One of the best ways to keep the elbows in peak physical condition following injury or after long-term usage is wearing elbow braces depending on the situation and physical condition. Using an elbow brace is essential particularly when playing your favorite sports especially when there is mild soreness involved. A good-quality elbow brace is especially useful for sports such as tennis, basketball, volleyball, and other sports that require consistent overhead action. The proper brace is also a critical part of a successful physical therapy regimen.
Elastic braces, in particular, are best for epicondylitis—specifically golfer's elbow and tennis elbow. We at BraceAbility offer a wide range of elastic elbow braces and elastic elbow supports to help treat both types of epicondylitis as well as other elbow disorders and conditions.
Lateral epicondylitis, better known as tennis elbow, is a condition wherein the outer part of the elbow becomes sore and tender. Tennis elbow is an overuse injury that can be caused by racquet sports such as tennis (hence the name), badminton, squash, racquetball, etc. Patients suffering from tennis elbow feel acute pain in the affected part when the arm is extended. There are several options available when it comes to treatment for tennis elbow, such as taking medication—specifically non-steroidal/anti-inflammatory drugs—and even surgery for the most persistent cases. However, the cheapest, simplest, and most effective treatment is the use of an elastic brace, specifically an elastic elbow support or an elastic elbow brace.
Elastic bands and elastic supports mainly help reduce pain in the afflicted area, which allow people suffering from lateral epicondylitis to return to their sports or other physical activity.
Medial epicondylitis or golfer's elbow is an inflammatory condition of the medial epicondyle. Golfer's elbow, just like lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow, is an overuse injury. Golf, as its name suggests, is one of the many causes of golfer's elbow, the others being racquet sports, throwing sports, weight training, and even activities that involve repetitive wrist, hand, or arm movements such as hammering and chopping wood. Left untreated, golfer's elbow may cause chronic elbow pain, limited range of motion in the afflicted area, and a lasting and fixed bend (contracture) in the elbow.
The treatment for golfer's elbow may include anti-inflammatory medications, cortisone or steroidal injections, and stretching exercises. One of the most effective solutions, however, is wearing an elastic elbow brace or elastic elbow sleeve. An elastic brace helps reduce strain at the elbow epicondyle and limits pain provocation as well as protects against further damage even while you continue playing your chosen sport.
We at BraceAbility have a selection of only the best-quality elastic elbow braces from the top manufacturers. Our elastic elbow supports are not only designed to help treat tennis elbow and golfer's elbow but also a host of other elbow conditions such as tendonitis, arthritis, elbow sprains and strains, tendomyopathy, overuse, and various sports injuries.
Elastic braces are designed to bring immediate comfort for your elbows or shins. They increase blood flow to the injured area, giving a wide range of benefits in just a few minutes. This elastic elbow support is indicated for tendonitis and arthritis as well as for improved performance for sports and other activities.
Dual tension elbow supports are made of a powerful and pain-relieving elastic that works horizontally and vertically. This elastic support provides constant pain relief and targeted compression for maximal healing benefits. Suitable for prevention, treatment, and surgical recovery from a variety of medical conditions. Some of the features of this brace include the following: a circular knitted construction for seamless wear with no irritation, a splint-free design for maximum mobility and use at any activity, and compression class II for exceptional health benefits.
BraceAbility offers a variety of elastic braces and elastic supports for various elbow conditions and injuries, depending on your needs. Not sure what elastic elbow support you require? No problem. Our customer service representatives are here to help. Please call us at (866) 712.7808.
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