Elbow Supports for Elbow Pain and Injuries

Elbow injuries are commonly caused by a fall, impact or overuse. Elbow pain can be felt if you have hyperextended your elbow, are developing arthritis, developed an overuse injury like tennis elbow or golfers elbow. Using an elbow brace after you have sustained an injury is ideal for supporting your joint and providing compression. Combine cold therapy elbow wraps with an elbow support as you recover from your elbow injury. Need help selecting an elbow brace? Use our Brace Advisor for recommendations based on your activity, your current elbow injury or what elbow injury you want to prevent.

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When Should You Support Your Elbow or Arm with a Brace/Sleeve?

One of the most common causes of elbow injuries is from overuse or repetitive use. The result is typically tendonitis in the elbow which is an inflammation of the muscles and tendons that connect to your elbow joint. You may feel a lot of pain or discomfort in your elbow, forearm and even have weakness in your grip. People that play sports like tennis or golf or have jobs that involve a lot of grip strength and repetitive motion are more susceptible to hurting their elbow. By wearing a brace or arm sleeve, you will be applying compression to the area to help relieve pain. An elbow brace will also help support your joint and reduce the amount of strain on your elbow.

You can learn more about your elbow injury or ways to treat and reduce elbow pain in our "injury info center for elbow injuries. You'll find specific information about different injuries, causes, symptoms and treatment options, tips for dealing with elbow strain, what to do if your elbow hurts and how you can return to the sports you enjoy after suffering through an elbow injury.