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Braces for Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow also known as Lateral Epicondylitis is caused by overuse. Pain can be felt on the outside of the elbow and occasionally in the forearm or wrist. Tennis players are not the only ones susceptible to Tennis Elbow, any sport or activity with similar repetitive motions can trigger Tennis Elbow. A brace on the upper forearm with compression will help relieve symptoms of Tennis Elbow. Combining rest, a brace for tennis elbow, physical therapy and cold therapy is a good start on treating Tennis Elbow.

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    Aircast Pneumatic Armband

    Aircast Pneumatic Armband
    $17.99
    Our most popular brace for alleviating symptoms of tennis or golfer’s elbow.
  2. BandIT Elbow Band
    $17.99
    Provides temporary relief of pain due to tendonitis or tennis elbow
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    TriZone Tennis/Golf Support - Black

    DonJoy Performance Trizone Tennis/Golf Support
    $35.00
    Comfortably relieves pain from both tennis and golf elbow
  1. ProCare Tennis Elbow Support
    $17.99
    Combines soothing warmth of neoprene elbow sleeve with a counterforce strap that restricts full extension of muscles and tendons.
  2. HyperIce Utility PRO Ice Compression Wrap
    $75.00
    Take the HyperIce Utility ice compression wrap on-the-go to ice your ankle, wrists, elbows, and more caused by strains, sprains, bruises, or bumps.
  3. Aircast Elbow Cryo/Cuff w/Cooler
    $124.99

    The anatomic design of this CryoCuff offers complete coverage of the elbow area

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Tennis Elbow Braces and Supports
Lateral epicondylitis, commonly known as tennis elbow, is not limited to tennis players. The backhand swing in tennis can strain the muscles and tendons of the elbow in a way that leads to tennis elbow. But many other types of repetitive activities can also lead to tennis elbow: painting with a brush or roller, running a chain saw, and using many types of hand tools. Any activities that repeatedly stress the same forearm muscles can cause symptoms of tennis elbow, which include inflammation, soreness, or pain on the outside of the upper arm near the elbow. Good warm up exercises before repetitive activity is a good habit for preventing any injury, and wearing a brace can really help prevent tennis elbow.
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