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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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HINGED ELBOW SUPPORT
Neoprene
ELBOW SUPPORTS
 


  • Helps conservative treatment of elbow dislocations.
    Helps treat elbow fracture.
    Provides firm support and uniform compression to the elbow joint.
    Use the holes on the sides of the support to grasp and pull it on or take it off.
    Controlled range of motion with lateral adjustable hinge and medial dynamic hinge.
    Lateral adjustable hinge with flexion and extension limitation:
    Extension limit: 0°ĦB10°ĦB30°ĦB50°ĦB70°ĦB90°ĦB110°
    Flexion limit: 0°ĦB10°ĦB30°ĦB50°ĦB70°ĦB90°ĦB110°

    • Elbow dislocation
    • Ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction
    • Arthroplasty of the elbow
    • Total elbow replacement
    • Elbow fracture

    SIZING

    Measure around the elbow joint.

    S
    23.2 - 25.7cm (9 1/8 - 10 1/8" )
    M
    26.0 - 28.3cm (10 1/4 - 11 1/4" )
    L
    28.6 - 30.8cm (11 1/4 - 12 1/4" )
    XL
    31.3 - 33.3cm (12 1/4 - 13 1/4" )
    FIBER CONTENTS 70% Neoprene, 15% Nylon, 15%Cotton
    COLOR