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ELBOW
Elbow joints include ulnohumeral, radiohumeral and superior radioulnar joints. Numerous ligaments surround the joint capsule. The elbow joint itself is a simple hinge joint, consisting of the humerus, ulna and radius. The humerus and ulna bone shaft form an angle, called the "carrying angle". Normal carrying range angle is about 10˘X to 15˘X, with a higher degree among females than males on average.
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ELBOW SUPPORT
Elastic
ELBOW SUPPORTS
 


  • Elasticized fiber construction for comfort, durability and flexibility.
  • Provides support and protection during activities which require extensive elbow motion.
  • Helps reduce pain from tendonitis and bursitis.
  • COOLMAX® fiber provides superior moisture wicking to keep your skin dry and comfortable.
  • Far-infrared rays provide therapeutic heat and improve blood circulation.

  • Insert hand into the support.
  • Pull to the elbow.

  • Weak elbow
  • Elbow strain/sprain

SIZING

Measure around the elbow joint.

S
23.2 - 26.0cm (9 1/8 - 10 1/4" )
M
26.0 - 31.1cm (10 1/4 - 12 1/4" )
L
31.1 - 37.5cm (12 1/4 - 14 3/4" )
XL
37.5 - 43.5cm (14 3/4 - 17 1/8")
FIBER CONTENTS 35% CoolMax®(Polyester), 35% Ceramic yarn, 20% Rubber, 10% Spandex
COLOR