not to mention the elbow can be a tricky area to ice or heat. This elbow wrap for tendonitis with two ice packs for hot or cold therapy simplifies the process.
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Best Wrap for Tennis Elbow Treatment

Utilizing an elbow ice wrap and/or an elbow heating pad is a common step for healing tennis elbow and many other injuries. Doing so can ease pain, swelling and stiffness, making it a great way to treat tennis elbow at home.

This wrap for tennis elbow with ice/heat packs holds them to the sore area, allowing one to be more mobile while engaging in ice or heat therapy. The wrap also ensures that the ice pack for elbow pain relief does not slip out of position.

Two elbow ice packs come with the elbow pain wrap, which means one does not have to wait for a gel pack to refreeze before using it again. This also enables one to easily shift between cold and heat therapy for tennis elbow treatment, if needed.

The wrap for tennis elbow also applies customized compression to the sore joint, which can help relieve pain and encourage healing. Straps both below and above the elbow joint make it easy to adjust this.

The wrap itself is ergonomically designed and it is constructed of a foam laminate that is breathable and soft. A pocket holds the heat/ice packs for the elbow in place. Contact closures make it quick and easy to secure the elbow ice sleeve.

Each ice or heating pad for the elbow is 2 inches wide and 11 inches long, providing more than enough coverage in most instances.

The open elbow area of the tennis elbow heat/ice wrap improves its flexibility.

Home Remedies for Tennis Elbow

Elbow tendonitis refers to painful inflammation of the tendons in the elbow vicinity, often due to them being overworked by repetitive motions of the wrist and/or arm. When the tendons of the forearm muscles hurt where they attach to the bony bump on the outside of the elbow (and possibly down the arm), this is known as lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow.

While this might stem from playing tennis, many hobbies, jobs and other athletic activities can irritate this area of the arm. In fact, one of the most common culprits is heavy computer usage.

In many cases, what to do for tennis elbow pain amounts to conservative, self-care measures. Rest from irritating activities is one of the first and most important steps one can take. This prevents additional damage from occurring and allows healing to get underway.

Some also opt to use a tennis elbow brace or strap to reduce stress on the tendon.

Using ice for tennis elbow for 10 to 15 minutes multiple times throughout the day can help reduce inflammation and, thus, pain.

Once initial inflammation has subsided, one may also incorporate the use of heat for tennis elbow relief. Using an elbow heat wrap can improve blood flow to the injured tissue, which is great for promoting healing. Heat treatment for tennis elbow also relaxes tight forearm muscles and diminishes stiffness that might be limiting one’s range of motion.

The compression this heat/ice wrap for elbow pain applies also encourages blood flow, lowering inflammation and pain.

After an initial period of rest, careful exercise and stretching is an important component of recovering from the repetitive stress injury. If poor form or ergonomics are to blame for the development of tennis elbow, this should also be addressed to prevent a recurrence.

Massage is another effective tool for some when it comes to tennis elbow treatment.

If conservative methods fail to bring relief after six months to a year, surgery to remove damaged tissue may be considered. Afterward, this tennis elbow ice wrap may again prove useful for the recovery period. BraceAbility also offers a number of elbow braces for post-operative use.

Key Features of Elbow Ice Heat Wrap for Healing Tennis Elbow

Using a heat or ice pack for tennis elbow is a go-to treatment method for good reason. It is a simple, low-cost mode of treatment that is quite effective. And this cryotherm arm wrap makes applying elbow heat or ice wraps even easier. Following is a list of its features:

  • Ergonomic wrap has a pocket that holds an elbow pack for either hot or cold therapy
  • The heat/ice packs help for tennis elbow, elbow tendonitis, arthritis, strains, sprains and other sources of elbow pain
  • Elbow ice pack wraps can also be used after surgery or as part of a rehabilitation program
  • Comes with two heat/ice gel packs for the elbow for user convenience
  • Elbow heat pads can be reused
  • The heated elbow wrap also applies compression that helps lower painful inflammation
  • Elbow cold/heat wrap is constructed of soft foam laminate that is breathable
  • Contact closures allow one to customize the fit of the heat/ice sleeve for elbow pain and make application and removal easy
  • Cutout over the elbow area makes the hot or cold elbow wrap more flexible

Sizing Chart

SizeUniversal (One Size Fits Most)
Circumference in inches Up to 18"
Measurement taken at the circumference of the bicep

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